Somewhere Between Here And There
(Random Disturbance Records)


Quite simply, the band known as Edison’s Children are one of the most inventive progressive rock bands on today's 21st century music scene. Featuring the Anglo / American axis of Pete Trewavas and Eric Blackwood, Edison’s Children mix pop smarts with progressive rock intrigue that will keep listeners coming back for more. Featuring 15 tracks that combines new music, mixed by John Mitchell and new mixes of past classics by King Crimson’s Jakko M. Jakszyk along with other remixers, the nearly 80 minute, 2016 CD release of Somewhere Between Here And There is the best EC album release yet. Singer / songwriter Pete Trewavas is one of the most versatile multi-instrumentalists recording in 2016 and guitarist / vocalist Eric Blackwood is clearly on the same wavelength. For instance on track 3 here: “Ever Be Friends”, the pair crafts a solid pop hook within the framework of what sounds like a very progressive rock song that features Pete on lead and rhythm guitars, bass, drum programming and effects with Eric adding in well placed backing vocals. Other tracks like track four, “Solstice” features an atmospheric instrumental track with Eric’s guitar work and Pete’s bass synched up nicely. With the American flag and the U.K. union jack flag blazing away on the CD cover, it’s clear that Edison’s Children remains on the cutting edge of 21st century prog-pop with Somewhere Between Here And There. www.edisonschildren.com


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