Formed in Canada in 2006, The Living is a collection of highly skilled musicians brought together by the combination of their classical training and their mutual passion for artistic exploration. The band's evocative name reflects the diversity of styles present in their music, as well as their desire to push boundaries and to continually grow. The Living is known for their ability to blend several genres seamlessly into a single song. Indeed, the band takes much of it's influence from classical composers such as Stravinsky and Ravel, rockers Queen and Muse, world artists like Ozomatli and Shakti, and progressive visionaries The Mars Volta, Bjork, and Mike Patton, among many others. The result: Violin fireworks. Primal rhythms. Tripped-out lyrics and sound textures. In short, epic tracks that are simultaneously intricate and infectious. '[T]his [is] progressive rock - at least in the true, progressing forward, sense of the word. The music here is incredibly dynamic and it's amazing how many changes they put into these tracks - and yet keep it cohesive. Nothing here is over four minutes and sixteen seconds in length, but when you listen to these tracks you'll find that hard to believe because there is so much in each piece. This is an EP and as such is short. It's also killer.' -Gary Hill, Music Street Journal.
Formed in Canada in 2006, The Living is a collection of highly skilled musicians brought together by the combination of their classical training and their mutual passion for artistic exploration. The band's evocative name reflects the diversity of styles present in their music, as well as their desire to push boundaries and to continually grow. The Living is known for their ability to blend several genres seamlessly into a single song. Indeed, the band takes much of it's influence from classical composers such as Stravinsky and Ravel, rockers Queen and Muse, world artists like Ozomatli and Shakti, and progressive visionaries The Mars Volta, Bjork, and Mike Patton, among many others. The result: Violin fireworks. Primal rhythms. Tripped-out lyrics and sound textures. In short, epic tracks that are simultaneously intricate and infectious. '[T]his [is] progressive rock - at least in the true, progressing forward, sense of the word. The music here is incredibly dynamic and it's amazing how many changes they put into these tracks - and yet keep it cohesive. Nothing here is over four minutes and sixteen seconds in length, but when you listen to these tracks you'll find that hard to believe because there is so much in each piece. This is an EP and as such is short. It's also killer.' -Gary Hill, Music Street Journal.
830159004747

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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Catalog: 0346142
Rel. Date: 07/14/2009
UPC: 830159004747

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Formed in Canada in 2006, The Living is a collection of highly skilled musicians brought together by the combination of their classical training and their mutual passion for artistic exploration. The band's evocative name reflects the diversity of styles present in their music, as well as their desire to push boundaries and to continually grow. The Living is known for their ability to blend several genres seamlessly into a single song. Indeed, the band takes much of it's influence from classical composers such as Stravinsky and Ravel, rockers Queen and Muse, world artists like Ozomatli and Shakti, and progressive visionaries The Mars Volta, Bjork, and Mike Patton, among many others. The result: Violin fireworks. Primal rhythms. Tripped-out lyrics and sound textures. In short, epic tracks that are simultaneously intricate and infectious. '[T]his [is] progressive rock - at least in the true, progressing forward, sense of the word. The music here is incredibly dynamic and it's amazing how many changes they put into these tracks - and yet keep it cohesive. Nothing here is over four minutes and sixteen seconds in length, but when you listen to these tracks you'll find that hard to believe because there is so much in each piece. This is an EP and as such is short. It's also killer.' -Gary Hill, Music Street Journal.