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T - Fragmentropy (2015)

31-10-2015, 06:04
Music | Rock | FLAC / APE

T - Fragmentropy (2015)

Artist: T
Title Of Album: Fragmentropy
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Progressive Promotion Records [PPRCD031]
Genre: Progressive Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+.log) | Mp3
Bitrate: Lossless | CBR 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:15:20
Total Size: 540 MB | 227 MB (Scans)
WebSite: Album Preview

German project T is the creative vehicle of composer and musician Thomas Thielen, formerly of the German band Scythe, but now with a solo career that has been ongoing ever since he released his first album using the 'T' moniker in 2002. Thomas plays all the instruments, does the vocals, lyrics, engineering, producing and recording. "Fragmentropy" is his fifth full-length production, released in 2015 by Progressive Promotion Records. "Fragmentropy" comes across as a fairly eclectic and demanding production, arguably with a foundation inside modern day neo-progressive rock and post-rock, but made with an approach that makes it hard to categorize inside any of those stylistic contexts easily. But it will be those who enjoy bands of that kind, who will be the main audience for this album, alongside those who enjoy bands like Marillion, Radiohead and other artists that have been or are still creating progressive rock founded on contemporary music to a much greater degree than the classic progressive rock.


Chapter One - Anisotropic Dances:
01. A Sky-High Pile of Anarchy
02. Brand New Mornings

Chapter Two - The Politics of Entropy:
03. Uncertainty
04. Entanglement
05. Eigenstates

Chapter Three - The Art of Double Binding:
06. The Art of Double Binding: The Black of White
07. The Art of Double Binding: Shades of Silver

T - Fragmentropy (2015)

T - Fragmentropy (2015)

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