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Friday, 13 January 2012

Bohren und der Club of Gore - Gore Motel [1994]

Bohren und der Club of Gore are a respected jazz/drone band or has some people call it doom jazz, with dark ambient and doom metal influences, hope that's enough to tickle your curiosity.
This album is played by a quartet composed by a bassist, a drummer, a keyboardist/vibraphonist and a guitarist, the last one was replaced by a sax player in the albums following the next one and the next one features a far more ambient side that was also carried in later, anyways this is a rhythmic, minimalistic, and odd blend of sounds with a dark metallic atmosphere.

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