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This band from Belovar Croatia shows enough confidence in themselves that they proclaim to be a progressive rock band like any other. They do everything by themselves from the writing process to the production and directing their own videos. One thing sure is they have a good sense of humor. This is a trio that plays an unclassifiable kind of rock, heavy, funky, noisy, or alternative. They have been touring the European Festival with their first two EPs alongside bands such as The BLACK KEYS, ARCADE FIRE, PIXIES, and others. The band has been compared to bands such as ALICE IN CHAINS, MARS VOLTA, PRIMUS, or FAITH NO MORE, but they really have their own sound. This quote from the band's bio resume it all: '' Prog rock-pop space noise trio which will change your percpetion of how a modern rock trio sounds.''

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The Future Miss Sunshine
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Don't Pick Your Noise
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Dancing Maze

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 Dancing Maze by THEM MOOSE RUSH album cover Studio Album, 2020
4.00 | 2 ratings

Dancing Maze
Them Moose Rush Heavy Prog

Review by Grumpyprogfan

4 stars Clocking in a little over 36 minutes, "Dancing Maze" is my favorite hard rock album of the year. The band describe themselves as a "prog rock-pop space noise trio which will change your percpetion of how a modern rock trio sounds.'' Sure did for me. TMR has a rhythm section to die for and a highly emotional vocalist who's not afraid to let it rip.  They have been a band for over eight years and this is their third full length disc. They also have three EP's. I wasn't aware of them until spring this year and quickly became a fan. First off, this music is fun. It makes you want to sing, dance, or be foolish, and the world needs more of that. Try and listen to "Judes Got Another" without it putting a smile on your face. Watch the video, and experience the humor this band possesses. With titles like "Jerry's Bacon Flavored Vegan Potion" or "Chris's Cake Crisis" it's fair to say TMR don't take themselves too seriously. And that's why I dig them so much. Finally, even though the mix is a bit crushed, the music benefits from it. Thought I would never say that.

3.5 stars rounded up. 

 Don't Pick Your Noise by THEM MOOSE RUSH album cover Studio Album, 2018
4.00 | 2 ratings

Don't Pick Your Noise
Them Moose Rush Heavy Prog

Review by Grumpyprogfan

4 stars The instant I heard TMR I had that feeling you get when a power trio kicks out some serious rock and roll. A jolt of electricity flowing through your body. Raw, heavy, thick, and catchy. Made my day. So who was this trio, and what magic gives them control of these infectious grooves? Is it the production, the music, the musicians, or all of the above?

This album clocks in at 43 minutes and not a moment is wasted. If I could compare TMR to other bands; Sabbath, Mars Volta, Primus, and Radiohead may be included, but they really have their own thing going. The vocalist has a screamy high pitched timbre that fits the music like a glove. I could see it offending some, but tough. Each song on this release is' better than the last and it ends with the amazing "Whim". Really superb songwriting. When you reach the end you will want to play it again. Other highlights are "Lethal Dose of Pretty" and "Dreydribble". This is not overproduced, sure some backing vocals are, but the instrumentation is not, and the recording sounds thick and rich. This would be a must see live show that would sound equal or better than the album.

I could gush about TMR even more, but I'll stop and let you check them out yourself.

Thanks to rdtprog for the artist addition.

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