Demo Tracks and Info
Code Indigo remain one of the most critically acclaimed, yet criminally underrated and commercially ignored electronic rock bands of the past decade. But with a steadily increasing global fan base, and awards from electronic and classic rock circles, they continue to release albums of staggering creativity and off the wall ingenuity that leave most of their contemporaries far behind.
Chill is the fourth studio album and continues to expand upon the rich vein of exploration now established, utilizing varied rhythmic textures, massed banks of keyboards, spoken samples and the extraordinary guitar of Andy Lobban.
Chill is a powerful and thought provoking topical musical statement – a subtle “eco” album, with samples and spoken voice seamlessly and subliminally leaving the listener to ask the questions.
“Autumn Fades” and “Chill” provide down tempo moments early on, and the album picks up pace with “Ten Degrees per Second” and “Back with the Weather” culminating in the strident “Cultures” and the epic “Lost Radio” with its poignant finale, all featuring strong musical themes, inventive electronic textures and superb keyboard and guitar interplay. With occasional breaks into orchestral territory the album retains both an energy and a creative edge that offers up more than just a few surprises along the way. A monumental release.
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