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Label: Musea Parallele
Released: 2012

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Bartok's Room

Label: Musea Parallele
Released: 2002
Track listing: Artilugio (florilegio Artefactio), I, El Ojo-dido, Song For Bartok, Inside, Twiggy Pig, The Last Dodo Bird, Street Jam (jam-eo En La Calle), Uranus, Final Chat: Colubre

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Rigel Michelena: Bartok's Room

Read "Bartok's Room" reviewed by John W. Patterson


Take yer fav ball o' silly putty and roll it over a sound/style image of chops a la Allan Holdsworth, Scott Henderson, Alex MacHacek, Joe Satriani, and snippets of Robert “the math-rock, monsieur Roboto” Fripp and squash out a nice distorto reprinted mosaic riffage picture of Michelena's multi-instrumentalist expertise and voicings . . . and you ...

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Rigel Michelena: Bartok's Room

Read "Bartok's Room" reviewed by John W. Patterson


Take yer fav ball o' silly putty and roll it over a sound/style image of chops a la Allan Holdsworth, Scott Henderson, Alex MacHacek, Joe Satriani, and snippets of Robert “the math-rock, monsieur Roboto” Fripp and squash out a nice distorto reprinted mosaic riffage picture of Michelena's multi-instrumentalist expertise and voicings . . . and you ...

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Bartok's Room

Label: Musea Parallele
Released: 2001

Album

Lost and Found

Label: Musea Parallele
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. Hatenaki Shoudou (6:25) 2. Catastrophe (9:32) 3. Antarctica (13:28) 4. The Desert of Desires (7:38) 5. Another Episode (8:28) 6. Nessa no Kioku (9:41) 7. Divine Design (9:26)

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Beyond The Reach Of Dreams

Label: Musea Parallele
Released: 2001
Track listing: Olympus Mons; Far From Home; Consequences; Solange In Rio; Beyond The Reach Of Dreams; Zeta Reticuli

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Lunar Chateau: Beyond The Reach Of Dreams

Read "Beyond The Reach Of Dreams" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


With their second release, the three brothers known as “Lunar Chateau”, continue to incorporate synth textures with hard driving, predominately straight-four rhythms and vocals, yet here, the band surges onward with mixed results. The opener, “Olympus Mons” features keyboardist Novak Sekulovich’s regally pronounced lead synth lines, atop a simply stated and relatively catchy hook, whereas nondescript ...

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KBB: Lost and Found

Read "Lost and Found" reviewed by Michael Askounes


So... you say you like wacky time signatures? Like lots of keyboard runs and some serious musical virtuosity? Like CDs where all the songs clock in at over six minutes? Well, that's good because there's a hot item from Musea Records that should be on your “to buy" list courtesy of four incredibly talented musicians from ...


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