Cinematic rock

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woooo... dead end! Cinematic (post)rock is a description for music that has a widescreen feel and impact to it. It often features elements that are usually found in film scores, like strings and other orchestral elements. It has a natural ebb-and-flow in its dynamics.

“Cinematic describes the effect on your imagination when you listen to our music. It should leave us enough space between the lines to let people’s imagination run free."

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