Listen to ‘Dirt’, the new album by Mud And Asphalt

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Psychedelic indie rock that will make us rethink our existence.

If you are someone who is constantly looking for new sounds and different things, we have something for you. We bring you a wounded, scratchy sound with protruding edges. If this intrigues you, let us introduce you to Mud And Asphalta French quartet from the city of RĂ©union.

Your album dirt It premiered on November 10 independently. It was recorded entirely within Moon Studio, following the band’s ideology: seeking to break the concept of indie and move away from repetitive rhythms. Its sound is a mix of a leading bass, an intimate voice full of vulnerabilities and disappointments, synthesizers that set the dark rhythm, and a hypnotic guitar that combines perfectly.

If progressive, psychedelic rhythms and unconventional progressions are your thing, we highly recommend having them on your radar. Don’t stop listening to the songs “Three Hundred Million” and “Tidal Wave”, since they are indisputable references of the album.

Go ahead play to the album because, throughout the 10 songs, you will realize that they all have a different personality and vibe.


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Christopher Johnson

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