No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers is a remarkable debut, an emotional roller coaster of sorts which at times is profoundly uplifting, at times decidedly morose but remains unfailingly moving throughout. Holing up in the extremely cramped and oft overheated quarters of Sean Ragon’s self-built studio in the back of his Bushwick record store Heaven Street, the band wrote and recorded their first full length during two intense weeks last summer. Exploring themes of love, loss, vanity, hope, fear, sexuality and friendship and drawing more on literary influences than musical ones (Bataille and Shaffer, specifically), the band craft an album which cannot be confined by any singular sub-genre. Words like “industrial” and “electronic” fall short here; they barely begin to scratch the surface of this work. This is soundtrack music for a play that has only begun to be imagined and is light years away from being consummated. 3) VAR is the hard-rock band from Nejdek, Czech Republic playing since 1982.
As of 2018 the current line-up consists of Jiri Hilburger (lead guitar, vocals, mastermind), Roman Stoupal (bass, vocals) and Vaclav Beca (drums). Do not confuse with the band V.A.R (dots between the letters), that is a whole different name and a band. Name VAR in the czech language means the boiling point of water in physics terms. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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