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New Jersey based RINSE, REPEAT. was formed in 2007 when guitarist Justin Strollo got a hold of Paul Agemian (programming) via the internet. Both recorded music in a small town in the Pinelands of NJ. Since then, bassist Ted Gorczynski, guitarists Mike Gorczynski and Dave De Tata, percussionist/flutist Ken Ditmars as well as drummer Jayme Rivel completed the line-up.

Musical exploration has always been paramount for the group, and influences include Shpongle, Pink Floyd, Steve Vai, Ott, Porcupine Tree, world music, and many more. Their debut album 'Spin Cycle' (2011) is pushing the boundaries of live electronica and space rock with driving rhythms, complex melodies, soaring guitars and booming basslines.

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Review by Rivertree
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3 stars I assure that this review is not related to shampoo instructions, washing machine promotion or something like that, please stay ... I'm writing about a New Jersey based band which has thrown an interesting debut on the market in 2011, it's called 'Spin Cycle'. Well, this caught my attention due to a favourable blend of (maybe old-fashioned) space rock attitude and (surely new-fashioned) electronica flair. Now that should satisfy the requirements of a first overview. Justin Strollo (guitar, synth) and Paul Agemian (programming), almost representing both poles I assume, eventually converged by coming up to a musical home together.

The cover art speaks for itself, you know ... this has a bit of Mandelbrot fractals which are often pointing to cosmic affairs. Six songs are given here offering real potential. Drums seem to be electronically produced in most parts, which is a minus for me as a (sorry ... maybe old-fashioned) space rock lover. There's also some dub and ethno/world feeling to detect, open-minded trip hop/drum & bass fans will find a home here too. As for that I would call up SeaSky especially due to some additional krautrock appeal (if ever intended).

They reach the peak towards the end - one track crosses the ten minute line, emerges to my highlight - Zoombiance - a wonderful floating piece, enriched with recitative samples. Justin's guitar playing is excellent (as usual), ranging from hallucinatory to metal sentiment. Brainchild is in no way inferior - a spacey/ambient relaxed outfit, although contrasting with a heavily shredding guitar in between. 3.5 stars - 'Spin Cycle' appears as a promising debut album - forward march into the laundry room!

Thanks to rivertree for the artist addition.

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