Artist/ Band: Audiosynchrocy
Year of Release: 2003
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- Audiosynchrocy hails from Southern California and has been in existence for 2 years, as of this review. A bit of history, taken from their website (click on the CD cover). Both Trevor and Dudley have 20 + years of musical experience in progressive rock and jazz/fusion genre. Dudley recently worked with Keith Emerson on his Christmas CD. Jake has worked with artists such as John Goodsall of Brand X, as well as recording with T Lavitz of the Dixie Dregs.
In a nutshell Audiosynchrocy's self titled debut sounds like a cross between Gentle Giant & U.K. with some great interplaying between guitar/keyboard/violin. This combined with some quirky style vocals that are very reminiscent of Danny Elfman. Half the CD is instrumental of which I prefer more than the vocal based songs. Mainly because the vocals do take many listening times to finally warm my ears to.
Audiosynchrocy could go either direction and still be successful. This is one of the best debuts I've heard in years and hopefully these guys will reach more listeners soon. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on March 14th, 2003
- 1. Merrily Barreling Through Barely [6:04]
- 2. Turn It Down [4:30]
- 3. That Constant Game [5:14]
- 4. Aerial View [2:07]
- 5. Road to Europa [8:20]
- 6. You, He, She, It! [5:57]
- 7. Searchng... [4:21]
- 8. Let It Ring [7:19]
- 9. House of Broken Mirrors [2:40]
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