Magonia | Orchid

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Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental Avant Garde: Sound Collage Moods: Solo Instrumental
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by Magonia

Experimental instrumental music that mutates the traditional boundaries of guitar, bass, and drums.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Trapeze
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2. Cobalt
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3. Buzzard
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4. Orchid
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5. Ventilator
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6. Parachute
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7. Transit
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8. Meteor
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9. Variac
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10. Sundog
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Album Notes
Formed in 1997, this Boston-based instrumental trio continues to mutate the traditional boundaries of guitar, bass, and drums. Employing unusual electronic effects, garden tools, automobile parts, and other common/uncommon everyday items, Magonia continues to create compelling music to engage the listener.

"One of the most mystical carpet rides since The Spacemen 3 vaporized from the planet...this free-roaming power trio are well-versed in the procedures of the psych experience – bending and droning the cosmic swells for that night walk with Casteneda" – Virginia Reed, Focus

"...step right into a Wim Wenders film, complete with stark guitar and drum textures, subtle film-noir imagery, and hypnotic swirling melodies" – Joel Simches, The Noise

"...full of twitches and nuances that will keep your head sucking at the sound waves."
- Portsmouth Herald


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