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Tusmørke - Osloborgerlig Tusmørke ~ Vardøger og Utburder Vol. 1 ~ CD (album) cover

OSLOBORGERLIG TUSMØRKE ~ VARDØGER OG UTBURDER VOL. 1 ~

Tusmørke

 

Prog Folk

3.79 | 14 ratings

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4 stars Norwegian band TUSMORKE has been a going concern for more than 20 years, but haven't really established themselves as recording artists until the past five years or thereabouts. They have been a creative band for the past few years though, and following their 2012 debut album they now have seven full length studio albums to their name. "Osloborgerlig Tusmorke" is the most recent of these, and is the second studio album released by the band in 2018.

Tusmorke is a band that have many sides to them, and on this particular occasion they have assembled a collection of tunes that celebrate the spirit of vintage era progressive folk rock and vintage era symphonic progressive rock blended into and alternating with the earthen and pastoral landscapes explored. Timeless progressive rock with a vintage feel to it, and with a clear orientation to the folkier parts of the progressive rock universe. An album well worth a check if this is a description that strikes you as interesting.

Windhawk | 4/5 |

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