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Ana Never


Post Rock/Math rock

2.38 | 4 ratings

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3 stars Got this EP from ProgSpheres as a review copy. Thank you !!

This is a split Ep where Ana Never does a six and a half minutes long song and the band Rosa Park does a seven minutes long song.

Ana Never is a post rock band from Serbia and they were interviewed by myself some time ago. Their brand of post rock is pretty melodic without being excessive noisy. The song here, 2 Our Mothers, ebbs and flows. Nice, but not particular innovative. I guess this is the music also called shoegaze, played by and for today's youth with emo issues. Something like that. We did not have music like this when I was young. Anyway..... and old age issues excused..... Ana Never delivers some competent six minutes plus. Three stars.

Rosa Park's contribution Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia is far more full of variations with a lot of time changes. There are some weird vocals and a lot of weird time changes I recognises from the jazz world. This despite it being more metallic post rock than jazz. I believe Rosa Park is much more Math Rock than Post Rock/Shoegaze than Ana Never. An interesting track and an interesting contrast to Ana Never's track. Three stars and Rosa Park's name has been duly noted.

Two good songs from two upcoming bands. Perhaps a window into the future, this EP is.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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