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The instrumental trio Feathers (not to be confused with other artists of the same name), consisting of keyboard player/guitarist Eddie Alonso, drummer Matt Crum, and bassist Eric Rasco, issues the second of a projected trilogy of EPs with Synchromy, which is informed by a rock sensibility out of the late '60s or early '70s. In fact, much of the time, the music sounds like the instrumental break or solo section of a song by some psychedelic or progressive rock act of that era — the Doors, Frank Zappa, Iron Butterfly, the Who, etc. — except that the singer never comes back in to bring that song to its conclusion; instead, the music mutates into something else and continues on. It makes for a trippy listening experience and might accompany a light show or portions of a '70s science fiction movie.


Formed: Battleboro, VT

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Not to be confused with several other acts of the same name, the Miami-based avant-garde instrumental rock trio Feathers, consisting of members Eddie Alonso (formerly of See Venus and Chroma), Matt Crum, and Eric Rasco, traveled to SOMA Electronic Music Studios in Chicago to record their debut EP, Absolute Noon, for Hometapes with John McEntire. The disc was released in 2005, and the group...
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