1 - Aircon - (11'03)
2 - Dayflower (I. Part One/II. Part Two) - (10'03)
3 - Zitensya - (8'30)
4 - Koibumi - (10'34)
5 - Last Sign - (7'16)
INTERPOSE+ could well be the new sensation, as far as Japanese Progressive rock is concerned. Its musicians have played together at regular intervals since the Eighties, but they eventually released their first collective opus in 2005, as a joint-venture between the Poseidon and Musea labels. This quintet plays a mainly instrumental music, enhanced by the (Japanese) vocals of the charming Sayuri ARUGA. The contribution of the violinist Akihisa TSUBOY as well as that of his partner from KBB, DANI, are also noteworthy. The eponymous album presents a most symphonic Progressive jazz-rock highlighting the virtuosity of guitarist Kenji TANAKA. These five long pieces are in a vein close to U.K., being even closer to other Japanese bands such as OUTER LIMITS or PAGEANT. The band took particular care of the melodies, both subtle and evocative. A bright performance ! Two years later, the release of INTERPOSE+'s second album shouldn't leave you indifferent. The lyrics now takes an important part in the band's music, still allowing the instrumentists to shine however. In many ways, this group tends to be the nippon ECHOLYN, displaying the same melodic sense and the same energy. "Indifferent" has all to become a milestone !