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8.8

Le Silo

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

4.19 | 29 ratings

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DamoXt7942
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4 stars As Yosuke Yamashita, one of famous Japanese pianists, has said, please let me say 'Damn who's the gang!?' Oh, don't misunderstand...I'm so glad to meet the gang LE SILO. :-)

Like as a toy box - Le Soleil is absolutely a masterpiece. Three soundmasters can throw various toys up toward us listeners. My first listening to this song could make me shiver with amazing. Indeed Miyako's dancing piano, Michiaki's jazzy and flexible drums, and Yoshiharu's sharp and straight guitar sounds are all terrific. We have no suspicion they should be skilled and talented. However, at least for me, the most worthiest gems to praise of all should be LE SILO's adventurous mind and the spirit of inquiry. Through the whole album, heavy beats and waves with piano, guitar and drum sounds they spun out in quick succession. Well it doesn't mean their sounds be only heavy and avantgarde. Trust me but the sounds can remind me Red by KING CRIMSON. Furthermore, KC in the second period should have needed heavy rhythm sections by Bill and John, but LE SILO can play without bass sounds! Because Miyako's piano can play the role of rhythm sections with bass and drums, I consider. Exactly her piano is full of bold adventure. And surprisingly her voice melting in their songs is very pretty and mischievous, but so strong and impressive into my bone and marrow. LE SILO can fly not only in a local area or a countryside but all over the progressive world.

Extremely fresh, freaky, selfish and crazy music 8.8 can mosh on your turntable!

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |

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