Artist/ Band: Resindust
Title: Resindust
Label: Self release
Year of Release: 2002
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The Review:

Resindust is basically the brainchild of multi-instrumentalists Lewis Gill and Tony Harn, who create a mix of spacey ambient textures, which have been compared to that of Tangerine Dream or early Pink Floyd ("Windscream" and "Vorpmix"). They occasionally drift away from the ambient vibe into the progressive rock territory especially on "Suzanna" and the title track, both of which have a slight Genesis feel to it. The guitar work on these reminds me a bit of Hackettís work. The next track, Cotlife, has them continue the progressive rock vibe, this time in a semi-bluesy Pink Floyd way. The final song reprises the ambient Tangerine Dream vibe.

While the musicianship here is astounding, the overall vibe of the album left me dry. Something was missing and I canít quite figure it out. If youíre into moody instrumental prog and ambient space type music then this would be a worthy addition to your collection.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on March 7th, 2006

Tracks:

1. Windscream
2. Wireweave
3. Artism
4. Vorpmix
5. Suzanna
6. Resindust
7. Cotlife
8. Critical

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