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Progressive Electronic

3.07 | 22 ratings

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Sean Trane
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Prog Folk
3 stars 3.5 stars really!!!

Zombi is a Pennsylvania duo that plays electronic cosmic music that can be reminiscent from groups as far apart as Tangerine Dream to Djam Kater or Nebelnest. This duo comprising Steve Moore as a keyboardist/bassist, while Paterra is the percussionist

Their seven tracks (divided into two chapters) are all titled after stars, galaxies and zodiacal formations, which illustrate very well the music. While not exactly revolutionary or groundbreaking, Zombi avoids the usual traps of sounding like new age music by being very energetic at times drawing some inspiration on some of Nebelnest's more enthralling moments. These moments are contrasting with the quieter more reflective ones where Klaus Schulze or Edgar Froese's influences are obvious.

While Zombi develops absolutely nothing new in Cosmos, their rehash is rather enjoyable and doesn't sound like floggen-dead horse. Rather pleasant (though not likely to overwhelm your world), but essential? I think not.

Sean Trane | 3/5 |


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