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An album that is as complex as it is accessible, which is no mean feat in this stale world of reality TV Pop music.

Sussex trio In Dynamics certainly can't be accused of bandwagon jumping; after releasing two EPs the band's first full-length album sees them continue with their unique blend of Progressive Pop. The musical intricacies rub shoulders with pop hooks and melodies; it really shouldn't work but it does.

From opener 'This Is The Start Of Nothing', a heady mix of syncopated rhythms and nineties style Americana melody (think Third Eye Blind), it's obvious that In Dynamics don't follow trends or agendas but just go about their craft. 'We Are Liars' and 'In This Light' are consummate Pop songs, skilfully crafted and beautifully executed.



The more Progressive elements of the band come to the fore on songs like the bouncy 'Another Minute' or 'Existence Precedes Essence' where complicated instrumentation enhances the songs rather than detracts from them, a criticism that's normally levelled at Progressive Rock and Pop.
Choosing to end the album with the slow-burner 'Everything I See' with its chiming guitar-driven finale, bookends an album that is as complex as it is accessible, which is no mean feat in this stale world of reality TV Pop music.

Mike Newdeck

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