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Ali Ferguson


Crossover Prog

3.94 | 33 ratings

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4 stars Really gorgeous and soothing neo-spacerock. I had never heard of this artist, but he does a great job in recreating what Pink Floyd did so well.

Long songs/compositions with an emphasis on creating soundscapes and atmoshere to daydream. The production is very clear and open. The vocals are very good and not all irritating. Maybe because most of the songs are with two voices (male and female). The drums are programmed, but you can't hardly hear it, they sound very human/acoustic.

The guitar sounds somewhat like David Gilmour. The music itself is reminiscent of Pink Floyd, RPWL, (soft-) Porcupine Tree, Airbag. The compositions are not very progressive, don't expect polyrhythms, lots of solos etc. The music is more meant to be dreamy and atmospheric.

The artist is categorized as crossoverprog, but I think it's more spacerock (like Pink Floyd and RPWL).

Kingsnake | 4/5 |


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