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The Second Album: Ultraviolet VoodooReviews
The second album, Ultraviolet Voodoo, is a metaphysical combination of Rock riffs, Funk feel and Jazz writing with deep melodic and harmonic structure. It will appeal to very smart, creative people with multiple interests and influences. Each song mixes genres inside itself.
Our goal with this second album was to double down on the diversity of beats and time feels almost every song has two or three different types of drum beats; different types of time signatures key changes and they’re all in different keys. We wanted that so that there is a reason to listen to the whole album and that things would hopefully somehow tie together at some very high level of abstraction.
Additionally we tried to really make the feel of the chorus in the bridges in the song structure different than the starting and ending parts of the song we wanted to explore abstraction spaces that don’t really sound like they’re in a key and don’t really sound like they’re from a specific genre you will hear that especially in the song Mystic Train where there this is bridge and outro which is like the first bridge. Very spacey. Literally and figuratively. Follow the Radius. Same with the Bridge inside the Ultraviolet Voodoo. Chorus inside Suspended Animation and Bliss Rider have completely different time feel and low density open harmonic structure. Sort of the opposite of what you hear in most rock records these days.
We are collectively interested in this sense of mystery and amazement and how we can and incorporate that in the music and not have something that fits neatly into a single genre. We’re not about basic consumption and matching a genre as much as we are about exploring the boundaries between genres and widening the audiences’ perception by recalling old memories and driving new daydreams simultaneously.
The First Album: Cinematic
I really like this Deregulators album ‘Too Many Questions’, this singer [Ford Sundet] knows how to sing. Powerful voice, great articulation, and no grunting, no whining and not whimpy like a lot of other new heavy bands, no shrieking, just solid vocals. And real melody. The guitars are big, they growl, they are not shrill or harsh like a lot of other bands. And the playing is great, the production is big and strong and adds mystery. Large drum beats in the Alt-Rock, Funk space. Very nice work. Definitely a unique angle inside this one….This should appeal to adults!