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by Opposite Day

Dense jigsaw-puzzle art-pop songs that leverage aggressive instrumentation, jazz complexity, and absurdist lyrics to create “Educational Art-Rock for Animals”
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Radar Face
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2. Panda Formula
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3. Noise Noise
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4. Rules Are Rude
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5. Making Tornadoes
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6. Do over Utopia
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7. All of Our Mission
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8. Life on Mars?
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9. Ribbons and Lasers
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10. Bolero
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Greg Beets at the Austin Chronicle – “Opposite Day seizes the viscera with finely oiled musicianship running headlong into spellbinding time changes, but their appetite for whimsy and subliminal pop smarts steers clear of mathematical vapor lock.”

A review in Chromatique.net (a French prog site) says: “Syncopated, compact, often aggressive, sometimes measured, the fifteen songs leave little respite.”

A review on the Prog Site Expose – “a sonic assault of bass-driven raucous dissonance flirting with RIO and art-rock”

A review of the CD and a show on Progulator – “a canvas for killer jazz guitar melodies, funky bass lines, punk and/ or metal patterns in the drums, and then it all changes again, and the world of progressive rock says, “Thank you.”

Oliver Arditi UK-Based News and reviews focussed on local, independent, leftfield, experimental, progressive or plain good music. – “Jerky funk metal, heavy riffs, layered anthemic choruses, twinkly atmospheres, psychedelic pop, and, yes, prog-rock, all jostle for our ears’ attention, in complex arrangements that always sound coherent and stylistically unified, even as they flip-flop unpredictably from groove to groove.”

A review from Houston Blog Music From The Other Side of the Room – “twisted signatures, math-prig-punk-pop… and the true essence of the concept storyline”

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