A cool and audacious post rock with an elevating mixture of psychedelic rock, Pershagen presents on this album a stylistically efficient symbiosis of genres, that culminates in an extraordinary colorful work. With great transcendental waves of harmonious tonalities of dream-like eruptive soundscapes, the overall sound of Pershagen is calm, serene, enjoyable, objectively lucid and inspiringly lovable. With a bright and touching delicacy that oversees the sincere fragility and the fraternal solidarity of the human nature brilliantly transposed into music, Tarfala is a symphony of overwhelming audacity, whose elegant beauty converges to a technical resurgence of simple grandiosity, which appears to explore the precious intensity its sound deliberately disperses and conglomerates around its own vortex.
With deep cutting guitar lines, that at the same time displays a sensitive warm that realistically comprehends the subjective cycles imposed swiftly over its own harmonies, undoubtedly Pershagen competently creates with a great amount of authenticity and talent a solid layer of passionate musical density on Tarfala; with an engraving, innovative and inventive mixture of intricate notes, intonations and combinations notoriously reminiscent of psychedelic rock, the elusive nature of the group’s music certainly amounts to peculiar characterizations, that make their sound easy to be described as a fresh, vigorous and contemporary version of seventy’s acid rock, although with a very singular premise attached to its personal degree of artistry.
Despite its very pleasant and creative nature, the deeply ethereal atmospheric musicality of the record would appeal widely to an audience who are already enthusiast of the genre; certainly will sound monotonous to people strange to this style in particular. Nevertheless, Tarfala is a lovable album that displays a formidable range of creative and technical skills, sidelined with a prudent level of audacious, successful and moderate experimentation. A work of genuine vivacity, that certainly deserves to be hugely highlighted.