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“Happily, such major anticipation hasn't stifled MGMT's creativity, judging by the beautifully hazy, breezy harmonies of opening track It's Working or the rousing dynamism that shoots through the album's nine numbers (such as Siberian Breaks, which swells impressively from acoustic to electronic symphony with a pointedly 'proggy' track length of 12 minutes).”
“You may want to have a look at it because this new "proggy" is also "super fast" when it scans.”
“Galaxy 66," on the other hand, proves that these three ordinary-looking Midwestern cats could kick the jams out just as hard without any lyrics at all (and without getting too "proggy" in the process).”
“Hard enough, at least, that proggy metal band Kylesa is probably only the seventh or eighth sludgiest band in town, and that's not even counting its neighbors Baroness.”
“Named for a failed uprising in 19th-century Russia, the group has made intricate, winsome, at times tediously proggy music that extrapolates on source material like "T á in B ó C ú ailnge" an early 12th-century Irish mythological epic and Japanese folk tales.”
“Elsewhere, they doff their wizard hats to proggy excess with a medieval "interlude" and the baroque flourishes of the title track.”
“If a reviewer describes some new band as "proggy ambient acid neurotech funk house" I actually have some idea what that might sound like, but at some point don't we have to say that this attempt to genrefy everything has become ridiculous?”
“And the sad thing is, there will be some kid out there that will decide he likes that style and will listen to nothing but proggy ambient acid neurotech funk house.”
“Also, since you like proggy music, Lunatic Soul has a self-titled debut album that is really good; it is a project from the lead singer of Riverside.”
“The gig becomes a mixture of proggy musical adventure and Phoenix Nights turn.”
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