Volta Do Mar

The members of Chicago's Volta Do Mar (Portuguese for "Turn of the Sea") have more "chops" and composition ideas than they know what to do with, and they're too square to care. This jazz-meets-prog carnival ride isn't built for relaxation, and it's certainly not designed to be cool, but it is extremely infectious. It's hip to be square sometimes; you know they've blown up a chemistry lab or two in their day and their sound could probably hack into the CIA's mainframe if you gave it the opportunity. Volta Do Mar's sound is meant to stimulate while pushing the boundaries of what has been and what can be. Obviously well-trained in music theory, the group's members channel their intellect and energy in ways reminiscent of '70s prog rock gods like Yes and King Crimson, as well as newer contributors to instrumental madness -...



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