The Necks :: Open

With a sound that calls to mind the becalmed atmospheres of Miles Davis' In A Silent Way and Eno's Music For Airports, The Necks have been providing captivating listening experiences for more than two decades now. The Australian trio's latest, Open, doesn't stray from the path -- and the world is a better place for it.

Consisting of one unbroken, 68-minute improvisation, this is a deeply immersive record that highlights The Necks' often-unbelievable instrumental interplay and melodic sensitivity. These guys are basically one . . .

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