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    Posted: 29 Sep 2012 at 8:45pm
I'm going to stop doing "normal" reviews and do a weekly thing where I post some blurbs for albums. I find writing long reviews to challenging and too time consuming, whereas blurbs are nice, short and simple and I can get right to the point.
So, here's today's post:

Trioscapes – “Separate Realities” (2011): Fantastic heavy fusion. Great songs, love 'em all. Insane amount of musicianship. Perfect for any jazz lover or metal head.

Charts and Maps – “Dead Horse” (2009): Really great Jazzy Math rock with Post rock overtones. Every song is a masterpiece. Shame they broke up.

I am Three People – “Explore the Vertical” (2012): Some pretty damned good Progressive metal.

The Cozmik Orketsrah – “Spontaneous Fingerfood” and “Blackhawk” (2010): Very unique rock. It’s all improvised by three guys. It’s sometimes wacky, sometimes explorative and experimental, and sometimes funky.

“No New York” (1978): Classic avant-garde punk compilation, produced by Brian Eno. Features songs by The Contortions, Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, mars, and DNA, one of my favorite bands of all time. Amazing.

Laurena Segura – “Permafrost” (2011): Really beautiful and really good indie folk.

Queen - “Greatest Hits” (1992): Pretty much the only essential Queen album, in my opinion.

Vompatti – “Reverberations of a Disquieting Wall” (2011): Fantastic ambient soundscape. A little repetitive after a while, but good.

Rush – “2112” (1976): Really great heavy prog album. But overrated. Rush did much better. Still really good, though. Especially the second side.

Lucas Bielejewski – “2 Fast 2 Swizzle” (2012): Amazing, complex math rock with incredibly fast guitar playing. AND SO MANY TIME SIGNATURE CHANGES! Mind-blowingly amazing. The lyrics are fantastically goofy. Some of it also reminds me of some of Lemon Demon’s early output. BEST. MATH ROCK. EVER.
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