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Julius Vanderbilt (UK) for "Canterbury scene"

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Topic: Julius Vanderbilt (UK) for "Canterbury scene"
Posted By: Anstey
Subject: Julius Vanderbilt (UK) for "Canterbury scene"
Date Posted: December 05 2019 at 05:12
" Julius Vanderbilt has conjured up another hybrid of 70ís prog, electronic music and jazzy psychedelia with his new Heavy Water project and the eponymous first album.
Sounding like the lost soundtrack to a vintage sci-fi/horror movie, the 11 tracks reflect the dystopian atmosphere of our currently fragmented world, as viewed through the wrong end of a telescope by a 70ís rockband.

"Travel through tricky time signatures and periodic tables on a baroque (un)fairground ride with Heavy Water. On this brief but beautiful trip you'll veer between schoolroom sťance and science lessons, psychedelic slumber songs and microscopic masterpieces on a fantastic, organic, electronic voyage." (Kevin Foakes aka DJ Food/Strictly Kev)" - from Julius Vanderbilt's Bandcamp page.




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Posted By: Rivertree
Date Posted: December 07 2019 at 07:05
good album, there's some canterbury flair for sure
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Posted By: Tapfret
Date Posted: January 17 2020 at 20:55
Added to Eclectic.

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