If, like us, you’ve wondered what would happen if a punk band (or at least one with a punky aesthetic of reject-the-rules) had conservatory training and could apply virtuoso technique and advanced understanding of musical structure to their rockin’, kickin’, slammin’ music — the answer has arrived. Hypercolor, the self-titled debut recording of guitarist Eyal Maoz, bassist James Ilgenfritz and drummer Lukas Ligeti, is what rock sounds like when it’s all grown up. Hypercolor is also what jazz sounds like when it has no interest in the label. Listen for the possibilities.

Hypercolor Cover

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