“In Dreams And Time” LP
(Tee Pee Records)
In having fairly big expectations for In Dreams And Time since given an idea of where Ancestors were going when they released the “Invisible White” EP in 2011 (which in itself was a leap from their last full length, “In Sound Mind”). Not only were these expectations met, they were handily exceeded.
Expansive without being numbingly epic. Intoxicating without being indulgent. Density with a dexterity that only comes from discipline and, more importantly, knowing when to stay in a groove or when to switch gears. Axl would appreciate the grandeur but Roger Waters would appreciate the spirit.