Music Review: Sacred Psychedelia

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<p>As Prince Rama, sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson play psychedelic rock with an unpretentious art-school vibe. Having grown up in a Hare Krishna community, they weave Sanskrit chants between moody melodies sung in English. <i>Trust Now</i>’s deep percussion and wind-chime synthesizers would fit in just as well at a temple sanctum as at a summer music festival. Like Dead Can Dance before them, Prince Rama transcend both creed and genre–spiritually tinted music for today’s PBR-swilling hipsters.</p>
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