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Download King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard Discography
The last self-produced King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard album was also their first all-instrumental release, an album that also took inspiration from an Australian theme. Against the backdrop of the Hamer Hall in Melbourne, Wizardwas a collaboration with producer Tucker Martine.
Since their inauguration in 2010, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have been one of the most ragged, unruly, and radical bands to cross over the widely-despised musical boundary that defines the third decade of the 21st Century. Instead of ceding to relative simplicity and conventional good taste, the group has carved out its own space, where theyre both comfortable and ever-evolving. A year after their debut, 2011s I’m In Your Mind Fuzz was released, the band struck gold with a colossal, sprawling, anti-shame punk masterpiece. Few other albums have shown off the diverse and inspired ideas a band can explore, let alone pushed the limits of psychedelic rock. That was only made even clearer with the release of 2013s Nonagon Infinity.
King Gizzard is not a band to sit still. They shifted to the predominantly electronic music they define as jazz rock – a term that befits those who could accurately play the kind of jazz music they admired – in 2014, after years working as a jazz fusion band. They even toyed with the idea of letting fans help them record an album under the guise of the Saints. Alas, the album never came to fruition, but the band stayed together, created more music and became a constant presence at festivals and shows, like this one we s playing here today at the Farm in Tarneit. (Note: At this point it is unknown what the correct spelling is for Tarneit.).
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