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interspheres atmospheres


 
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01 right through me
02 prodigy composers
03 ghostwriter
04 snapshot
05 early bird
06 in satellites
07 I have a place for you on google earth
01 interspheres >< atmospheres
02 state of the divine
03 soapbubbles in the rain
04 the far out astronaut
05 tear down the walls
 
The avid listener can detect the trails left by 40 years of rock history and still be surprised by The Intersphere’s strongest talent: they have created a distinctly original sound that is in¬fluenced but not dominated by others. Recorded in Horus Sound Studio in Hannover under the direction of producer Fabio Trentini (Guano Apes, H-Blockx) frontman Hessler, guitarist Thomas Zipner, Sebastian Wagner (bass), and drummer Moritz Müller have delivered 12 songs with such originality that it makes it hard to place them into just one category. They mix art rock with alternative, throw in a bit of spring reverb that ¬oats the psychedelic guitars and creates a sound that is beyond hippie beatitude. Powerful and post-rock-modern, their sound creates the image and smell of thrashing mobs in sweaty t-shirts in small clubs and on summer festivals. If the guys are half as cool as their songs, than they will be able to handle the upcoming comparisons with bands like Muse, Dredg, or Incubus. Especially since The Intersphere, with all their infatuation with experimentation, have never let themselves be distracted from the essence of a good song: fabricating melodies that anchor themselves a little deeper into your subconscious the more often you hear them. In short, an album that sounds as if Pink Floyd and The Police got together over a couple of magic cigarettes and talked about concept albums and perfect drummers and exchanged the recipe for the perfect song at the end of the night.
 
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