Entrancing Patterns and Soundscapes
Posted by: SweetWilliam from: Ohio on
A friend recommended this album to me. I have to say it was one of the scariest first listens in a long time. The music is in no way negative, or melancholy. It's quite positive and uplifting. The oddity of the vocals, the juvenile patterns on guitar and keyboards combined with technical time signatures and solid drums takes you on a trip. It's just repetitive enough to let you partake in the grooves after a couple passings. The sounds are well placed across the spectrum and there are no harsh tones throughout. This is where progressive music needs to journey. Makes me want to break out some Mr. Bungle.
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