Music You Don't Know You Like Yet
It's always satisfying and thought-provoking when album art is evocative of the music it represents. The cover of Bavaria based group Aloa Input's debut record Anysome portrays a verdant jungle scene, but the presence of an eyeball lurking through the shrubbery, assorted cacti blooming within the trees, and a bird that resembles a red-breasted robin all provide a subtly surrealistic quality; not the unsettling, mind-bending surrealism like a Dali scene adorned with melting clocks and mutant creatures, but rather one fraught with pointed whimsy like Magritte's "The Treachery of Images." This is an oddly accurate visual to accompany Anysome's varied influences.
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