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DUST AND DISQUIET

Caspian

Post Rock/Math rock


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4.00 | 12 ratings | 2 reviews | 17% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Separation No. 2 (3:08)
2. Ríoseco (7:52)
3. Arcs of Command (8:48)
4. Echo and Abyss (5:44)
5. Run Dry (4:35)
6. Equal Night (1:56)
7. Sad Heart of Mine (4:27)
8. Darkfield (6:36)
9. Aeternum Vale (2:08)
10. Dust and Disquiet (11:25)

Total Time 56:39

Line-up / Musicians

- Philip Jamieson - guitar, keyboards, synthesizers
- Calvin Joss - guitar
- Joe Vickers - drums
- Erin Burke-Moran - guitar
- Jonny Ashburn - guitar
- Jani Zubkovs - bass guitar

Releases information

Label: Triple Crown Records (U.S.)

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CASPIAN Dust and Disquiet ratings distribution


4.00
(12 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(17%)
17%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(67%)
67%
Good, but non-essential (17%)
17%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
0%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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Review by Mellotron Storm
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4 stars CASPAIN are a six piece, Post rock band out of Massachusetts. They have released five studio albums so far, and "Dust And Disquiet" from 2015 is their third. I also have their second studio record "Waking Season" and both are fine examples of what Post rock is all about. This one certainly triggered my emotions each time I played it, and not all good emotions either. I've been through some stuff and for some reason the two tracks with vocals bring a negative emotion my way. And while I mentioned they are a six piece, you can double that here with all the guests including the singers. I believe this is a first for this band to be employing vocals.

The opener "Separation No. 2" brings a positive emotion with that beautiful atmosphere. More of that on the next track "Rioseco" created by the guitars and keys, but check out the guest strings as well. Great track where it turns powerful, but there's also this majesty as well about it. Slide guitar too at one point. "Darkfield" is an example of them going quite heavy before 4 minutes before it relaxes with Post rock styled guitars. The closer and title track is the longest at 11 1/2 minutes and full of contrasts. They get close to metal at times on this record.

This is without question a worthy album in the Post rock tradition. They went all out it seems, adding horns as well on this one. I really feel that if your into this sub-genre you really need to hear this band, and especially the back to back "Waking Season" and "Dust And Disquiet". 4 stars.

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4 stars Caspian began life as a fairly generic post-rock band, one that lacked much substance behind their music. Over the years, they have expanded their sound while still remaining within the general post-rock genre, and their 2015 effort Dust and Disquiet sees them continue to expand and improve their ... (read more)

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