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“The third and final band on Friday night’s bill is a newer one, post-grunge progressive outfit Awake to a Dream. And, despite the name, their music has nothing to do with the film Inception. Instead, they’re blending sounds from the early 90s with modern progressive rock. The outcome is an eclectic styling of music that takes unexpected turns in genre and structure. Live performance by Awake to a Dream is generally amusing with it’s between-song banter, group members “quitting” mid show, and the possibility of a ukulele solo. Also keep in mind that these guys will be releasing their first album on New Year’s Eve at The Coach and Horses.”
“They’re blues, alternative rock, and experimental thrown in a blender and stored in a hot garage in 1993. Songs they cover become their own, and songs of their own are distinctive and fun.”
“Somewhere between ’90s grunge and 2000′s indie prog, you’ll find these guys. They never get too intricate and never sacrifice the melody for an miscued time change.”