Orpheus Nine | Transcendental Circus

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Transcendental Circus

by Orpheus Nine

Modern progressive rock with infusions of classical, jazz, metal, and electronica.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Of Zygotes and Grace Notes
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2. Eightfold Way
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3. Fetish
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4. Hand of Make-Believe
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5. No Illusions
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6. Age of Rhyme and Reason
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7. Transcendental Circus I: Barcarolle of Bedlam
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8. Transcendental Circus II: Hallowed Playground
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9. Transcendental Circus III: Intergalactic Clown Festival
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10. Transcendental Circus IV: Swimming in Our Four O'Clock Tea
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11. Transcendental Circus V: Not Within the Memory of Elephants
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12. Transcendental Circus VI: Freak Tent Mausoleum
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13. Reaper's Carousel
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14. Sandcastles
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15. The Fall of the House of Keys
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Orpheus Nine emerged with an "instant classic" (ProgArchives) in 2017's Transcendental Circus. While the centerpiece is its six-part, nearly-22-minute title track, the NJ-based quartet deftly balances virtuosity with emotion and melody in every one of this album's "beautifully crafted songs" (PROG). Listeners to this "very impressive debut" (Progression) have cited elements of ELP, King Crimson, Rush, Saga, Styx, Genesis, Frank Zappa, Gentle Giant, Spock's Beard, The Flower Kings, Yes, Marillion, and Return to Forever -- yet any past influence quickly yields to the fresh sound of a band focused on future possibilities.

The album has garnered rave reviews, with PROG Magazine declaring that "Orpheus Nine are among the best bands ploughing this ageless furrow."

JASON KRESGE - keyboards & lead vocals
MATT ULLESTAD - guitars
TONY RENDA - bass & backing vocals
MARK DEGREGORY - drums/percussion & backing vocals

Lyrics by Jason Kresge
Music by Orpheus Nine

Arranged & produced by Jason Kresge
Recorded & mixed by Eric Rachel at Trax East
Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music

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