progressive rock sensibilities with metal undertones and
Dead Can Dance eclecticism, Fluttr packs a powerful audio
punch for those who like their rock’ n’ roll
unpredictable and adventurous. The Boston group overlays
Kara Trott’s angelic voice over pounding rhythms and
guitar play, and throws in a marimba here, a cello there,
just to make things more interesting.
times, Trott sounds like this generation’s Pat
Benatar (and I mean that in the nicest way...). Some songs,
with crunching metal guitar stalking their rhythm, bring
a tribal feel, particularly Detrimentalisman, the
album’s closer. For those with an experimental ear,
Fluttr is a band to always keep on your radar.
Track: Track 9, "Detrimentalisman"
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