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Music Review: Red Black Red – ‘Resettlement’ Expands the Boundaries of Rock Music

Red-Black-Red

'Resettlement' delivers an amalgamation of prog-rock, alt-rock, gospel exuberance, dynamic stasis, and frictional harmonics into innovative, matchless music - like something out of a futuristic sonic factory, where wild residual energy merges with the digital.

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Music Review: Lowpines – ‘In Silver Halides’ Exudes Lush Shimmering Flows of Soft Prog Rock

The highlights of 'In Silver Halides' are the silky-smooth melodies and Deakin’s hushed velvety voice. This is an album rife with beautiful, soft music tip-toeing between orchestral prog rock and buttery acoustic/classicism. 'In Silver Halides' projects lush excellence.

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Music Review: Staring Into Nothing – ‘Power’ Oozes Gleaming Prog Rock With Edgy Lyrics

Power (Staring Into Nothing)

'Power' is a strong album, especially if you’re into gleaming prog rock. The melodies ooze undulating waves of harmonic colors and the vocal harmonies complement the expansive nature of the music. Staring Into Nothing has produced an assertive album worth listening to.

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Music Review: Demir Demirkan – ‘Awakening’ EP (War III) Encompasses Power and Elegance

demir

'Awakening' delivers wildly muscular music with subtle, effective elegance rarely associated with metal. The result is contagious, textured melodies and weighty rhythmic components buffed to a sophisticated polish. In short, 'Awakening' is skillfully wrought music.

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Music Review: Eric Anders – ‘Eleven Nine’ Dispenses Folksy Prog-Rock Flavors and Political Criticism

Eric Anders - Eleven Nine

'Eleven Nine' is a strong album, especially if you’re a fan of Neil Young. The melodies, although a bit lugubrious, are catchy, and Anders’ voice is easy to listen to. Whether you agree or disagree with the political implications, 'Eleven Nine' is worthwhile simply for the music.

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