April 13, 2014

In their short time together, Laddio Bolocko had four releases worth of psychedelic experiments that pushed the boundaries of rock music. Although, it is pretty difficult to refer to this band simply as a rock band, the elements are definitely present and incorporated seamlessly into other genres. African and Latin styles as well as Jazz are also present in their sound, sometimes employed in a way so subtle as providing a traditional rhythm and sometimes carrying the song. Regardless of whichever style suits your fancy, it's an interesting listen and is definitely worth checking out for anyone with eclectic tastes.

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