The Devil And The Universe - :Endgame 69: (CD)
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The threatening sound of helicopter blades rotating, indistinguishable radio messages seeped in
static, and the strains of a far-eastern melody open the new album by TDATU. Once the beat of
the drums takes hold, you are reminded these sounds are being provided by the Viennese trio,
who take us 50 years down memory lane with : ENDGAME 69 :
Familiar electronic sounds, hard guitars and trance-evoking drums meet Indian and near-eastern
vocal stylings—exotic drum and string instruments with such delightful names as the Tambur,
Darabuka, Tablas, and Santurs. If, however, you think TDATU have now officially unearthed
their inner trippy-hippies, think again…
The term “Satanic Panic” first emerged back in the year 1969. Most probably as a reaction to
the radical social changes and crisis happening at the time. The occult worked its way into
mainstream pop and social culture with the Manson Family Murders and the “Church of Satan”
grabbing headlines. And also with “The Process” operating as a first ever public religious
organisation which addresses satanic content within scripture.
It has been a half a century since 1969 but the turbulence of those times can definitely be re-
flected in contemporary political and social climates. As with past recordings, Ashley Dayour,
David Pfister and Stefan Elsbacher travelled the continents to capture sounds only available
beyond the confines of a classic studio.
From the Californian Death Valley to the Hindu temples of Vietnamese jungles still ravaged
by the violence of last century Napalm devastation. Also a chance encounter with under-
ground filmmaker and magician Kenneth Anger leaves its trace on the new album.
Vocals are also provided by Christina Lessiak of the band „Crush“ for the track „Kali‘s Tongue“
and Medina Rekic of the band “White Miles” for the track „1969“.
The goal of TDATU’s newest offering is to combine the iconography of 1969 with various
musical genres such as Space Disco, Psychedelic Glam, Electro Pop, New Wave und Black
Metal to create the fever-like haze unmistakeably attributed to the vibe of the year 1969.
||Turn off, tune out, drop dead
||Dream Machine I
||Dream Machine II
||Satanic (don't) panic
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