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The Biology of Plants - Moss

The Biology of Plants - Moss
Inspired by the likes of Sigur Ros, Tigran Hamasyan, Phillip Glass, Bela Bartok, Bon Iver and even Tool, The Biology of Plants take the skills of two classically trained musicians next to two jazz educated performers to create a platform where both can shine. The resulting music lies on the precise side of experimentation – each song a masterpiece of instrumental expression.

“We like to combine elements of spacial improvisation, with openness and room for interpretation, but often this is transformed into a defined rhythmic idea/melody to provide contrast to our sound,” explains bassist Helen Svoboda. “Our music is easily compared to that of a live film score, due largely to our instrumentation - the synth drones and textural ‘carpet’ of sound provides a solid underpinning for the soaring cello melodies. Above all, our music is inspired by nature, and the ever-changing scenery that surrounds us.”

After releasing their immersive first single, Ezra, in November 2018, The Biology Of Plants returns with Basmati Rice as the follow-up track. As well as Moss

About this track...

Vol 2. is more than a rare and impressive addition to a promising catalogue from The Biology of Plants. This unexpected harmony between proficiency and emotion, delivered through cunning instrumentation, easily matches the standards of Sigur Ros and Mogwai. The EP is well worth exploring – the definitive ending of this journey being a new high-point for Australian instrumental music.

Number Of People In Act 4 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In QLD
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Brisbane
Taken From The Release Titled Moss
Copyright Holder's Name The Biology of Plants
Publisher Art As Catharsis
Media Servicing Date 2019-05-15
Main Genre Jazz
Genre 2 Ambience
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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