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Autumn Chorus


Crossover Prog

3.80 | 114 ratings

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4 stars A wonderfully constructed album. The band combines classical music, folk, postrock and symphonic progressive rock. The singer has a classical approach wich really adds to the pastoral and nostalgic feel of the music.

I really enojoy this kind of music. No emphasis on guitarsolos and heavy drumming. Also the production is really warm and the music sounds really sympathetic. The band uses analog and old fashioned instruments, like trumpet and organ but also flute and glockenspiel. There are hints of Mike Oldfield aswell. The whole albums sounds like a movie. It's dreamy, warm and the band take their time to slowly build the songs. Really recommended for people who enjoy postrock with classical and folk influences.

Kingsnake | 4/5 |


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