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wars inside and out
"[W]ith 'Dirt Drop City,' the band does what it does best: Make rich, absolutely gorgeous music that pulls at your soul in the way the classics are capable of doing. Even the small explosions of rock are tangible. You feel each note in your bones."
“One of the few straightforward and linear moments — and indeed, one of the few times when the band allows a glimpse into what's at the core of this cryptic and beguiling album — is on "Salute the Weak," where metal power chords dance with softer notes and patchworks of music, creating a dissonance that is somehow melodic and, in its own odd way, beautiful.”
“Bury Me Standing is a new one to me, and a welcome addition to my musical experience. It’s an eclectic arrangement, that blends a xylophone, upright bass, and drums. Vocalist Burcu Gulec has a beautiful voice—deep and tightly controlled. I get a weird mix of international sounds from this band—sometimes it sounds like they’re channeling some Celtic elements, and at others I get some Latin beats. The set never slows down for a second, with some precise drum work, and a great blend of instrumentation and unique music.”
““Ederlezi” isn’t just world music. It’s not new-world music. It’s basically the music of all worlds and all times, mashed up into one and presented to the listener in song that draws on all elements equally to create a singular experience.”
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