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The Sea Is Never Full

by Psychojet

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Weeble Wobble
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Weeble Wobble Great, normally not much of a fan of math-rock but this is real nice.
Dr. Beaf
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Dr. Beaf Very well crafted, filled with positive energy, some very fast scales, wonderful bridges and smart chord progressions. This album has it all. More tracks next release please. Favorite track: False Crescendo.
Thomas Jakob
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Thomas Jakob Finest math-rock. Totally underrated. These guys should be touring the whole world. Favorite track: False Crescendo.
Jan Sejal
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Jan Sejal Well, this is definitely my favourite discovery this year. Rarely heard a better mix of non-cliché riffing that has the complexity of math-rock, but the musicality of a classic opera. Simply wonderful... Favorite track: False Crescendo.
Sunset Architect
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Sunset Architect Oh boy, this album has been fantastic. Only problem is it's over before I know it. Great songs! Favorite track: False Crescendo.
yves
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yves A song can include several melodic phases, You could almost dance on this music, since the molic is so nice. If you add some strong guitar with some larsen, it makes a perfect record. Don't miss it. Favorite track: False Crescendo.
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All tracks by Psychojet.
Track 5 based in part on No Good (Start The Dance) by The Prodigy.

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released December 10, 2012

Recorded by Great Northern Productions
Artwork by Ink Revolver

"All streams flow into the sea, yet the sea is never full. To the place the streams come from, there they return again."
- Ecclesiastes 1:7

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Psychojet UK

Psychojet is a four-piece post/math rock band from Belfast.

BBC Across the Line says: "Definitely one of the most exciting instrumental bands to come out of the country in a while... It's probably not the greatest band name of all time. That's just what we have to put up with". ... more

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