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Dutch Uncles


Crossover Prog

3.93 | 6 ratings

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4 stars Another great album by this talented band.

The production is better than their previous album. It sounds phatter, more balanced and has a thicker sound. The melodies are great and stick with you. Great vocal hooks, accompanied by great rhythm guitar, solid drumming and a thrubbing basslines. I like the addition of some synths and malletkat in a few songs.

Again the influences of King Crimson, Tears for Fears, Roxy Music and Talking Heads are noticeable. But the band has their own fresh and unique sound. The vocals (as said before) sound like Kate Bush and Brian Ferry, wich (to me) is a good thing.

Great band, great songs, great vocals. Really tight music and a something different than all the neoprog and progmetal and depressive progmusic that seem to dominate these days.

Highly recommended to anyone.

Kingsnake | 4/5 |


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