Almanac Mountain - Cryptoseismology

Almanac Mountain creates creepy, beautiful music. Cryptoseismology is an album comprised of woozy, but brainy pop gems. Some of these tracks are fairly straight forward, such as "Contingency Procedures," which has a kind of 60s pop-psychedelic vibe running through it. However, other tracks mix progressive music with spoken sound bites

There is a cinematic quality to many of these tracks. It's as though simplistic pop songs just do not suffice when it comes to what this act intends to say through its music. The vocals are a little spacey, and just a tad off kilter. But not it a bad way. Instead, they're dreamy and imaginative. The songs are rock & roll, but in an ELO-y way in that they're much more expansive than your typical rock song. They also sound far more European, and more specifically British, than anything American and blues-based.

Cryptoseismology is the kind of album that will enthrall and fascinate you for a long time. Put it on, and prepare for a mountain top experience. Learn more here.

Almanac Mountain - Cryptoseismology

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