Wobbler – Hinterland (marbled LP)

309 kr

Progressive rock in 2005 had gotten slick, soulless and narrowminded. Bands were imitating bands that were imitating bands
that were … you get the idea. Wobbler was something very, very
different. In keeping with the original progressive ethos, they took
inspirations from a wide variety of sources. 60s and 70s rock, jazz,
electronica and extreme metal, to name a few. They combined
these influences with a deep and astute understanding of what it
was that made the best 1970s progressive rock tick. The dramatic
dynamics, the shadings of light and darkness, the warm, ghostly
sonorities of arcane instruments like the Mellotron, the MiniMoog or how about a theorbo or a recorder? And of course, the
thunderous growl of the Rickenbacker bass guitar. The release of
“Hinterland” in 2005 got the band a sizable international audience
almost overnight, and many raving reviews praising the record’s
authentic sound and the complex yet beautiful songwriting.
“Hinterland” was the start for one of the best progressive rock
bands that has emerged in the early 2000s, and is now finally
available again on CD and vinyl. It will also be part of a limited vinyl
box collecting the first three albums.
• Debut album from Wobbler
• Finally available again on CD and limited coloured vinyl
• For fans of Yes, King Crimson, Gentle Giant, Van Der Graaf

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