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Always Good!

Once again they have released some more wonderful music. What I love about this is the new sounds they're working with. It still feels like Balmorhea but more evolved. Buy it now! and if you get a chance to see them live don't pass it up

also the album art is very clever and nicely designed

Nicely Done

I finally found a band that isn't new age. I was looking up new classical music and came across Balmorhea. This new album is good, I love "Clamor" especially because it has a new mood to it.

Love the double drumset on Clamor!

Kendall Clark and Jeff Olson provide a great pair of drumsets on Clamor. I love listening to Balmorhea's music! Great things come out of Austin, Texas.

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Austin, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2006 by founders Rob Lowe and Michael Muller, Balmorhea play textural post-rock with a classical influence. Using the talents of Aisha Burns (violin), Nicole Kern (cello), and Travis Chapman (double bass), the Austin, TX, quintet utilizes plaintive strings as well as a host of other instruments played by Lowe and Muller to create a delicately layered and pastoral sound. In 2007 the band self-released its eponymous debut, Balmorhea, followed the next year by Rivers Arms, which was released...
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