Lux Oblivion is:
A)another spin-off of Super Good Fun
B)an imaginary late-60's/early-70's band.
C)just an excuse to jam out on mellotron.
D)a state of mind
E)all of the above and so much more.
The answer is: who cares?
It's spacey, heavy, groovy, and fun.
Stare into the light...if you dare.
...no cure for curiosity(2011)
Elements of Art Rock, Psychedelic, and Prog. Shades of King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Procol Harum, Tangerine Dream. "The Palace of Nowhere" was intended as a straight-up homage to "In the Court of the Crimson King", but it sounds like the King is holding court at the Hotel California. Thank you Alan Bull for drums on "Moonlight", "A Power That Is", "Hypnopomp", and "The Palace of Nowhere". Thank you Ludwig van Beethoven for writing "Moonlight". Turn off your mind, relax, and float downstream...