Their website reads "My Sleeping Karma combines the organic aspect of psychedelic groove rock with emotional shades of aphasian landscapes". This is just really good Space meets Stoner/Psychedelic groove rock of the highest order and with this, the third installment from My Sleeping Karma; the band have produced a Space Rocking album that is going to be hard to beat in the world of Cosmic, Progressive Stoner Rock.
My Sleeping Karma – Tri
“As with the previous album, guitar player Seppi seems to be the force behind the songs, his guitar approach is organic as well as multi-dimensionally progressive. Influences range from Ash Ra Tempel to King Crimson to early Hawkwind. This is clear on the albums opener “Brahama”. This song flirts with Heavy Prog Rock and more traditional infectious Stoner Rock sections while the following “Parvati” is an very ethereal interlude setting up the mood for the third track “Tamas” which sounds like a long-lost Hawkwind jam, its very spacey but also energetic. “Sattva” in turn uses layers of synths before heading into one the albums highlights in “Shiva”. The sonic experimentation crosses over many styles and sounds from early 70’s Space Rock to the modern post-rock styles used extensively by Neurosis, Isis and Mogwai.”
This release has been on heavy rotation on Fuzz FM Radio ever since its inception a couple months ago. My Sleeping Karma delivers a stellar space rock performance with many layers of psychedelic depth and philosophical purpose. There’s not a single track on this record that doesn’t live up to the others, making this an LP you can play cover to cover with ease.