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DEADFILE is an orchetral post rock band formed on the island of Corfu in Greece in 2010 by Filitsa GEKA (Vocals), Mara KATRANTSIOTI (Vocals), Maria MALTEZOU (Flute / Vocals), Christina PAPALITSA (Cello), Sotiris SOTIRIOU - (Violin), Kostas LYKOS (Bass), Nikos KRASOPOULOS (Guitar), Kostas AVLONITIS - (French Horn), Aristotelis KROKIDIS (Drums), Theodoros ANTHIS (Guitar / Vocals), and Vassilis PRAGRATIS (Piano/ samples). The band plays a blend of cinematic rock, post rock, and psychedelic rock for a very unique and interesting sound.

The band released three albums in 2012, their self-titled debut on May 1, another titled Applied Oneironics on May 15, and an EP titled Other on August 22. The band's next album, The City over the Void was not released until 2014.

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Applied Oneironautics
Deadfile Post Rock/Math rock

Review by Psychedelic Paul

— First review of this album —
3 stars File under philosophical Post Rock. If you've ignored Greek prog up to now, then that may be the worst decision since Socrates decided to drink the hemlock. Deadfile are from the sun-kissed island of Corfu in northwestern Greece and where, during the hazy lazy days of summer, there's ample time to study your flip-flops on the beach, whilst contemplating the Oneness of Being and Nothingness - as you do. After all, they don't call this kind of thoughtful, reflective music "Shoegazing" for nothing. The haunting, cinematic music of the enigmatically-tilled "Applied Oneironautics" is as creepy and suspense-filled as a Hitchcock thriller where, at any moment, you half-expect a knife-wielding maniac dressed in women's clothes to leap out of the shadows - although it's probably just transvestite comedian Eddie Izzard playing a prank again. Okay, so the music's not as thrilling as Sharon Stone's unforgettable leg-crossing scene in Basic Instinct, but at least no one dies here. Adding to the evocative atmosphere and meditative mood are the delicate tinkling ivories of a classical piano, combined with floating ethereal voices that drift gently in and out of the consciousness like a distant dream. The calm, tranquil atmosphere of this deeply hypnotic album makes it ideal listening for late at night with the lights turned down low, so if you're not fast asleep and dead to the world by the end of this introspective album, then you're either an insomniac, or you drank too much coffee before heading up the stairs to Bedfordshire. All in all then, "Applied Oneironautics" is as studious and thoughtful as a night spent in a Greek temple under the stars, contemplating the meaning of life, love and happiness, or wondering what on earth Level 42 is in The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. Following this auspicious debut, Deadfile released two further equally intriguing albums:- "The City Over the Void" (2014) and "The Oddity of Human Structures" (2019), and it's their third album where Deadfile really comes to life!
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