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ONE TIME FOR ALL TIME

65DaysOfStatic

 

Post Rock/Math rock

4.05 | 104 ratings

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progadicto
4 stars Definetively, "One Time for All Time" is a step beyond than their first release, "The Fall of Math". Music here is tighter than in his debut, turning every song into a hard, deep and sad journey. However there are many similarities with "The Fall": JoeFro guitars are still chilling and electronic bases works perfectly as a solid background in every track. The most important difference is the use of more elements to create some really great athmospheres based on rhythmical sudden shocks and electronics. That's the reason why this album sounds a little light and melodic than the previous one but still raw and powerful.

The opener Drove Through Ghosts To Get Here is really a great song which starts with a slow and melancholic piano. The rhytmical base begin to get faster and faster in the middle of the song leading to an epical grand finale. Await Rescue is an awsome song with complex and fast rhythmical sections and walls of sounds built by guitars. 23Kid opens with a slow and floating rhythmical guitar, Slowly the songs turns into an epical and constant crescendo which ends with the same melodic firts part of the song. Welcome To The Times is a little weak, but still good and sad. Mean Low Water is dominated by another complex drum base and electronics. Again, there's a constant sensation of angst through every note. Climbing On Roofs (Desperate Edit) is a kind of intermezzo that sounds disposable in the first 30 seconds but suddenly turns into a hard piece of music. The Big Afraid is another short song but in this case, electronics, some percussions and guitar creates a sad athmosphere. 65 Doesn't Understand You starts with a melodic intro that leads into another chaotic but still enjoyable section dominated by electronics and guitars. Very powerful and epical song. At last, Radio Protector... It's strange but for moments I swear that I'm listening some Explosions in the Sky rare track cos this songs have a melodic but intrincated intro, a middle powerful section with piano and hard and chaotic guitars and a very athmospherical closing section.

Definetively a great album. 3.8*

progadicto | 4/5 |

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