As a traveler-without-age, Damo Suzuki has been touring all over space-time. Presenting the light of “instant composing” to new generations, he refers to his makeshift collaborators as sound-carriers. Exactly 50 years after the release of the profoundly iconic Ege Bamyası, we can hear his voice on yet another fantastic album, as in “derived from fantasy”, manifested from the meeting with Spiritczualic Enhancement Center – when seven of their self-proclaimed “disciples of CAN University” gathered at Arkaoda (Turkish for “backroom”). Named after the place in Berlin where it was recorded, this release freewheels down the Autobahn of Consciousness as it swerves along that ancestral road. A witness of this session was quoted calling it “unfiltered, freeform, de-programming music.” The LP’s 3 volatile tracks — U | Ra | Beya (Japanese for “backroom”) — are unity-enhancing, non-boolean excerpts from this serendipitous symposium at the beginning of 2020 (just before the new measures). Let your children hear this! With the aura of a pseudo-cult, Spiritczualic draws its admittedly bizarre spectral-jammers from all around the Fourth World. As con-artists of the Jazz Circus, they’ve been releasing their signature Third Eye Music since forming the troupe in a squatted Ottoman dome on Christmas 2017. Arkaoda marks their fifth album.