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Best of 2008?

I've been listening to this on Relevant Magazine's The Drop for 2 weeks, and this is just an incredible album. The musicianship is outstanding, complex and committed to the same characteristics outlined in the title of the album. The production has delivered a deep and balanced mix, with all instruments sounding warm, full and rich. This music isn't a one time listen, and rewards you with subtle nuances each time you dive in. Check these boys out - you won't be disappointed, and you get to brag to all your friends about how you found them first.

Like no other.

It takes a band like this to help you realize how average so much music is. This album is epic.

Music with class.

My friend picked this up at a store, said he found it in the Jazz section. He told me it was right up my alley, smooth, well-produced jazz-rock. But don't go thinking this is Kenny G or anything, it's more akin to The Killers or Coldplay than the soprano saxophonist. The title track reminded me of the show Big O from when I was younger, an inflective, somber mostly-piano instrumental with a rising finish. Then there's Breathe Again. Pretty sure that's about killing a guy who stole Christmas presents, but you wouldn't know it without listening closely, the music begs you to tune in and chill out. Most of the songs here have the same feel to them, they all blend well and manage to not get monotonous.


Formed: Buffalo, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Following the departure of their lead singer and guitarist in late 2006, the remaining members of the Buffalo-based atmospheric pop combo This Day and Age regrouped under the name the Reign of Kindo. Bassist Joey Secchiaroli stepped out front, assuming lead vocal and guitar duties; his old slot was filled by new bassist Jeff Jarvis, who joined guitarist Mike Carroll, pianist Kelly Sciandra, and drummer Steve Padin. The Reign of Kindo's music was altogether jazzier than its predecessor's, maintaining...
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Rhythm, Chord & Melody, The Reign of Kindo
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: Aug 19, 2008

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