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THE INTERSPHERE RELATIONS IN THE UNSEEN REVIEW 2014

 

THE INTERSPHERE - RELATIONS IN THE UNSEEN

LONG BRANCH RECORDS / SPV

MARCH 18 2014

 

 

Unusually for a German band The Inter Sphere plays a brand of music that would pin it with bands like Muse, Dredg, Billy Talent, and Karnivool rather than any of their home-grown contemporaries. It’s a sound that suits them well and manages to harness power, earnestness and pop sensibilities while striving to be ‘progressive’ in the modern sense of the word (these days it seems to get levelled at any band that doesn’t play verse-chorus-verse-chorus!). There is also an eighties pop sentiment that seems to underpin the album not a million miles away from bands like Tears for Fears and A-Ha, had they upped the guitar and turned down the keys…

 

If you like your music bright and uplifting with a modern taste then ‘Relations in Unseen’ follows where ‘Hold On, Liberty!’  left off.  The best track here is the title track and opener which pretty much has it all.

 

 

by Leslii Phillips

 

THE INTERSPHERE RELATIONS IN THE UNSEEN ALBUM REVIEW 2014