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Since 2010, The Man From RavCon (aka, Mike Brown), has been creating adventurous, atmospheric instrumental music featuring Mellotron enriched arrangements accentuated by piano and organ, interweaving synths, bass, dynamic percussion, and melodic guitar. Blending influences of 70’s classic FM album rock (Stones, Kraftwerk, Steely Dan, Supertramp) with a melodic prog flavor, The Man From RavCon’s ninth release, Another World, may be considered a somewhat more accessible work than his most recent offerings, but is no less adventurous in scope. With contributions from special guests, guitarist Larry Smith, and flutist Jeff Eacho, Another World features a more lighthearted, breezy vibe making it the perfect soundtrack for Summer 2018 and beyond. View official press release for Another World Here.
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Reviews of Another World
Modern prog that rose from the ashes of North Carolina power pop feeds the mash up frenzy with a kaleidoscope of sounds that swirl and whirl like you wouldn’t believe. Crazy stuff for crazy times, the vocabulary of prog is expanded in so many directions here that it’s almost hard to fathom. If this ain’t music for a modern happening, what is? Check it out.
I enjoyed this album from start to finish with the title track, Colossus which reminded me so much of the work of the group Kraftwerk, Max The Cat, Code Red, The Garden and much more. I noticed the difference in each track, each with a different style. I was amazed by how well this album was written, recorded, performed and produced.
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