One of the great things about doing this is that I get music of all types from all over the world - like psychedelia from Sweden. No matter how much music I listen to, that's not something I'm likely to encounter every day.
My first impression of this album is that - like a lot of psychedelic albums - the sound seems to swirl around me as I listen. Say what you want about psychedelia, but that's certainly something psychedelic artists get right: making music that seems to surround you even when you're listening on earphones. Take "Boogin" for instance. This is a song that is longer than seven minutes and in the middle is an instrumental break that is almost overwhelming. So much goes on in those three minutes that it's hard to take it all in. Yes, you can make out all the instruments, but they are played together in such a way that it's more or less a wall of sound.
"Shady Wind" (or perhaps it's "Two Tongues" - I received the same song with two different titles) maintains the psychedelic sound, but also takes a turn toward 60s garage - particularly with the keyboards. At times, the keyboard is pure 60s garage rock and at others it's pure rock and roll. That's actually a pretty good summary of the album. It's pretty well entrenched in psychedelia, but also has healthy doses of 60s garage.
Psychedelia seems to be a bigger deal in Europe than here in the States, and I'm not really sure why that is. It's generally pretty thought-provoking. More than that, it's a listening experience. That is exactly what The Movements provide: a listening experience. Get on board with some psychedelia and buy this album. Then set whatever ambiance you like in the room and play it. Just make sure you crank the volume so you get the full experience of the album.