Sunday, 22 March 2020

Gamma Repeater - G. R. (2017)


The one and only album from this US band.

The band was a quartet with a lineup of electric piano, bass, drums, percussion, guitars, keyboards and vocals. Both male and female vocals.
Two guest musicians provided guitars and flute. 

I do not know the band at all. They comes from Portland on the north-west coast of USA. Their album is a Bandcamp name-your-price album and I do not think the band has much of a following outside their local area. 

The music is pretty much art-rock. Art-rock with a lot of indie and some Americana influences. There are also some neo-prog and mainstream rock influences and stuff here.

The cover art-work is a bit of a mystery as there is no space rock or psych rock here. 

The vocals are OK and acceptable. Actually, make that good. The vocals are good.

The musicians is doing their best during this almost fifty minutes long album. There are some good guitars here.

The quality of the songs leaves a lot to be desired. There is nothing here that really drags me into this album. 

This is a decent album but just that.

2 points





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