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Most indie labels stick to a certain uniform genre for the most part (Sub Pop, SST, ROIR, Epitaph, etc.), and Relapse is no different, as the majority of their artists are of the noise-metal variety. But a glaring exception is Zombi — a Pittsburgh multi-instrumentalist duo comprised of members Steve Moore and A.E. Paterra. Think Rush circa their peak Moving Pictures and Signals era — with Alex Lifeson's guitar completely erased from the proceedings — and you're not far off from what Zombi's sophomore effort, 2006's Surface to Air, sounds like. The label describes Surface to Air as "Less an album than a moving, breathing mass of symphonic sound," and while it may sound a bit vague, they're right on with their assessment — it's one of those releases that is meant to be listened to from beginning to end. And as a result, will take you one a heck of a synth-led journey, especially such standouts as the album-opening "Challenger," the part-Devo/part-ambient "Digitalis," and the slowly building title track. If you were to add Geddy Lee's unmistakable vocals, Surface to Air would certainly make one heck of a Rush release. Definitely a "headphone album" in the classic sense.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Pittsburgh, PA, 2001

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Not a whole lot of space rock/prog rock bands of the early 21st century are mostly guitarless — let alone entirely instrumental. But that is exactly the approach that the two gentlemen known as Zombi have chosen to take. Comprising members Steve Moore (bass and synthesizers) and Anthony Paterra (drums), the group hails from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Shortly after forming, the duo signed on with Relapse Records, which proved to be an interesting choice — as Zombi have very little in common...
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