Garatuba by Rollfast | Music Review & Song Recommendation by Indie Accent by Indie Accent

GARATUBA
by ROLLFAST


"Telling the story of the concept of continuous exploitation in Bali"


SINGLE
RELEASED ON 2020

This Bali based eclectic group has always possessed the talent of sticking to their rock background while incorporating elements like '60s psych, progressive, and experimental, all blended together with a generous amount of reverb and effects (classic psychedelic seasoning).

"Garatuba" is a satirical song which they use to critics about Bali current situation, telling the story of the concept of continuous exploitation that has become increasingly widespread due to greed in exploiting existing land, without thinking about the long-term effects on society and the environment. The entire project carries a similar energy to their preceding releases, "Pajeromon" and "Grand Theft Atma" which also released this year.

Rollfast would be a great band to watch live -- thats for sure. There is a lot going on here for this three-piece band, they create an expansive and vibrant journey, which is both trippy and driven.





REVIEWED BY: CAESAR FAJRIANSAH
737 DAYS AGO

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