Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Morrison Reed. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked the uniqueness of his music.
The sound of this artist immediately fascinated me, a psychedelic compositional method that reminded me of the 70s blended with modern sounds.
Music that lives in a special limbo, difficult to label.
A unique and unrepeatable musical approach, this music is a vision a dimensional passage that finally allows you to open the third eye to explore unknown parts of your unconscious.
This music made me travel and made me look straight into the abyss, without fear I threw myself because I trusted this talented artist and I trusted his music, and finally I began to see the truth.
Music that lifts your spirit and takes you to a parallel universe.
Spirit Haus is Morrison Reed’s Album Out Now!
A Psychedelic Journey!
Quote: “‘Spirit Haus’ is a spooky rock, disco, hip hop record about a young group of friends on a “trip” to visit a haunted house in the desert, all told through the poetic word spoken style of Morrison Reed. They begin their journey taking acid for the first time and going to a new years eve party which turns out to be uneventful, they go to a nightclub, a random 70s themed hollywood pool party and they end up robbing a safe with guns and one of them falls in love with the other during this escapade. After the wild journey they end up at a beach club where they come-down from their crazy bender which ends up finishing on the instrumental tracks at the end to round-up the earlier catastrophes.
It is a space-western-tripomatica record which incorporates psychedelic rock, hip hop, electronic and alternative sounds which is era-undefinable. Morrison Reed takes you on a journey through the spooky disco-esque portrait, unravelling poetry and storytelling in satire which appeals to the trippers, the swank and the ill-perceived for the listener who likes to challenge status-quo and expand their mind. If you like loud, layered rock music with a spicy satirical kick then Morrison Reed is for you.“