By Rim Irsheid
Sixties vintage guitar sounds, fade-out vocals and a Sgt. Pepper’s choir - Morgan Delt from California manages to bring Woodstock into contemporary psych rock surroundings, plucking out little bits and pieces for every instrument. So softly, you can almost hear every guitar string individually swinging.
His melodies are floating around, creating some sort of a spiral-shaped sound, accompanied by subtle rhythmic patterns. Despite this washed out guitar sound still being catchy, it is sure-footedly running away from any form of musical restriction - only occasionally being put in its place by a tambourine beat which manages to create a steady plod in all this musical fuzz.