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Incandescent Sky

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2.95 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. September Song (9:27)
2. Antarctica (9:05)
3. The Byways (4:17)
4. Orange Ice (10:20)
5. Concrete, Glass, Steel (4:37)
6. Four Faradays In A Cage (16:25)

Total Time: 54:11

Line-up / Musicians

- John MacNeill / keyboards
- Mike Marando / bass
- John Orsi / drums, percussion
- Don Sullivan / guitar, synth guitar, loops

Releases information

CD Noisynoise/It's Twilight Time (2010 US)

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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars US band INCANDESCENT SKY describes itself as an "inventive improvisational instrumental ensemble". It became an active recording outfit back in 2001. "Four Faradays in a Cage" is its fourth production, and was released in June of 2010.

"Four Faradays in a Cage" is a production I'd describe as a gem for the chosen few. Instrumental, improvisational music that focuses on specific moods and constellations to a greater degree than alterations and variations, elaborating subtle changes over time rather than moving towards a sound or a different variety within the same construction. Experimental guitar 80's Frippian-style and space-tinged keyboard motifs backed by mostly energetic rhythms are the main components, and for a key audience I'd suggest any nearby space cadets to get on to this shuttle to sample this particular environment, alongside diehard followers of Fripp's guitar antics and those inspired by them.

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