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It may be difficult to appreciate progressive chamber music when traditional frames of reference are limited, but it’s always nice to hear something different.

Topology’s recent release, Ten Hands, combines classical strings with piano and saxophone to create a bold, forward full-of-energy album.

The hour-long offering is a slow starter yet feels as though it has been crafted to have a narrative flow, which is accompanied by a lucid propulsion in the tracks.

A lack of melody won’t please many crowds, but there is a sense of trying to push the bounds of creativity here which must be commended (LC)


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