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Timeline Traveller is pure purple retro-rock, so authentic in it's approach to a Nixon-era groove that it makes The Quill sound like nu-metal. And while most bands that explore similar ancient fuzz territories are content to wallow in the bull elephant stoner crunch of Blue Cheer and Cactus, Hypnos 69 seem more influenced by the jazz rock fusion of Coliseum II and ELP's "Tarkus" album, or the galaxy drifting retro-futurism of Van der Graaf Generator. Sure, there's a Fu Manchu-by-way-of-Thin Lizzy riff rawk sensibility to "TT", but Hypnos spend most of their time space truckin', carving out jammy soundscapes and raising them up to Heaven on the wings of a Hammond organ. Heavy-lidded old-school acid rockers will probably see a winking Jesus dancing on Mars when they slip on this headphone melter.