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About MechaniK

"Long time fruits de mer aficionados and the heads among you who love your headphonic experiences curdled in - shall we agree to say - a dense big bearded beatnik stew that looms and lurks like some ill begotten lovechild of a mountain meets godspeed bunk up will do well to hook up to Mechanik’s triptych of delights. A humungous 24 minute spectacle that veers into the fried freakbeat stoned interior of cranium pie and the earthling society, from the sedate shimmer toned purr of the spacey ’you yourself are the teacher and the guru’ as it buzzes and whirrs amid a psychotropic haze one suspects initiated by those dudes Seven that Spells or the hallucinogenic meditation of the lonesome drift of the achingly hollowed ’radian’ as translated to an almost comatose Spacemen 3 vibe to the colossal and epic void ventured on the opening ‘kwangmyongsong’. quite bloody out there and awesome if you ask me." - by Mark Barton (UK) ------------------- "If you missed out on Fruits de Mer Strange Fish, or didn’t opt for the whole set, Madrid’s Mechanik are making their contribution, and then some, from Strange Fish II available in 1s & 0s. Those first three cuts, previously showing shape on two earlier EPs, You Yourself Are The Teacher And The Guru and Velut Stella Splendida, were given a whole side of wax on Strange Fish. The vinyl debut hat trick of this form of Kwangmyongsong/Radian/You Yourself Are The Teacher And The Guru is a great introduction to Mechanik for those just now taking a peek under the hood, as those that got their poles in the water know. Mechanik can cover a lot of ground, and Strange Fish II certainly shows that. Though it’s representative, it’s by no means definitive. Not to be outdone by themselves on this offering or missing a chance to stretch, Mechanik throw a new challenger into the ring, the epic Most People Were Silent. An atmospheric rollout with a circular vibe rotating on/in its own elastic time, Most People Were Silent is broken with some brief spoken admonishments—and encouragement—that illuminate the door to the long, gradual diminishing end. In a nutshell, if anyone is counting anymore, you get that one side fleshed out to an full album’s length. On the Fruits de Mer release, Mechanik stood toe to toe with others putting their sound in not only good company, but interesting context. They do the same here, this time putting it to the test as well, against themselves." - by Mr. Atavist (USA) -------------------- "Velut Stella Splendida is the full course meal you’ve been waiting to savor. Space and krautheads alike will fully devour their plate, and even members of those camps that somehow feel the need to be mutually exclusive will end up sitting on each others’ laps, rather just pulling up a seat next to each other." – by Sunrise Ocean Bender (USA) -------------------- "...Strange Fish 2 is a double disc and like its predecessor is once again wonderfully varied in musical content and is worth the price of admission alone for side 4 which is a sprawling 25 minute plus epic by a band called Mechanik who originate from Spain. Everything is thrown into the melting pot here. I listened to this gargantuan masterpiece whilst motoring through driving rain in the black country (west midlands to you) and found the track utterly compelling from start to finish." - by A Box of Dreams (UK) http://mechanik.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/MechanikMusik
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Genres:
Kosmiche Music, Spacerock, Psychokraut, Experimental Band
Band Members:
Yul: Full Pervert Noize and Motions., Dário: Visions + Dreamz, Lete: Drums and Cymbal Blades., Klaus: K-Gitarre HaloVox., Tasio: Bass and PsychoDrones.

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Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

About MechaniK

"Long time fruits de mer aficionados and the heads among you who love your headphonic experiences curdled in - shall we agree to say - a dense big bearded beatnik stew that looms and lurks like some ill begotten lovechild of a mountain meets godspeed bunk up will do well to hook up to Mechanik’s triptych of delights. A humungous 24 minute spectacle that veers into the fried freakbeat stoned interior of cranium pie and the earthling society, from the sedate shimmer toned purr of the spacey ’you yourself are the teacher and the guru’ as it buzzes and whirrs amid a psychotropic haze one suspects initiated by those dudes Seven that Spells or the hallucinogenic meditation of the lonesome drift of the achingly hollowed ’radian’ as translated to an almost comatose Spacemen 3 vibe to the colossal and epic void ventured on the opening ‘kwangmyongsong’. quite bloody out there and awesome if you ask me." - by Mark Barton (UK) ------------------- "If you missed out on Fruits de Mer Strange Fish, or didn’t opt for the whole set, Madrid’s Mechanik are making their contribution, and then some, from Strange Fish II available in 1s & 0s. Those first three cuts, previously showing shape on two earlier EPs, You Yourself Are The Teacher And The Guru and Velut Stella Splendida, were given a whole side of wax on Strange Fish. The vinyl debut hat trick of this form of Kwangmyongsong/Radian/You Yourself Are The Teacher And The Guru is a great introduction to Mechanik for those just now taking a peek under the hood, as those that got their poles in the water know. Mechanik can cover a lot of ground, and Strange Fish II certainly shows that. Though it’s representative, it’s by no means definitive. Not to be outdone by themselves on this offering or missing a chance to stretch, Mechanik throw a new challenger into the ring, the epic Most People Were Silent. An atmospheric rollout with a circular vibe rotating on/in its own elastic time, Most People Were Silent is broken with some brief spoken admonishments—and encouragement—that illuminate the door to the long, gradual diminishing end. In a nutshell, if anyone is counting anymore, you get that one side fleshed out to an full album’s length. On the Fruits de Mer release, Mechanik stood toe to toe with others putting their sound in not only good company, but interesting context. They do the same here, this time putting it to the test as well, against themselves." - by Mr. Atavist (USA) -------------------- "Velut Stella Splendida is the full course meal you’ve been waiting to savor. Space and krautheads alike will fully devour their plate, and even members of those camps that somehow feel the need to be mutually exclusive will end up sitting on each others’ laps, rather just pulling up a seat next to each other." – by Sunrise Ocean Bender (USA) -------------------- "...Strange Fish 2 is a double disc and like its predecessor is once again wonderfully varied in musical content and is worth the price of admission alone for side 4 which is a sprawling 25 minute plus epic by a band called Mechanik who originate from Spain. Everything is thrown into the melting pot here. I listened to this gargantuan masterpiece whilst motoring through driving rain in the black country (west midlands to you) and found the track utterly compelling from start to finish." - by A Box of Dreams (UK) http://mechanik.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/MechanikMusik
Show More
Genres:
Kosmiche Music, Spacerock, Psychokraut, Experimental Band
Band Members:
Yul: Full Pervert Noize and Motions., Dário: Visions + Dreamz, Lete: Drums and Cymbal Blades., Klaus: K-Gitarre HaloVox., Tasio: Bass and PsychoDrones.

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