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NATURE'S IMAGINATION (CHAPTER ONE)

Pseudo/Sentai

 

Crossover Prog

2.52 | 4 ratings

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memowakeman
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2 stars This is the first of two EP's with the title of "Nature's Imagination" this is Chapter One. Again, I want to let you know that this music can be listened and downloaded in Pseudo/Sentai's Bandcamp page, so do it, it is worth it. This one has a length of ten minutes divided in four short songs, the line-up is Scott Baker and Greg Murphy, who together create this crazy and interesting music based on guitars, vocals and programming.

It opens with "Smother Fucker" which has a nice soft sound, not as intense as their first single I previously reviewed. Here the rhythm at first is just attractive and even catchy, but later the song turns a bit more interesting, I like the guitar and the programming as background. After two minutes is vanishes but restarts in a soft way, pretty cool. "Goldfish Tree" has acoustic guitar and later the programming appears along with the vocals, I like a lot their vocal style when it comes to harmonies. The song flows and remains slow until 2 minutes where it explodes.

"A Battling Brook" has a nice and soft sound that might not be the closest to prog rock, which does not really matters; here I like that in spite of the soft sound, the lyrics show the opposite. The last seconds are just some keyboards fading. And finally "Star Canvas", which has a sympathetic rhythm easy to dig and enjoy. The song flows and becomes more interesting later, I like the guitar riffs and the keyboards. A nice one!

So now, let's go for the following chapter. Please don't pay attention to the rating, I am giving it 2 stars but it doesn't matter, the music does.

Enjoy it!

memowakeman | 2/5 |

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