- Words: Brion Paul
- Label: Clapping Music
A startling amalgam of disparate influences, this phenomenal gripping work of cerebrum barrowing brilliance drafts the visceral potency and poetry of the orchestra on to a shrewdly conceived post-rock frame. Like truly great music, Fluxís power defies description, existing in itís own careful parallel universe where rivers flow upstream and grand pianos mark every street corner. Perhaps itís the furiously perfect drums, the cello gauges, the ramshackled enveloping instrumentation or the breathy French vocals. Perhaps itís all this, and a whole lot more.
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