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Light and Shadow
Abstract Futuristic Background
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Bryan Baxter: Guitar

Barbara Western: Vocals

David Gassmann: Bass

Brian Moran: Drums

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Barbara Western: Vocals,
Lyrics & Music

...."They are far from a simple nostalgia act, however. Koshari incorporates enough distinctive elements to distinguish themselves from some of the modern bands mining similar territory, like the trippily lo-fi and excruciatingly named The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, or the fuzzed-out grunge of Silversun Pickups. First is the presence of a number of songs performed in waltz time – a simple tactic that introduces some variety and reveals a greater degree of musicianship and forethought than one often finds in a subgenre noted for using effects and volume to mask technical ineptitude. In fact, the rhythmic component is one of the greatest strengths of Reappear. Even on songs in more conventional meters, the drumming has a lighter, jazzier touch than the dancefloor-inspired percussion commonly associated with this style of music. The overall effect of such a style gives what might ordinarily be the most stable element of these songs a freewheeling, unpredictable feel that complements the spacey guitars and vocals."   - PopMatters

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Bryan Baxter:  Guitar & Music

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Brian Moran: Drums

David Gassman: Bass

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