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Okus Dolphin / Press

“Thought you'd heard it all? You were wrong. Okus Dolphin have bizarre tracks direct from The Future Sound of Dolphins: imaginative, catchy songs: varied in style and filled with poetic meaning. 'Angel of Mercy' turns into Phoenix Nights, catchy enough to stick in your head for the day and calls to mind a whole host of references: Violent Femmes, Joy Division, Velvet Underground: that make them worth listening to. Lyrically as weird as their music: Generally odes to mystical beings dressed in odd imagery. Eastern Philosophy has been done well from The Beatles to Maher Baz. Keyboards sandwiched between fast paced pieces of electronica, as hearing Chemical Brothers track segue into Pavement. Okus Dolphin are either a great band or the worst in the world: something of an enigma. Their music is so plain weird. Shamooli Dawn, Karma Truffle: weird names. Possibly only eclipsed by Okus Dolphin " - , (Jun 22, 2004)”

“TAKE A TRIP BACK TO THE PSYCHEDELIC ERA – a time of carefree spirits – a dream state if you will – This multi-album producer describes his music in several different genres – from acoustic & ambient, to electronica rock and alternative. Okus Dolphin definitely brings about chaos & psychedelia to a fashion of music I have never heard before. It definitely reminds me of the era of The Beatles, psychedelic drugs and a carefree “hippie nation” so-to-speak. I’ve included previews from three of their albums, Spiritual, Mysterious Worlds & Firedragon, so you can hear the wide variety of styles performed by this unique artist.”

“TAKE A TRIP BACK TO THE PSYCHEDELIC ERA – a time of carefree spirits – a dream state if you will – This multi-album producer describes his music in several different genres – from acoustic & ambient, to electronica rock and alternative. Okus Dolphin definitely brings about chaos & psychedelia to a fashion of music I have never heard before. It definitely reminds me of the era of The Beatles, psychedelic drugs and a carefree “hippie nation” so-to-speak. I’ve included previews from three of their albums, Spiritual, Mysterious Worlds & Firedragon, so you can hear the wide variety of styles performed by this unique artist. ”

“Thought you'd heard it all? You were wrong. Okus Dolphin have bizarre tracks direct from The Future Sound of Dolphins: imaginative, catchy songs: varied in style and filled with poetic meaning. 'Angel of Mercy' turns into Phoenix Nights, catchy enough to stick in your head for the day and calls to mind a whole host of references: Violent Femmes, Joy Division, Velvet Underground: that make them worth listening to. Lyrically as weird as their music: Generally odes to mystical beings dressed in odd imagery. Eastern Philosophy has been done well from The Beatles to Maher Baz. Keyboards sandwiched between fast paced pieces of electronica, as hearing Chemical Brothers track segue into Pavement. Okus Dolphin are either a great band or the worst in the world: something of an enigma. Their music is so plain weird. Shamooli Dawn, Karma Truffle: weird names. Possibly only eclipsed by Okus Dolphin ”