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Japanese band Being & Time is a duo consisting of bassist Hiroshi Tsukagoshi and multi-instrumentalist Fuyuhiko Tani. In 2007 they decided to start recording material for a CD, and for the next year or so compositions were written, recorded and assembled.

In 2009 they were signed by Intermusic and Musea Records for the Japanese home market and international market respectively, shortly followed by the release of their self-titled debut album.

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Being & Time Neo-Prog

Review by Windhawk
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3 stars Being & Time is a project set up by a Japanese duo, and their self-titled album is their first effort.

Cold synths and keyboards dominate the the efforts on this CD, while programmed heavy drum beats sets up the rhythmic foundation in a pretty neat manner. The latter a tad more sterile than what the real thing provides, but better utilized on this occasion than many others I know of.

Melodic guitar soloing and wandering clean guitar patterns are the remaining elements, as well as a few select samples. And in style this pretty much adds up to a classic neo-progressive sound - albeit with a distinctly colder mood. A few ventures feature distorted guitar riffs and more of a fusion-tinged territory, but by and large an album that should appeal to fans of Neo this one.

Promising debut.

Thanks to windhawk for the artist addition.

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