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REPETITIONS

Blueneck

 

Post Rock/Math rock

3.38 | 4 ratings

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sussexbowler
3 stars Music in a purified form? A Zen form of Prog perhaps? Because it is so uncomplicated, shall we say, it sounds like the soundscapes created by Sigor Ros, or Nosound. Of course, not quite the same, but in a similar vein at least.

To be honest, there's a danger that there's not enough going on, not enough interest. Starting with virtually nothing and building it up by adding tones, adding mass. That seems to be the formula.

I heard 'Ellipsis', and liked it enough to take the plunge... Of course, none of the other tracks could reach those heady heights, although four are plenty good enough. Surprisingly, I seem to be able to listen to it without getting bored.

It's not a happy World, but equally, it's not a miserable World either. It IS a World that you can survive in. Just go with the flow. It certainly won't hurt you.

sussexbowler | 3/5 |

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