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Excellent new prog

I'm not one to pigeon-hole bands so comparison has to be measured. DeeExpus' first album was a refreshing new take on accepted styles and it's most noteable feature was its calm assurance, confidence and maturity - no thrashing about here! KON33 goes a step beyond Halfway Home. It's pretty absorbing stuff and a genuine grower. They most remind me of current Spock's Beard and Dream Thaetre, but with a reservation the latter do mot always display; they are better for that because it demacates them and removes any possibility of accusations of plagiarism.
The music is quite heavy, with brilliant time changes, excellent restrained vocals and Mr Kelly's keyboards which add a real depth. Conceptually it's terrific. Andy Ditchfield is a highly accomplished guitarist mixing genuine originality with nods towards Andy Latimer, Mike Holmes and Mr Gilmour.
The whole album is highly recommended; a breath of fresh air - we are GOOD at prog in this country!

Brilliant record by a brilliant band

Another fantastic album of strong, emotional, addictive music - to which Mark Kelly's keyboards add a slightly different dimension from the first record. I love this band and cant wait to see them next month

Awesome and Engrossing

This album builds on a very strong first showing in the shape of Half Way Home. The catchy opener 'Me and My Downfall' is a strong track in it's own right and leads nicely into the melodic 'Maybe September'. Marty and the Magical Mouse is a nice musical showpiece for some very talented musicians, but that is where the appetisers finish. The centrepiece of this outstanding album is the epic track 'The King of Number 33'. This multi-part piece is quite simply one of the most absorbing and gripping pieces of rock music I have heard in a very very long time. It's up there with the best of the likes of Marillion, Porcupine Tree and Floyd. Finally, 'Memo', with guest vocals from Nik Kershaw finishes this fantastic album with gripping style. Overall, this is quite simply one of the best Prog Albums I have ever heard.

King of Number 33, DeeExpus
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