Mega Bog Happy Together PDF
…”a spaced out wonderland where anything is possible and nothing is certain.”
Birgy’s vocals ooze over the synth as the track continues, creating free form poetry with a jazz-literate backing.
Happy Together, bubbles and abstractly teems without ever feeling excessive. Birgy flits through a sound that is both familiar and far-out.
With a cool mastery of the contralto voice once coarsely navigated by Nico and the speak-sing delivery of Laurie Anderson
…features just the right amount of saxification…plus nimble guitars and an elastic, unpredictable vocal that truly delights…
A jazzy experimental rock track – spacious, warm, and eerie, with brass, guitar, and vocal melodies weaving in the ether.
A long anticipated follow up to Mega Bog’s 2013 release Gone Banana this first fleeting glimpse of the curious and captivating magic in store on their second LP [Happy Together].
In less than two minutes, Mega Bog expresses the joy that can come from being yourself again.
“Fwee” makes literal Birgy’s observation that
‘Fweedom is certainly useful / Pouring love in a musical being.’
The song cracks open, allowing backmasked slivers of guitar and wriggling solos to flood out – a new tributary finding its path.
“192014” swarms with that cosmic curiosity. Its disembodied saxophones are straight out of the Black Lodge by way of Bowie’s Blackstar, weaving a jaunty path through an inviting yet disquieting haze.