World's End Girlfriend - The Lie Lay Land CD (album) cover


World's End Girlfriend


Post Rock/Math rock

3.79 | 13 ratings

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4 stars There's something familiar in the Maeda's situation for me: one-man band in Post-Rock realms. I must admit, I ain't that clever as this guy, besides, we begin from different starting points hence aiming for different purposes. WEG's music is breathtakingly eclectic, blending together Electronic, Ambient, classic Post-Rock thing, Jazz, Breakcore, Trip-Hop, Neo-Classic, Avant, Folk - almost anything you know as Music. Instrumental and near-spiritual, it provokes diverse reactions, recalling vivid pictures inside listeners mind, a full gallery of images and a mouthful of words (I apologize for this obvious DREAM THEATER allusion here), words unspoken, because WEG needs no voice to sing these exceptional songs. Kashiwa Daisuke, Yasushi Yoshida, Katsuhiko Maeda - I guess, Japanese Instrumental Experimental One-Man Bands are in need to be categorized as a genre itself ;) Highly recommended and not to be missed!
Prog-jester | 4/5 |


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