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Prog Folk

3.64 | 45 ratings

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3 stars From Norway comes Tusmørke meaning Twilight in english is a new band in prog circles, but the musicians involved here are already quite known in this field. The band initialy was called Les Fleurs de Mal and was one of the bands from the '90's with potential conducted by Momrak brothers. The voice of Les Fleurs de Mal - Andreas Prestmo will become the future voice of Wobbler , while Momrak brothers will change the name in Tusmorøke. The first album was released in fall on 2012 and was named Underjordisk Tusmørke meaning Subterranean Twilight. The music offered is progressive folk with some psychedelic passages, very retro in sound, very similar with Jethro Tull (Stand Up or Benefit era) or with Incredible String Band but with that typical nordic feel with a more darker atmosphere. Some great parts here like on first 2 pieces, Fimbul and Watching the moon sail out of the east, great voice aswell and very nice flute parts. Another highlight is The quintesence of elements againa very well performed prog folk tune where the voice and the flute are very well melted with some keyboards, very nice. A nice album with pleasent moments for sure, the psychedelic moments are well integrated in the prog folk passages giving in the end a sound similar with bands from circa 1972, only the production betrays the year of release. 3 stars rounded to 3.5. The CD version has 6 pieces, plus 2 bonuses and one tune from Les Fleurs de Mal period.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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