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Originating from Barcelona, Spain, J21 is the sound of Graham Bonnett, Trey Gunn, Alejandro Jadorowsky and Geoff Tyson.Their music is a great mix of crossover pop, indie and last but not least dark and complex new age metal.Their debut release Yellow Mind, Blue Mind was released this year on Voiceprint Records to wide acclaim. Some critics have compared their music to early King Crimson as well as other more adventurous 70's prog bands. To that extent most prog bands in the 70's were adventurous! So great to see these Spanish artists join the club.

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3.40 | 5 ratings
Yellow Mind Blue Mind
3.07 | 8 ratings
Beyond The Holographic Veil

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 Beyond The Holographic Veil by J21 album cover Studio Album, 2011
3.07 | 8 ratings

Beyond The Holographic Veil
J21 Crossover Prog

Review by Marty McFly
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3 stars What a big bunch of musicians, all of those participating on "Beyond the Holographic Veil", isn't it ? Quite a heavy sounding record in general, rarely calm (however only on one song, obviously it's the infamous Calm) and also quite Eclectic / Avant (call it what you wish, the prominent example for this feat is The Jupiter Trilogy). But the most of this album sounds quite alike and fails to move me too much. But if you see past such emotion-full perception, I see nothing evidently wrong with this album, just that it's an average Crossover Progster that's trying to grab your attention.
Thanks to chris s for the artist addition.

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