King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard announce details of ‘Sketches Of Brunswick East’ their 3rd album of five in 2017, and a collaboration with LA’s Mild High Club.

Just when you think you have King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard sussed they throw a curveball – in the wake of two albums released in 2017 already, including most recently the dystopian end-times concept album ‘Murder Of The Universe’, which tackled in no uncertain terms the rise of robots and the downfall of mankind, comes ‘Sketches Of Brunswick East’, an entirely altered beast.

Available digitally ONLY TODAY and physically from October 13th, each physical pre-order will receives an INSTANT LINK & CODE to download the record.

‘Sketches Of Brunswick East’ is a collaboration between King Gizzard and Mild High Club, the Los Angeles based tripster troupe signed to Stones Throw Records and led by Alex Brettin – the two bands formed a strong friendship touring together throughout the USA, Europe, and Australia.

Recorded at the band’s own Flightless HQ in East Brunswick, Melbourne Australia earlier this year and mixed at Stones Throw studios in L.A. it’s the third of five projected albums to be released in 2017.



“We were listening to compilations of Ethiopian music form the 1960s and 70s a lot,” explained Stu Mackenzie about the making of the record. “It was in no way thought-out though. If Murder Of The Universe was our most conceptual and arranged album – then Sketches… is the exact opposite.” 

Logistically, its creation saw the sifting through “piles of ideas” previously laid down during intense periods of creation that their frontman confesses he barely remembers having taken place. Truly this is impulsive music, sketches of time and place reworked and pieced together, akin to, says Stu “sampling-culture, in which old ideas are reshaped and suddenly things make sense. It was like we were continually jamming with ourselves.” 

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