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Saturday, 28 January 2012

Elephant9 - Walk The Nile [2010]

I've got something a little different for you today. Elephant9 is a band that I only discovered recently, and one with a small discography; indeed, they only have two albums to my knowledge. However, after hearing this, I shall be looking forward to any future releases. What these Norwegians have produced is a delightfully jazzy take on prog rock - now, I know I'm not usually the one who posts prog around here, and in fact, have been known to utter the words 'prog fag shit', but this instrumental band deviates so much from the ironically tired cornerstones which formulate recent prog that even someone as grumpy and curmudgeonly as I cannot deny its quality. Whatever your usual taste is, I recommend this as objectively good music.

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