The Oscillation’s third album From Tomorrow is an attempt to find some kind of new mental and spiritual zones, away from the psychological effects of the modern urban landscape, and the curious emptiness of the digital social world that we are forced to inhabit. The introversion of these bleak and unsettling conditions are reflected back as music with all the ambiguous emotions of hope, despair, aggression, indolence and narcoleptic bliss. These are the preconditions for the sonic world presented on From Tomorrow. This is music that on one side has been chewed by the teeth of insanity and spat out into a strange landscape, whilst the other is basking in the warmth of a mysterious inner sun.  This state of affairs is mirrored by the cover artwork which was

Julian Hand. This dystopian psychobabble aside, it is perhaps fitting to reference the musical otherness of Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd, the absurdist punk attitude of The Stranglers (The Raven and Men In Black eras), the garage dementia of Helios Creed with the odd snarl of Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.


27-Sep UK Liverpool Liverpool Festival of Psychedlia

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