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Tides From Nebula

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3.30 | 18 ratings | 1 reviews | 22% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Safehaven (5:30)
2. Knees To The Earth (5:17)
3. All The Steps I've Made (4:49)
4. The Lifter (6:01)
5. Traversing (6:28)
6. Colour Of Glow (3:30)
7. We Are The Mirror (5:47)
8. Home (6:21)

Total time 43:43

Line-up / Musicians

- Adam Waleszyński / guitar
- Maciej Karbowski / guitar, synth
- Przemek Węgłowski / bass
- Tomasz Stołowski / percussion

- Bela Komoszyńska / vocals

Releases information

Artwork: Matthias Heiderich

CD Mystic Production ‎- MYSTCD 298 (2016, Poland)

LP+CD Long Branch Records ‎- 269861 LP+CD (2016, Europe) Full album on both media

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TIDES FROM NEBULA Safehaven ratings distribution

(18 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(22%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(39%)
Good, but non-essential (22%)
Collectors/fans only (11%)
Poor. Only for completionists (6%)

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Review by kev rowland
3 stars Tides From Nebula are an instrumental post rock progressive Polish quartet, comprising Adam Waleszyński (guitar), Maciej Karbowski (guitar, keyboards, piano), Przemysław Węgłowski (bass) and Tomasz Stołowski (drums). Released in 2016, this was their fourth full- length studio album, and shows a band as much influenced by Muse as much as they have been by Tool, and even Jean Michel Jarre and Kraftwerk. That's not to say that there are swathes of endless snyth layers, but rather that musically they come across with many broad repeated strokes of the musical palette as opposed to anything that is sharp, vibrant and staccato.

The result is an album which in many ways quite dreamy, taking the listener away into a more reflective world, but the main issue is the lack of dynamics within, which means that after a short while the listener starts to become quite bored with music which seems to be all working at exactly the same level. It's not that there is anything inherently bad with what they are doing, just that one wishes for a bit more life within it. Krautrock for a modern age? Maybe, but while there is definitely a place for this style, and it is well played, it's just not for me.

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