ORIGINALY RELEASED IN 2010 ON CD BY RAIG
SOME REVIEWS OF THE ALBUM FROM AROUND THE WORLD:
……a collision between Pink
Floyd, Faust and Neu! on the one hand, and some
very groovy Massive Attack rhythms on the other;
It’s got a krautrock base complemented by a fresh
and contemporary vibe
RECORD COLLECTOR, UK AUGUST 2010
bluesy, superb and psychedelic acid rock jam ”Spacehopper Blues” seems to resurrect Jimi Hendrix from the dead and the over 25-minute-long trip “Day of the Locust” after its peaceful beginning has lots of different stuff in it like wild, Acid Mothers Temple-like guitar terrorism and mad drum-pounding, a cosmic trip….
PSYCHOTROPIC ZONE, FINLAND AUGUST 2010
After the languid haze of the opening track "Song Of the Seidr" is lifted the band tears directly into the six minute frenetic, dub fuzz of "Dream Mangler" which features heaping amounts of Bingham's trademark guitar playing and psychedelic effects. From there it's straight into one of their most elaborate compositions to date "Screaming And Streaming Into The Starlit Night" which is certainly a bit of a departure for the band, but one that pays huge dividends. I love how Lee Relfe's exquisite soprano sax work and Bingham's droning guitar motif sets the tone in the early stages, slowing building the level of intensity before the door is finally blown clear off the hinges with a sizzling solo….
The cornerstone of “Streamedelica” is the 25-minute “Day of the Locust” a titanic-wig out of jaw dropping, or should that be brain melting intensity stretching out over 25 minutes. I would defy even Acid Mothers Temple to come up with anything more full-on.
Imagine a chamber orchestra of goblins tuning up at twilight in your local wood and you’re about there.
PTOLMAIC TERRASCOPE, UK JUNE 2010
This is where space rock turns into outer space rock……a fully fledged frenzy of psychedelic rocking……shifting between jamming prog solos and high voltage noise riffage that really takes it out there.
MONOCHROME, LUXEMBOURG MAY 2010
some of the best psychedelia I have heard in a long time
the album’s magnum opus Day Of The Locust, a twenty-five minute monster that may start out rather well behaved but soon finds its way into no-holds-barred guitar driven psyche rock as if Hawkwind were jamming with Black Sabbath. Great stuff!
Psychedelic rock fans and those who curious about out-of-this-world sonic exploration should definitely get their hands on this fine piece of music.
DISAGREEMENT, BELGIUM, MAY 2010
Sendelica make music for your senses, best listened to at
Sendelica make music for your senses, best listened to at high volume, alone in a room, or in the field, eyes closed and dreaming. Dreams about future and past.
if you are very much into improvisation or psychedelia then Sendelica is an absolute must
DPRP, AUSTRIA MAY 2010
" Streamedelica , She Sighed As She Hit Rewind On The Dream Missing Remote "is Sendelicas best and most mature work. The album is definitely an essential slice of psychedelic music, and has so many qualities that it is a feast for the ears. a hypnotic , engaging and fascinating
MERLINS PROG, NORWAY JUNE 2010