futuro-reviews(nor)More and more positive reviews keep pouring in. Read a selection of them here:
"If the stars had a sound, it would sound like this..."
6 out of 7 stars, Ingmar Wåhlberg - groove.no
”Controlled noise, catchy pop melodies, sophisticated electronica, focused post-rock and guitar-driven Sonic Youth references. Both the production and the melodies are spot on, making the future look very bright indeed!”
5 of 6, Robert Hoftun Gjestad - Aftenposten
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”Shockingly good! Despite the obvious flirting with repetitive psychedelic rhythms the band remains focused on producing pop-friendly music, enhanced by the recent liberation of the vocal chords!”
5 of 6, Stein Østbø - VG
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”With a creak of the hinges, the doors open halfway to nirvana when Low Frequency in Stereo blast off with a mixture of free-jazz, psychedelia, heavy and krautrock! A very likely candidate for album of the year!”
Carl Kristian Johansen – ballade.no
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”Just keep getting better and better! Twang marinated, hard-hitting pop music”.
5 of 6, Svein Ove Bakke - Dagbladet
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”Futuro consists of eight incredibly good songs, with references to both Sonic Youth and Stereolab, 60s pop and psychedelia and sonic noise-jazz. Do yourself a favour and check this one out!”
5 of 6, Rannveig Falkenberg-Arell – PlanB
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”An industrial pleasure! The Low Frequency in S... have produced the music of the future as seen from the 70s. Electronic, frenetic, eclectic and groovy! Album of the year?”
5 of 6, Petter Lønningen – Bergens Tidende
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”A fusion of suggestive psychedelia and catchy pop. Hypnotic and groovy!”
5 of 6, Ann Kristin Ødegaard - BA
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”Gives the listener a German autobahn feeling which stretches throughout the motor-like rhythms. Cosmic!”
5 of 6, Roar Eskild Jakobsen – Haugesunds Avis
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”Wonderful, hypnotic fusion of drone-pop, surf-instrumentals and epic post-rock. An album that will grow stronger and stronger with repetitive listening!”
SMILE, Jan-Olav Glette – Natt og Dag
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”Catchy riffs, obscure 70s and a wonderful dose of noise ”-
5 of 6, Lars Wærstad - Nettavisen
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"The band takes you out of Norway, out of this world and far off into the cosmos! The album has a certain boundless fluidity, which sweeps and dances its way from start to finish. This is one of the albums of the year! "
5 of 6, Kjetil Wold - Stavanger Aftenblad
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"With a whole world of rock instruments available and with one hell of an arsenal of rhythmic grooves, the band works towards a climax of rhythmic ecstacy through song after song."
5 of 6, Ole Jacob Hoel - Adresseavisen
"Dead cool post-rock! This band from Haugesund continue to impress. Must be played loud!
5 of 6, Tor H Bergsund - Tromsoby.no
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