Future music, stereo-sensual acid, dodecaphonic punk?
Sticking a style to Ithak, their eponym extraordinary first album isn’t so easy…
Abdul Vector Von Hassid‘s crazy disciples share a kaleidoscopic and psychedelic vision of music, mixing psychopunk, hip hop, jazz, oriental, electro or contemporary music in a deconstructivist soup from which emerges a new, original and ever surprising sound…
Just imagine a mix of Gong, Public Enemy, Richard Gotainer, The Young Gods, Arnold Schoenberg and James Chance in a weird poppy, psychedelic and punchy rocky way and it will give you a vague idea of what you can expect from this fantastic album!
"I really love your crazy sounds" John Zorn
"Very original and quite avant-garde" Steve Hillage (Gong, System 7…)
"For all my musician’s life, i never heard such a thing !!!! you imitate nobody and nobody can imitate you!! THIS is tomorrow’s music, cheers guys, you made the limits of music explode … it’s unique!" Felix Sabal-Lecco (drummer for Prince, Jeff Beck, Peter Gabriel, Herbie Hancock...)
"Great discovering!" Urban Sax
"Everything is perfect: music, lyrics, visuals!" Palo Alto
"What can we say… really creative approach with the instruments and outstanding compositions!!!" Dispositivo Per Il Lancio Obliquo di una Sferetta
"Des rythmiques complexes tripantes, un psychedelisme savant, de la rage, du gros son, Dada, Zappa et de la prose francaise…Je vote ITHAK…" Christophe Chassol
"Forget all you know about music!! Open your ears and your senses!! Here comes a unique and new sound, a psychedelic sonic hurricane, a cosmic-oriental trip, here comes the Freejazz ElectroPunk, Here comes ITHAK!!!!" Benoit Cholet