Nick Grey & The Random Orchestra - Regal Daylight
Ambient, Electro How to classify this? One second it's some kind of bizarre electro opera and then transforms into rock inspired ambient music. To describe this is hard, but listening to it is easy because it charms its way into the listener's heart.

The easiest way to describe this is like some kind of totally out spaced Nick Cave in a fusion with Marilyn Manson and Sopor Aeturnis. It's not that bad as it sounds though. First time I heard this I thought something like: "What the h-ll is this?" but now I like it.

The music is quite calm but changes often, a bit wavelike. To describe is hard as I already said and I'm trying to avoid it. But I can say that it is really good and it deserves a place in my collection.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Nick Grey & The Random Orchestra - Regal Daylight

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Released 2005 by Stateart
How to classify this? One second it's some kind of bizarre electro opera and then transforms into rock inspired ambient music. To describe this is hard, but listening to it is easy because it charms its way into the listener's heart.

The easiest way to describe this is like some kind of totally out spaced Nick Cave in a fusion with Marilyn Manson and Sopor Aeturnis. It's not that bad as it sounds though. First time I heard this I thought something like: "What the h-ll is this?" but now I like it.

The music is quite calm but changes often, a bit wavelike. To describe is hard as I already said and I'm trying to avoid it. But I can say that it is really good and it deserves a place in my collection.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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