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RECORDING A TAPE THE COLOUR OF THE LIGHT

Bell Orchestre

 

Post Rock/Math rock

3.98 | 20 ratings

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4 stars BELL ORCHESTRE offers us unconventional Post-Rock. Gone are SILVER MT. ZION moans or SIGUR ROS whines; no GYBEish walls of sound or freaky TORTOISE beats; you won't find anything from this in BO’s music. They offer almost experimental chamber stuff in DAAU’s vein (young Belgian formation) or even related to French neo-classic movement. Horns, pipes, some violas and cellos, soloing typewriters and yes – bells. Bells are everywhere, any kinds of bells, from hardly-noticeable to ear-hurting…The album becomes even better closer to the end, with such wonderful playful tracks as “Nuevo” and “Salvatore Amato”. Highly recommended, especially if you’re tired of “intro/ louder/climax/outro” Post-Rock style.
Prog-jester | 4/5 |

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