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The Dry Season

by The Dry Season

A neo-psychedelic, shoegaze, post rock group combining atmospheric textures, swirling effects-drenched guitar, beautiful haunting vocals and tight dynamic arrangements.
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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1. Larry
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2. Follow Me Down
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3. Three Shades
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4. The Car
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5. Perfect Lie
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6. Takeover
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7. The Beginning Again
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8. Paper Stars
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The Dry Season delicately glide from hypnotic ambient textures to sonically destructive chaos with overwhelming emotion. Within the ethereal soundscapes and the rage of distortion and bombardment of feedback, you are just as likely to experience extreme emotions like sadness and beauty, lightness and darkness, chaos and peace, happiness and melancholy. It is The Dry Season's ability to combine, intertwine and swing back and forth from such opposite extremes to create an emotional phantasmagoria that makes this band worth experiencing.


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Michael Reilly

A great season
I think I'm sonically predisposed to this type of mood rock; there's obviously something that resonates deeply within the light and dark textures that this style of music generates. When crafted expertly the experience can be almost overwhelming in intensity and personal connection – The Dry Season have created here a collection of songs that produce just that feeling. I hear quite a bit of other favourite bands of mine within their sound: Pink Floyd, The Besnard Lakes, Lush, The End of the Ocean, Manchester Orchestra, Pale Saints – however there is a very individual sound, and a distinct spark of life that is wholly owned by The Dry Season, something to genuinely rejoice and then happily lose yourself in. A great album that will continue to be a listening pleasure for many years to come.