Sketches of Brunswick East album cover

Sketches of Brunswick East

Sketches Of Brunswick East is the product of a collaboration with Mild High Club's Alex Brettin, and it competes with Paper Mâché Dream Balloon for the title of most relaxed King Gizzard album. If you're at all familiar with Mild High Club, this won't come as a surprise to you.

Sketches Of Brunswick East is very much jazz-based, but there's still some classic Gizz weirdness that shines through - note the microtones on D-Day, and the cameo from Murder Of The Universe's Han-Tyumi on Tezeta. Overall, it's an accessible, endlessly replayable album loved by fans and newbies alike.