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Founded in 2009 DEAF SCENE is an experimental band based in Baltimore, Maryland. They started as a quartet including vocalist Dillon Sullivan and recorded some demo songs. In May of 2010 their debut album was released when they akready were reduced to an instrumental space rock trio. The self-titled EP demonstrated the trios creative song-writing potential and their powerful brand of loop-infused melodic psychedelic prog rock.

After losing their drummer Rory Brennan in 2012 Dave Fullerton (guitar) and Eric Courtney (bass) produced the followup full-length album 'Three-Pound Universe' in 2013 together with Dave Crozier. This production shows them matured in sound and implementation.

Since then, DEAF SCENE has played hundreds of shows and festivals across the east coast and midwest of the USA. The second full length album 'Chimera' is their first featuring new drummer Brett Schatz, slated for release in early 2017. Named after the mythical beast composed of three separate animals, the album feels cohesive while simultaneously representative of the style and influences of each individual member.

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 Three-Pound Universe by DEAF SCENE album cover Studio Album, 2014
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Three-Pound Universe
Deaf Scene Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by LearsFool
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4 stars A nice album of space rock that leans heavily on modern trends. Deaf Scene's first LP features phenomenal work by all three members that ends up guiding listeners through a wonderful instrumental soundscape. "Rijal" accomplishes with guitars what otherwise would have to be done with synths, in fact matching Queen in that sense, and features interesting voice samples. "Building Buildings" is a signature track for the band, very smooth and flawlessly played, with the best guitars on the album. The opener is the other really great track, a neat lead-in for the record. Otherwise, this is a decent work, with their new space being quite enjoyable. Side Two is better than Side One overall. Highly recommended.
Thanks to rivertree for the artist addition.

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