ANTA – The Tree That Bears The Equine Fruit

Something a little more laid back and trippy for y’all.  Here’s what the website says:

“Formed in the south west of England over many shifting, sporadic and frequently dormant line-ups, over several years, ANTA finally established themselves as a cohesive and active band in early 2010. With two sound engineers and two illustrators completing the line-up of drums, bass, synths and guitar, and featuring members of Rose Kemp and Geisha, ANTA began work on their debut self-produced instrumental monster-prog-rock album “The Tree That Bears The Equine Fruit” after a string of successful live shows.”

Had a listen through the 5 tracks up on the Bandcamp page and I have to say, I like this. The music seems to create space and atmosphere in a way only a very select few bands are able to do. One song will take you on a repetitive, psychedelic, beat driven electro trip (like a Zombi/Pink Floyd hybrid) while the next will weave a sadness that reminds me of Godspeed You! Black Emperor.

Highly recommended to fans of the more thoughtful and intimate side of rock music.

Check out the music at > BANDCAMP <

One Response to “ANTA – The Tree That Bears The Equine Fruit”

  1. They should be playing here in May.

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