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Loss of a Child

Loss of a Child is an Instrumental Math Rock band from London, England, blending complex instrument work with constantly varying time signatures and wall of sound distortion.

Mixing pianos and strings alongside heavier guitars, bass and drums to provide songs that will grow each time they are listened to, a sound that bring different instruments to the fore in different listening environments and dynamics that improve the sound of the album when played loud as opposed to dynamically compressed albums.

Focusing on one instrument throughout a song will add another l ...read more

Loss of a Child is an Instrumental Math Rock band from London, England, blending complex instrument work with constantly varying time signatures and wall of sound distortion.

Mixing pianos and strings alongside heavier guitars, bass and drums to provide songs that will grow each time they are listened to, a sound that bring different instruments to the fore in different listening environments and dynamics that improve the sound of the album when played loud as opposed to dynamically compressed albums.

Focusing on one instrument throughout a song will add another layer to a separate instrument and there is much to be heard and discovered, each layer making the song’s focus and harmonies clearer.

Loss of a Child have released three albums via the Lost Children Net Label under the Creative Commons license, which promotes free distribution of music, art and information, 2003's The Future Symphony (although more widely distributed in early 2005), 2005's Caught and Lost, and 2007's Adam and Eve. « hide


Carry Me Home
2009

4
4 Votes
Hundred Million Angels
2008

3.4
5 Votes
Adam and Eve
2007

3.8
3 Votes
Caught and Lost
2005

4.3
3 Votes
The Future Symphony
2003

3.6
4 Votes

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