2021 has been leaning into the psychedelic jazz vein hard, letting the cosmic cloud widen above us, coloring the skyline with a mixture of wonder and worry. The second album from Djinn embraces the creep towards the cloud, letting loose their first single that finds the Organic Music Society laying down in the same fields as the troupes of Vuh and Düül. They lace a coating of calm that slips through time — flashes of emerald toned soul-jazz are obscured by German Progressive plumes of ‘70s smoke. The band, which draws members from Goat and Hills, bring along the eclectic curiosity of their former homes without some of the scorched earth that often accompanies it. The new record, Transmission is out April 23rd from Rocket Recordings.
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