January 19, 2009

Esclin Syñdo: Sleeping Traveler

Esclin Syñdo
photo: Kristóf Németh

Esclin Syñdo is fronted by a singer who can howl like a banshee. She creates a nice contrast with the swampy electronics laid down by this band from Hungary. Sounding like a mash-up of Propaganda, The Sugarcubes and Kate Bush their album Sleeping Traveler has an Eighties feel, with most of production floss from that era removed and replaced by up front percussion, distorted metal guitar, laptop electronics and a jazz bass.

Esclin Syñdo is the kind of band that will please the crowds on alternative festivals. For those who care to listen Sleeping Traveler is a journey to the night, meeting friends and enemies, and creatures that haven't made into the biology handbooks yet.

Esclin Syñdo:
Dalma Berger: vocals
Dániel Sándor: electronics
Péter Kolozsi: bass
Huba Ratkóczi: guitars
Dániel Somló: drums
Farkas Fülöp: visuals
Márton Németh: studio sound
Péter Németi: live sound
Bálint Rádóczy: photos

Esclin Syñdo: Sleeping Traveler

Sleeping Traveler is released on CLS Music. The band's booking agent is Fourty Main.

  1. MemoryMan
  2. Go by Car
  3. Highways
  4. Heritage
  5. Mother and Sun
  6. Secret Lover
  7. My Weapon
  8. Folklore
  9. Sleeping Traveler
  10. Halfway to Recognition

» esclinsyndo.com
» myspace.com/esclinsyndo

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