Lovely and Free
Sapat call Kentucky home, but they might as well hail from Scandinavia's Arctic tundra or the Black Forest of Germany. That's because the group lays down thick, slow-burn grooves reminiscent of Sweden's Parson Sound and Krautrock pioneers like the mighty Popol Vuh. We're talking heavy tribal folk pounding like the heart of a 1,000-year-old land tortoise painted in psychedelic rainbows. That said, Mortise and Tenon also boasts well-crafted, Bo Diddley-meets-Velvets rock; simply jam "Maat Fount."