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ASCORBIC ACID is an jazz rock band from Moscow founded in 2010. The group recorded two albums up to this point and is consisted of Dmity SHISKIN (from progressive folk group RADA & TERNOVNIK), Krishna RADOGOR, Sergey LOBZHANIDZE and Dmitry LOSEV, while on the first record their drummer was Sergey BOLOTIN from SILENCE KIT and the more known post rock group BOSCH'S WITH YOU. They play an eclectic instrumental rock influenced by jazz, modern classical music and others.

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 People by ASCORBIC ACID album cover Studio Album, 2016
4.61 | 14 ratings

Ascorbic Acid Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Rychard

5 stars The album People is a perfect example of how Prog music is not always easy to fit in one genre. I would say traces of Symphonic, Jazz of course, and at times, even some really Heavy parts can be found here. While listening through it, you find yourself amazed at first just counting or realizing the different places the songs take you through. But then, you are struck by the amazing saxo, and suddenly, it's impossible and uncomfortable to count anymore. When saxo joins violin, it's an awesome material, through which you can flow easily, given it ends after little more than 45 minutes.

I really hope wider community gets to review this album, as it deserves attention, surely. It's so pleasing. While I understand there is a lot of good music and albums should be rated carefully, this one, I can say, is an exception, as it fits my taste exceptionally.

Thanks to historian9 for the artist addition.

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