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Nova Collective (USA) for Fusion / Eclectic Prog

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Topic: Nova Collective (USA) for Fusion / Eclectic Prog
Posted By: ProgCandles
Subject: Nova Collective (USA) for Fusion / Eclectic Prog
Date Posted: March 08 2017 at 10:20
Nova Collective (USA) for Fusion / Eclectic Prog

Today I discovered an interesting new band "Nova Collective" !!! I can think of is that they have recently held their debut album "2017 - The Further Side". Officially it will be released in 10.03.17. But I managed to listen online today the entire album. (I'm Russian - and we have the Internet more possibilities Подмигивание ). I couldn't find information about the group. But it is worthy music. May you succeed better than me. I think that group can be put in the category of Fusion/Jazz-Rock, or Eclectic Prog category.

Nova Collective - 2017 - The Further Side

1. Dancing Machines. 9:46
2. Cascades. 6:54
3. Air. 6:51
4. State of Flux. 9:40
5. Ripped Apart and Reassembled. 5:42
6. The Further Side. 8:59

Total Time: 47:55

- Dan Briggs / Bass
- Matt Lynch / Drums
- Pete Jones / Keyboards
- Richard Henshall / Guitar" rel="nofollow -

Posted By: Magnum Vaeltaja
Date Posted: March 09 2017 at 20:31
I can only stream 2 of the tracks, but from what I've heard I think that they'd fit quite well in eclectic. I'll share this thread with the team and should be able to make a more informed evaluation once the album is officially released. Thanks for sharing.

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Posted By: Garlop
Date Posted: March 10 2017 at 08:51
The kinda sound more like a modern version of all the big jazz/fusion bands of the seventies with a prog metal approach. What I m saying is that really dont know if eclectic is the right category.

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Posted By: Rivertree
Date Posted: March 11 2017 at 09:53
great album indeed Clap I tend to file this under jazz/fusion ...
either way - eclectic team has adopted this issue

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