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"This album gives it all – progressive, jazz, funk, blues, flamenco, tech-death, classical, even trance. Vishal Singh’s music has evolved to the point where it took me 8 listens to be even vaguely confident about writing a review. But that does not imply it being a blatant display of virtuosity and technical prowess. The slower passages accentuate the dystopian feel that this album tries to get across quite succinctly, and the last track “The Collapse of Q-Web And Osiris” portrays the revival of humanity exceedingly well." - Headbangers India
Banco del Mutuo Soccorso - Darwin
I just grew to a new level hipster. My buddy got me into a bit of late 70’s Italian progressive rock. This is the entire album “Darwin” by Banco del Mutuo Soccorso, one of many bands that fit the genre. They make The Mars Volta seem way less original than fans may believe. Check it out if you’re feeling… open-minded.
Personally, I like the way the groove plows in at the beginning of whatever song starts at 26:25.