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DYNAMO SNACKBAR is the brainchild of Joe Lythgoe, hailing from Southport, UK. His music is mainly 70's based ambient electronica, especially from the Berlin & Düsseldorf schools, although it crosses over into some genres of rock, for example progressive space rock. Also amalgamated are the more modern influences of dance music from the 90's, hip-hop and break-beats, infused with Tangerine Dream/Schulze influenced sequencers and rock guitars.

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2.90 | 2 ratings
The Paradox Of Plankton
1.00 | 1 ratings
The Great Silence
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1.00 | 1 ratings

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 The Paradox Of Plankton by DYNAMO SNACKBAR album cover Studio Album, 2017
2.90 | 2 ratings

The Paradox Of Plankton
Dynamo Snackbar Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt
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3 stars UK´s Joe Lythgoe (aka) Dynamo Snackbar: The Paradox of Plankton (2017) is a three track release which kind of gives a new twist to TD´s & Klaus Schulze´s Berlin school musical language methods and adds up a pint of his own made up possibilities.

The good news:

Some truly enjoyable sections of varied electronic music stylings compressed in two 26+- minutes tracks and an 8+- minutes one and then again some originally thought mixtures of less obvious electronic music influences, which if not all that fortunate are quiet daring by being so un Proggy or somehow (voluntarily) far fetched.

The bad rap:

Some very good original musical ideas are buried or ignored for more comfortable and not that unique ones which also end up eating precious time in their execution. More than once recurring to the Berlin school´s founders musical language is not only useless but ultimately senseless and some sections are just too over the top cheesy.



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