Been a hell of a run for Rosali this year, with two essential albums out already — one under her own name and the other as Monocot. She follows with a palate cleanser of guitar instrumentals and dessert psych bent excursions for Unifactor. The new release is heading up a new run of tapes alongside her Monocot bandmate Jayson Gerycz’ collab I mentioned yesterday. The first cut from Chokeweed is the sun-scorched “Modern-day Lizards.” Like her work in Monocot, the track (and most of Chokeweed) shows off Middleman’s prowess in harnessing tension and burning it into the mind with a creosote char. The song reflects the sun’s glare straight through the speakers, a hot, dusted slab of fried psychedelics that acts as a dirt bath for the mind. The new record is out August 20th from the Cleveland label.
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