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Paths and Angles

by Incandescent Sky

Neo-Progressive Texturalists. Curious instrumentals, full of melodic and rhythmic invention.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. There Is Hope
3:58 album only
2. Ataranxiety
7:25 album only
3. Angles
7:19 album only
4. The Path of Resistance
5:56 album only
5. Inside Irises
6:52 album only
6. After All
5:31 album only
7. The May Rules
10:50 album only
8. Trade Winds
7:16 album only


Album Notes
it's Twilight Time and NoisyNoise present the second quartet recording from progressive texturalists Incandescent Sky. Eight new works of melodic and rhythmic invention. Out of Town and Country Opinions:

"The eight compositions that integrate this album can best be described on the whole as ethereal Progressive Rock, of a melodic instrumental character. Incandescent Sky practise imaginative musical arguments with a very good basis, both in the rhythmic and melodic aspects. Well wrapped into convincing arrangements, ambient textures and a perfect sonority, the music has a pleasant freshness. A true delight for the ears from the first to the last theme."
- ALEJANDRO HINOJOSA, Amazing Sounds, Spain.

"Incandescent Sky has produced a very mature, exciting and well produced CD that should be heard by all fans of intelligent prog-related instrumental music. Recommended."
- MARC ROY, Proggnosis, Canada

"This is Incandescent Sky's second release, following past themes and flavors, again an amalgamation of Gong, its many offshoots, Ozric Tentacles, Group 87, King Crimson, Frippian side projects, and, of course, drummer John Orsi's historied catalogue of progressive ensembles marked by literate attentions to spirit and execution. However, I. Sky opens wide to not only the above but also a wealth of various other similar styles and influences, tucking each deeply into a baseline lying athwart prog, chamber, jazz and dream." - MARC S. TUCKER,, USA



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