Causa Sui / Euporie Tide
Album:Euporie Tide Collection:General
Artist:Causa Sui Added:Sep 2013
Label:El Paraiso 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2013-09-09 Pull Date:2013-11-11 
Week Ending:Nov 3Oct 27Oct 20Oct 13Oct 6Sep 29Sep 22Sep 15

Recent Airplay
1.Nov 02, 2013:Space House
4.Oct 17, 2013:Stringless Balloon
2.Oct 24, 2013:*
5.Oct 15, 2013:late night dryer
3.Oct 19, 2013:Music Casserole
Mireille, Homage
6.Oct 10, 2013:Sun and Sparrows

Album Review
Reviewed 2013-09-04 
Heavy rockin’ instrumental psych nostalgia from Denmark. If the Nietzsche reference wasn’t cool enough, the breadth of their sound will sweep you off your feet and carry you the distant mushroom forests in your mind, whence you may never return. Channeling everything from Kyuss to Pink Floyd, this goes great alongside contemporaries such as Electric Shepherd, Carlton Melton or classics like Blue Cheer and Black Sabbath. Rock on!—but keep some eye drops handy. No vocals anywhere on this so no FCC concerns.

1. (10:08)**Starts quiet, but soon a bluesy desert-rock 90s groove pummels along in a hazy, doomy jam with hippie flair
2. (6:06) starts with synth weirdness until 0:30, when a rolling 3/4 rhythm gains momentum; volume crawls up from krautrock subtleties to soaring Hendrixian heights
3. (5:06)**Cool, calm and hazy 6/8 wandering brings to mind the first Lumerians record
4. (5:21) Marching, anthemic blues-rock with lyrical wah-wah and muscular bass, sounds like great retro-doom a la Uncle Acid or Witchcraft
5. (7:12))*** Light and summery Syd Barrett-esque frolicking with layers of acoustic guitar and bright melodies, crescendoing into a great electric jam halfway through; balls-to-the-wall Sabbathian riffs conclude.
6. (2:14) light and dreamy acoustic balladry, like those cheesy-folky Budgie tunes without the whining vocals
7. (6:36) 60s psychedelia worship with light organ and bluesy guitar meanderings crescendos into a loud wah-laden rocker
8. (1:38) cool guitar and flute drone, a floating interlude that could easily go on for twenty more minutes and be a Carlton Melton song
9. (11:03) multi-part epic suite of jamming grooves, balanced perfectly between mellow and loud blues-metal
10. (9:19)* sloooooow dreamy faded plod, twinkling guitar arpeggios and soft organ, deep and subtle tribal beats, Daughters of the Sun meets Popol Vuh and David Gilmour

Track Listing
1.Homage 6.Fichelscher Sun
2.The Juice 7.Ju-Ju Blues
3.Echo Springs 8.Sota El Cel
4.Boozehound 9.Euporie
5.Mireille 10.Eternal Flow