Review: Pixie Ninja - 'Colours Out of Space' (released July 3, 2020)

I dug this Norwegian band's debut album 'Ultrasound' back in 2017. It was some truly original progressive music, full of crazy sound experimentation and deep atmospheres. But it was never aimless meandering. Everything had a purpose and a direction...the shifts and changes made sense, it was not just a random stitching together of ideas and improvisations (not that there's anything wrong with that!). Their newest album, 'Colours Out of Space' is just as brilliant. Although entirely instrumental, it's inspired by the works of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft. I always love a bit of good Lovecraftian music. For those who don't know, Lovecraft has been the inspiration of many a band and musician (n

Jeff Fitzgerald

is a writer, musician and broadcaster. He formerly hosted the radio shows

Electronic Realizations on CKMS-FM and Prog World and  River Gibbs FM. He wrote for 15 years for the webzine Aural Innovations. He is also one half of the space prog duo The Star Diaries, one half of the electronic music duo Systems of Wonder, and is part of the Arcturus Strange collective.

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