With a very fluid body of sound, The Nacarat can be categorized as a dimensional travel, that very sensibly – but acutely, as well as wisely – uses the virtual propensities of sound to experiment in different densities the rhythmic dissonances that creates the vivacious conflagrations of its ostensive perpetual harmonies, that seems to replicate introspective layers of subjective intonations from the periscope of its own instinctively primal artistic objectives.
An interesting stoner rock album, with more nuances and versatility than usually seen in the genre, in any moment the listener is struck by monotony or boredom. Monobrow has managed to create a truly intriguing, colorful and fascinating instrumental album, full of perspectives and dissociations, that really has surpassed the most rigid and rigorous expectations normally associated with the genre.
A lucid, precisely technical, meticulous and splendid work, The Nacarat is a record full of qualities, and probably one of the best in the genre that I have heard. With a formidable scale of sensorial elements, expressively combined to elaborate an exhilaratingly intense sonorous work of art, The Nacarat is a very surrealist – almost majestic – and astute musical monument, that has conceived in the interior structure of its precious projective scale an entire field of visionary possibilities, creating and experimenting audaciously the volatile and sublime nature of their own style, without fear of doing it wrong. And let’s be real, with such a vigorous and consistent level of talent and creativity, they couldn’t have done wrong, not even for a second.