ALBUM REVIEW: Yoo Doo Right – Don’t Think You Can Escape Your Purpose | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 21.05.21






Canadian band Yoo Doo Right – who take their name from a six-hour epic improv by German psych legends Can – are carving out their own intensely unique super sonic highway, powered by a motorik fuel of pounding percussive rhythms and Krautrock-inspired synth arpeggios swathed in mighty walls of shoegazing guitar noise.

This debut album follows on from a pair of well-received EP releases by the trio and last year’s split single with Japanese freak out specialists Acid Mothers Temple. These tracks are hugely expansive and envelope you unforgivingly in their reverberating spectrum, none more so than the title track and the soaring final opus Black Moth, which pays prog homage at some post-rock pagan, ethereal noise god altar.



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