Sunday, June 5, 2022

Aisles - Hawaii (2016)

The fourth and so far last album from this band from Chile.

The band was a sextet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.

I knew this band pretty well for many years and this album has been hanging around in my inbox for far too long. Strangely enough, I have not heard anything from this band and their social media channels for a long time.

I am afraid this mean the band has split up. If this is true, that is a great shame.

Their music is a mix of art rock and neo-prog with some symphonic prog elements.

This album is a double album/cd and it is over eighty minutes long.

The songs are not particular long. This album has still got a concept album feel with some instrumental parts.

The music is very melodic without being light and fluffy. The amount of quirky details means this album is not as easy accessible as the big masses would have liked it. This album is a progressive rock album.

The overall quality is good throughout. The vocals also makes it nice on the ears and the details gives the brain a lot of food.

I would recommend this album and this band.

3 points



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