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Postby LeBaron » 08 Jun 2018, 17:30

TEMPLES Sun Structures

Been playing this one a lot over the past two days
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I really like the use of pulsing electronics and rumbling bass on this, it reminds me of the collab with The Haxan Cloak. I'm on the fence about the use of neoclassical, dark wave, and trip-hop beats though.

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Postby Darkness_Fish » 09 Jun 2018, 14:02

driftin wrote:Image

I really like the use of pulsing electronics and rumbling bass on this, it reminds me of the collab with The Haxan Cloak. I'm on the fence about the use of neoclassical, dark wave, and trip-hop beats though.

They've released a collaboration with Uniform which I really want to hear, too.
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Re: NOW PLAYING.

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Proper energetic and eclectic prog madness. Koenji Hyakkei sets themselves apart from other modern progressive rock groups.

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joels344 wrote:Image

Proper energetic and eclectic prog madness. Koenji Hyakkei sets themselves apart from other modern progressive rock groups.

I've not heard that in ages, or anything else by Tatsuya, if I recall his name correctly. I prefer Ruins, the vocals are more of a struggle with Koenji.
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Re: NOW PLAYING.

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Darkness_Fish wrote:
joels344 wrote:Image

Proper energetic and eclectic prog madness. Koenji Hyakkei sets themselves apart from other modern progressive rock groups.

I've not heard that in ages, or anything else by Tatsuya, if I recall his name correctly. I prefer Ruins, the vocals are more of a struggle with Koenji.


I still need to explore Ruins. It’s strange I haven’t done so already, since I’m huge fan of avant-prog.

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Postby Purgatory Brite » 10 Jun 2018, 17:41

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A fine rock album!

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Postby jimboo » 10 Jun 2018, 17:53

LeBaron wrote:TEMPLES Sun Structures

Been playing this one a lot over the past two days


I was at a wedding last week talking to Adam Smith (keyboards , guitar) , who is my best friends nephew. New music is on the way apparently. The second album didn't touch the heights of Sun . They have parted company with the drummer thank goodness.
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Postby jimboo » 10 Jun 2018, 17:56

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How bizarre , I have been playing them a lot this week , I like T.V Sky best.
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jimboo wrote:
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How bizarre , I have been playing them a lot this week , I like T.V Sky best.

I only bought this because of Dälek. I'm not familiar with Young Gods at all but I'm willing to explore more. Any recommendations?

Anyway...

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You rarely hear electronic music these days sounding so tactile and muscular. I blame the increase of digital only production.

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Postby LeBaron » 11 Jun 2018, 16:25

jimboo wrote:
LeBaron wrote:TEMPLES Sun Structures

Been playing this one a lot over the past two days


I was at a wedding last week talking to Adam Smith (keyboards , guitar) , who is my best friends nephew. New music is on the way apparently. The second album didn't touch the heights of Sun . They have parted company with the drummer thank goodness.


Yeah, I wasn’t into the newer stuff I heard.

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Postby driftin » 11 Jun 2018, 16:30

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Nothing makes me want to listen to something more than this board complaining about it like it's some kids skateboarding outside their house.