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Moebius Cat


Crossover Prog

3.84 | 11 ratings

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kev rowland
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4 stars Moebius Cat is the project of composer and multi-instrumentalist Roman Bershadsky, and this is their second album. Originally released in 2010 it has now been made available through Mals. Roman provides a whole host of instruments himself, but also uses a lot of other personnel which really gives the album a lot of depth and class.

The female vocals are clear and delicate in a way not too dissimilar to Mermaid Kiss or Iona, and while the emotive atmosphere is probably what really makes this stand out in so many ways it is a very different form to the latter. The use of string instruments, wind and an accordion among others pushes this into a quite different area to what many people would think of as 'progressive', but to my mind this is Renaissance being stretched and moved into a new area. Progressive/classical/folk maybe? Roman himself says that it is a mix of dark wave, progressive rock, experimental, world fusion, gothic ethereal, electronic and neoclassical styles. I may not be sure what to call it but I know that I like it, and given that you can download it for free why not give it a try? Roman only asks that if you like it and decide to keep it then pay what you feel it is worth. It is also possible to obtain their debut 2003 album 'Arrivals <> Departures' in the same way.

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kev rowland | 4/5 |


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