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Alux Nahual


Crossover Prog

4.00 | 1 ratings

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4 stars The symphonic grandiosity with meaning and feeling

Alux Nahual, as a Crossover Rock band it's a blend of symphonic, alternative rock and some acoustic pop styles. Their success is based on their diversity that just feels accurate to each level. With this production, Alux dressed their songs in their best suits, making music and sense all together in the right doses.

Nine songs have special arrangements and offers way more than just an adaptation of parts for strings and orchestral drums. No, you have here a dedicated effort on making each track memorable and accurate to the tone, to the meaning and to the feeling. The result is a one hour experience full of nice details and twists and turns.

You can tell that the band is enjoying playing and is evident that the Director of the Orchestra feel the roll, not just playing a job in a concert. It's really a great way to "get" Alux Nahual music, on it's finest moment, until now, because they recently recorded a third symphonic concert and it sounded way better than this one. The only let down of this productions is how short it is. The left out at least other seven songs and just leave you waiting for more music.

All in all, I truly encourage you all to go on and give it a try on iTunes or Deezer. You won't regret on this one. Lovers of both symphonic prog and orchestra oriented kind of music will hear some great music, full of emotion and meaning. 4 strong stars.

jampa17 | 4/5 |


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