The Dark Third (2LP)
This is how British new art rock in the year 2007 sounds like: The long
opener with its slide guitar sound distantly reminds of the early Pink
Floyd; what follows offers unequalled opportunities: refined pop music
combined with fussy rock elements and pompous, powerful progressive rock
influences from a more recent mould, soft psychedelias, spacey copious
fragments and Muse-like synth arpeggios.
All this is blended together in an unusual way that is hard to define.
Spherical guitar and keyboard sounds are music-beneficial, and not at all
conspicuous, much agreeable to the regular change from male to female
voice - or both combined - including clever, interlacing Beach-Boysian vocal arrangements.
'Pure Reason Revolution will be huge! That's for sure. Already on their debut album 'The Dark Third', this sext
02. Goshens Remains
03. Apprentice Of The Universe
04. The Bright Ambassadors Of Morning
05. Nimos And Tambos
06. Voices In Winter
03. He Tried To Show Them Magic
04. In Aurelia
05. Borgens Vor
06. The Exact Colour
07. The Txyncyn