Baïki Globalienation CD Review

Walk The Line is a powerful rock track that pushes forth equal amounts of vocals and instrumental elements. The taut arrangements that are present during this track is reminiscent of an early Billy Bragg or Jello Biafra. No Way Out begins with a strong drum beat and raucous guitar line that is punctual while still having that spontaneity needed to keep things interesting from beginning to end. There are hints of Detroit rock, eighties California punk, and hints of the swirling eddies of indie rock that would come out during the mid nineties. Baïki has an unmatched intensity to the tracks on Globalienation that will keep listeners on the edges of their seat from the opening strains of Le glaive et l’auréole to Pet Peril. Continue reading “Baïki Globalienation CD Review”