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ReportInvisible ElephantInvisible Elephant

  • Founded: January 2010
  • Location: Blackpool, United Kingdom
  • Label: sonic reverie records

'Invisible Elephant is the project of one man and his assortment of randomly acquired instruments, ranging from frog guiros to pre-school toy drum kits. These are melded together with found sounds, synthesizers and spectral vocals to create a dream-like wash of psychedelic noise which defies simple categorisation. Veering from ethereal softly-spoken psych folk to walls of monolithic feedback in a heartbeat, it's difficult to pin the sound down to one genre.

The indefinable nature of Invisible Elephant's music isn't really surprising though given the huge influence it takes from the muddied existential narratives of Haruki Murakami as well as the hazy sounds of the likes of My Bloody Valentine and Sonic Youth. This informs the sound which fuses the kind of downbeat sincerity of freak-folk with the visceral force of shoegaze and the cinematic euphoria of post-rock. The end result is transcendental music which simultaneously exhibits subtlety, ferocity, discordance, melody and an acute ear for imbuing the familiar with the futuristic.'

Second album - 'Anomie or Swimming in a Black Sea' is available August 2011 on new label Two Hands Music.

Ltd edition hardback book and standard editions available here:

www.twohandsmusic.bigcartel.com

Digital version available here:

www.twohandsmusic.bandcamp.com

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