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That's What's Up

by Consider the Source

Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Psychedelic Fusion Funk
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Abdiel
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2. Closer to Home
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3. No Easy Answer
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7:35 $0.99
4. How Am I Not Myself?
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5. ...
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6. Complex Complex
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7. I Never Played A Jewel Thief
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8. The H Is O
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CONSIDER THE SOURCE = Sci Fi Middle Eastern Fusion Trio from New York City has been touring the USA and the World for nearly 4 years. Here's what the critics are saying:

"the trio invaded Highline Ballroom with an arsenal of profound, effects driven timbre that channeled genres of 90’s metal, electronica, alt-rock and Hindustani...The band visually “spiritually and physically immerse” themselves in their playing."

A progressive instrumental jam band consisting of a double-neck fretless guitar, drums and bass, they had unusual time signatures, complex riffs and tight chemistry. - The Deli Magazine (3/2010)

“Our music combines influences from Turkish, Bulgarian, North and South Indian styles with jazz and fusion, and then we filter it through our own heavy rock and psychedelic sounds and approaches.”

"intense jams, showcasing their diversity and pushing their instruments to the proverbial limit"  Relix.com


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