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INDIGO EP

The Dear Hunter

Crossover Prog


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Marty McFly
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2 stars The colour of wisdom (well, hard to prove if it's in music), or transformation, few other describing words, but none of them plausible for my liking. Well, let's see, nobility would be the best one. Is this music noble ? It's ethereal enough, distant somehow, but in general it's more distant, even electronic at times (Progress sins a lot with this trait, what an ironic name for a song that doesn't Progress anywhere, right ?) and in general, it's my least favourite colour of them all. I really thought differently of this emotion (to the hell with emotion, I don't like this single at all, that's also important). Trip-hop, electronic, trippy music with a bit of Post-Rock tones (but more like in terms of influences).

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