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Anti Music Reviews Okta Logue Album ‘Tales Of Transit City’

Okta Logue‘s album ‘Tales Of Transit City’ reviewed by Anti Music

Okta Logue 2013 Sandra Günther_3

‘Without sounding like a clone of either, Okta Logue seem to be highly influenced by the psychedelic sides of acts like the Byrds and the Beatles. There’s some Neil Young influence to be heard too; “Transit” uses a luxurious Crazy Horse-style guitar track while the weepy guitar in “Dream On” will bring Young to mind for many. No freak-outs here, just good ’60s-style psych pop like the Zombies-flavored “Let Go” and Floydian numbers like “Cats in the Alley” and “Just to Fall Asleep.”

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