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JESKYNE (CAVES)

Uz Jsme Doma

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.85 | 52 ratings

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TheGazzardian
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4 stars If I'm honest, I'm surprised more hasn't been said about this album as of the time of writing. This release is an excellent, high energy release by this Czech band.

The band is composed of your typical drum/bass/guitar/keys/vocals, with the addition of trumpets provided by Adam Tomasek. The trumpets really add a lot of flavour to the music and lend the band a distinctive sound. That sound, by the way, can be described as in-your-face fast-paced music with a punk-like energy. From the moment that the trumpet starts playing on the second track, you know that you are in for quite a ride with this album. (The first track is a less-than-a-minute-long atmospheric track).

There are a total of 11 tracks on the album, a shorter, more atmospheric closer and opener, and then nine "meat" tracks that range in length from 3 and a half to 5 and a half minutes. I am a big fan of the nine main tracks because of their great energy but the opener and closer really serve to tie together the album.

The most energetic and unabashedly catchy ride I've been taken on so far this year. Recommended!

TheGazzardian | 4/5 |

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