With a sound that can be as restless and insinuative as calm and serene, Homo Fractaliens has on the base of its sound the psychedelic rock of the seventies, although refined in a more progressive and experimental framework. With a magical guideline that anticipates the tranquility of the sound, that expands itself ominously to the mind of the listener, Cosmic Triggers has designed a thoroughly original musical style, that, besides paying a honorable tribute and homage to the period, really demonstrates, with confidence and competence, how to create on space rock the basic support for a wider experience on psychedelic experimentation.
Amazingly incredible from the very beginning until the end, Homo Fractaliens is a major psychedelic work, that not only propitiates graceful and joyful moments of serenity and relaxation, but also unravels the evolutionary road of genres capable of creating something entirely new, different and unexpected, if worked out right by exceedingly creative and audaciously experimental groups like Cosmic Triggers.
A terrific and formidable album, that deserves all possible compliments, Homo Fractaliens is so astonishingly good, vibrant and impeccable, that can even seduce and surprise audiences that aren’t used to or doesn’t like listening to these type of music. On this record, with several psychedelic rock subgenres arranged in a perfectly designed, symmetric and amalgamated sonorous coalition, Cosmic Triggers proved to be capable of developing something entirely new, in a major, marvelous, singular and profoundly peculiar musical diagram, that testifies for a fact that no obstacles will resist, when a higher creativity is working to create.