The Orphics | Purity (The Sun)

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Purity (The Sun)

by The Orphics

Psychedelic, Hypnotic, Avant-Garde Rock, Middle Eastern, Spiritual
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. The Carousel
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2. Grandfather Time
6:33 $0.99
3. Deliverance
6:19 $0.99
4. Face the Music
4:13 $0.99
5. The Queen of the 7 Seas
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6. The Ladder
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7. Metamorphosis
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8. Invisible Man
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9. The Wishing Well
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10. Purity
10:04 $0.99
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The Orphics, named after Orpheus, the Greek god of music, are headed by frontman/accordionist Matt Roth. Inspired by the psychedelic music and spoken word poetry of The Doors, Led Zeppelin's legendary rock creations, the twisted, magical, mysterious melodies of The Beatles, the middle-eastern rock jams of Jane's Addiction, and the powerful riffs of The Cult, and more. Matt Roth and the Orphics have fused both rock and classical instruments to create a strangely compelling and unique middle eastern/ rock tinged sound.

This often darkly evocative music is spiritually driven towards the light. Combined with some great collaborations by top musicians such as Peter Distefano from Porno For Pyros on guitar, Charlie Bisharat on violin from Jane's Addiction ("3 Days," "Of Course"), and Cameron Stone on cello from Poe, plus many other special guests, the Orphics confront the devil, slay demons, and perhaps can lend a guiding light.

John Payne, LA Weekly



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