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I A MOON

North Sea Radio Orchestra

 

Prog Folk

4.21 | 82 ratings

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Warthur
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5 stars North Sea Radio Orchestra's fourth album finds their chamber folk approach polished to perfection. At this stage the group's music now occupies a perfect midway point between chamber folk and chamber classical, with interventions from synthesisers and twinkling bells adding an eccentric, experimental twist to proceedings. Ending up in a unique musical territory in a zone between folk, classical and prog that nobody suspected existed, I a Moon stakes out North Sea Radio Orchestra to be a truly original musical act - though prog fans may come to it via the Cardiacs connection, they sound like nothing else other than themselves, occupants of a strange satellite newly discovered in the musical cosmos.
Warthur | 5/5 |

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