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Lunar Chateau

Lunar Chateau

Lunar Chateau


LUNAR CHATEAU was the first band from the USA ever signed to Musea Records -- the giant French, progressive/art rock label. A keyboard-led trio, accompanied by bass and drums, their acclaimed, self-titled debut album, was a success across Europe, particularly in Poland, Italy, Germany, Spain, Greece and in South America, too. The songs on "Beyond the Reach of Dreams", Lunar Chateau's second release, are evenly split between instrumental and vocal tracks Read more on Last.fm
LUNAR CHATEAU was the first band from the USA ever signed to Musea Records -- the giant French, progressive/art rock label. A keyboard-led trio, accompanied by bass and drums, their acclaimed, self-titled debut album, was a success across Europe, particularly in Poland, Italy, Germany, Spain, Greece and in South America, too. The songs on "Beyond the Reach of Dreams", Lunar Chateau's second release, are evenly split between instrumental and vocal tracks, and they flow out of your speakers as smoothly as the band's name rolls off of your tongue. Gentle-voiced keyboardist/composer, Novak Sekulovich, handles singing duties this time, instead of bassist (and brother) Paul -- who sang lead on the first album, resulting in songs with a bit deeper resonance – primarily because of Novak's vocal style. Milo's presence on the drums is strongly felt throughout the disc, as well, but it's not intrusive.

If anything, Lunar Chateau take a more practical approach to their music on "Beyond the Reach of Dreams" than they did on the debut by incorporating a few shorter songs and, in the case of the almost-poppy "Far From Home," less ethereal lyrics. It is Novak's stunning and majestic keyboards, however, that dominate this release -- particularly on "Zeta Reticuli," the 11-minute epic that closes the album. Elsewhere, the band incorporates male and female chants and cosmic quiet moments – all without one guitar solo. At its core, Beyond the Reach of Dreams plays like a synthesized dream from which you'll never want to wake. Read more on Last.fm.

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