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DAY AND NIGHT

Dynamo Bliss

 

Crossover Prog

3.84 | 41 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars Third album Day and Night of this little known and in same time young band from Sweden named Dynamo Bliss. This is their second release from 2013 and I thnink their best from all three. I was really impressed by this release. A very solid song writting and overall attitude and ideas. Imagine something between ELO (Electric Light Orchestra), Pink Floyd and Styx the result is Dynamo Bliss. Very refreshing album both in sound and in ideas with many memorable parts, from uptempo moments of The Day The Empire Fell , Solemn Undulating Wave with excellent keyboards and spacey guitar chops to more mid tempo tunes this is a real treat for my ears. I like a lot the vocal parts, very popy but so well integrated in the music. The instrumental sections are killer, really, I never thought that I'll like so much. A piece like .Night Storm will be always a delight for prog listners, some fantastic instrumental passages. This trio really done it with this album, a perfect cross over prog album for all prog lisners. The album can taken from their bandcamp page for free or can name your price for this little treasure. Very solid and damn catchy. 4 stars easy
b_olariu | 4/5 |

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