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Friday 21 June 2019
Concert Flower Kings Revisited + support Jolly, Cultuurpodium Boerderij, Zoetermeer


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    ArtiestParadox Twin, The
    TitelThe importance of Mr Bedlam
    2e HANDSNee
    GenreProgressive / Neoprog / RIO
    OmschrijvingOriginating in Berkshire and fronted by main songwriter Danny Sorrell, The Paradox Twin are a progressive rock trio who make 2018 their own with their debut album ďThe Importance of Mr Bedlam. The album has a very interesting concept while the music combines classic rock and prog elements with a contemporary uplifting feel. The Importance of Mr Bedlam was produced by John Mitchell, and features guest spots from both John Mitchell and Kim Seviour. The music is definitely in the vein of alternative progressive rock, and you may hear some Porcupine Tree and other such influences. Like that genre, youíll hear some 90s sounds that will be familiar, and the emotion will be front and center. Unlike much of that genre, there isnít much edge or steel in the guitars, as the band instead seems to prefer to aim for musical space and atmosphere. Youíll hear plenty of beautiful keys and electronic accents too, bringing a completeness to the sound. This whole album feels like a dream, and some of the best moments are the points where almost nothing is happening. The band manages their sound so very well, but they also know how to kick into overdrive to rock out when the timing is appropriate. The album is quite poetic and focused lyrically.
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