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T

 

Neo-Prog

3.83 | 187 ratings

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rdtprog
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Prog Metal / Heavy Prog Team
5 stars Originally a piano player, Thomas Thielen learn to play many instruments, but also the craft of engineering, recording and programming. I don't know how much programming we have on this new CD, but i can only testified that it's sound like a real band. The vocals here are playing a major role in the music that has a atmospheric ambiance with post-rock tones, but also some symphonic Retro Prog. However, this album sounds modern and remind me a lot of Carptree and sometimes the late Marillion. The vocals, the piano and the keyboards are taking the place to the guitars, who have their space to shine in specific passages, especially when things get heavier. There is a moody, melancholic feel with some quiet atmospheric soundscape, intense vocal harmonies and instrumentation throughout this album that could seems disturbing, but the vocals pick things up to carry the melody to something highly satisfying. There is a lot of subtle arrangements, and a lot of ideas that we have to absorb, but with many listening, everything is shaping up. This CD is divided in three chapters, but i listened to it like a continuous piece of music that covers a wide range of style from post-rock, ambient, minimalistic and symphonic. And the only reason it could be categorize as Neo-Prog, is because of the modern and heavy parts. This CD is the illustration that Thomas Thielen music has reach his peak. If he can only change the name "T" to something more appealing, it would serve him better in the future.
rdtprog | 5/5 |

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