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Grumbling Fur



3.86 | 3 ratings

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4 stars Another indietronic band hearkening back to krautrock and the Berlin School, Grumbling Fur have here a very good set of tracks. Their style is firmly rooted in modern indietronic mores, but they pull various tricks and ideas, mainly and especially complexity, from the early German pioneers. The result is The Postal Service meets Klaus Schulze. We are left with a few tracks of ambient leaning electronica done in a rather proggy and indiecentric fashion, and it sounds great. For instance "Secrets of The Earth" is your usual indietronic track, but now with the spirit of Tangerine Dream on the mind. This is more an indietronic fan's dream, but prog electronic fans could find something to really love here too.
LearsFool | 4/5 |


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