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by Jim Olin
The Italian trio UADG may have been trying to illustrate a blueprint for creating a metropolis on their new album, but they probably ended up inventing a new sub-genre instead. Fusing indie, progressive rock, dream pop, improvisational and avant-garde jazz, UADG defy categorization on How to Build a City. The band build layers of atmosphere and sonic texture with each succeeding track, creating the illusion of a physical entity being raised from the ground up. This a visionary group, fueling ...read more