Artist/ Band: Incandescent Sky
Title: Paths And Angles
Label: It's Twilight Time
Year of Release: 2005
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The Review:

Incandescent Sky is basically an improvisation psychedelic jam session that started out in 2001 form the same person that brought the band Knitting By Twilight, Mr. John Orsi. Just like KBT, their sound is structured around exploration. Five musicians contribute to the bandís latest album Paths and Angles, instrumental album which contains a perfect blend of progressive rock, jazz, ambient, soft psychedelia and even some prog-metal moments.

The wonderful thing about this album is that it appeals to everything I enjoy about progressive music and covers the entire spectrum of styles within the genre. Itís one of those albums that snuck in on the music world back in 2005 and I feel it needs to be promoted to fans of ambient sounds of early Porcupine Tree, Tangerine Dream and the soundscapes found within Sylvian/Fripp. Thereís so much to this band that I would highly recommend fans of those bands as well as similar get Paths And Angles as soon as you can. Theyíre at the threshold of becoming one of the driving forces, so get in on the ground floor.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on May 23rd, 2006


1. There Is Hope
2. Ataranxiety
3. Angles
4. The Path Of Resistance
5. Inside Trises
6. After All
7. The May Rules
8. Trade Winds

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