Review: Ocelot of Salvation by Immortal Onion


The instrumental Polish trio Immortal Onion have given a zarathustrian gift to the world of music with Ocelot of Salvation by bringing wild – even fevered – musical ideas from the periphery to a very listenable central place with burning feel and immense musicality. Hearkening to the concatenated aesthetic of Nature, the music of Immortal Onion moves through transformations that might as well be a discourse between Heraclitus and Parmenides – a fascinating riddle of the crystalline and the fiery. In spite of it’s depth and complication, Ocelot of Salvation is presented in a timbral structure that is personal, pleasant, and humble. (Somtimes funny too.) Great work, gentlemen; this is one of the best albums of its kind.


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