Pymlico is an instrumental band from Oslo, Norway, led by composer and drummer Arild Brøter. The band mainly plays what has been described as a mix between progressive rock and fusion. However, their music also offers catchy hooks and singable melodies associated with pop music, alongside grandiose themes more in the vein of movie sound tracks. This combination of genres and a high level of musicianship gives the band it’s distinctive sound.
With the release of their fourth album, Meeting Point, Pymlico has found their sound. The album feature eight tracks with complex, yet accessible instrumental music. The compositions are varied in expression, but what they all have in common is focus on good melodic structures and rich arrangements. The sound is dens with detailed layers of keyboards and guitars.
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