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A Highly Melodic Pymlico

Pymlico – Nightscape (Apollon Records Prog, 2018)

Norwegian instrumental band Pymlico returns with an album titled Nightscape. Although the band is known for combining progressive rock and jazz fusion, the fusion side is actually smooth jazz, with very sweet, melodic saxophone.

There is a dynamic interaction between the high energy progressive rock, cinematic passages and the mellowed down sections.

The band includes Øyvind Brøter on keyboards; Stephan Hvinden on guitars; Andreas Sjo Engen on guitars; Axel Toreg Reite on bass and synth bass; Marie Færevaag on saxophones and keyboards; Arild Brøter on drums, keyboards and additional guitars; and Oda Rydning on percussion.

Guests: Mattias Krohn Nielsen on acoustic and some electric guitars; Ketil Vestrum Einarsen on flute; Didrik Føyn Føyen on trombone; and Andreas Fossum on trumpet.

Nightscape is a finely crafted instrumental album by a group of talented young musicians.

Buy Nightscape