After Edmund | Times Have Changed

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Times Have Changed

by After Edmund

This release from the Grammy nominated band After Edmund fuses alternative/indie rock, classical, and electronic grooves into a unique style that is both timeless and refreshing. Five Stars!
Genre: Rock: Euro-Rock
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2. Sunshine
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3. Dance Like You're From the Future
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4. Monster
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5. Klavierzeiten
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6. Times Have Changed
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The title behind the Grammy-nominated After Edmund’s latest EP “Times Have Changed” is especially telling considering the foursome’s impressive musical evolution since last year’s DVD/EP set “Spaceships & Submarines.” Sure, the group’s introspective songwriting and innovative musical experimentation remains intact, though thanks to newly explored terrain in the dance-laden pop/alternative rock direction, the half dozen tracks contained therein are nothing short of a synth-saturated throwdown of spiritually provocative proportions. “Dance Like Your From the Future” literally glows like a pristine vision of outer space, “Sunshine” charges with an unshakable electronica groove, while the piano-laden title track "Times Have Changed" is a mid-tempo reflection of the group’s remarkable journey thus far, ascending from underground Atlanta favorites to critically acclaimed national touring attractions that have even logged time on Linkin Park’s Projekt Revolution.
 
-Andy Argyrakis


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