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Gregor Samsa


Post Rock/Math rock

3.97 | 26 ratings

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4 stars When you're taking a name from Kafka's work, be prepared to any kind of miracles ;) The main one is that GS may be the most interesting band from Shoegaze realms in Post-Rock country these days.

It is mellow and mild, with rare climaxes, mostly song-oriented with both female and male whispering vocals. My eternal GY!BE-greed had been satisfied with tracks like "Even Numbers" (heavenly!!!), "Young and Old" and "Lessening". Girl's vocals are so tender and thin, somehow reminding me of Trip-Hop manner. Musically GREGOR SAMSA is mostly acoustic, almost pastoral, close to MONO or IMMANU EL in terms of creating peaceful and calm music. Excellent Post-Rock that reassures my love to the genre. Extremely recommended and not to be missed!!!

Prog-jester | 4/5 |


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