8 thoughts on “ Inishmore - Votiva Lux - Solaris (CD, Album) ”

  1. Solaris is a music studio album recording by VOTIVA LUX (Post Rock/Math rock/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette.
  2. Playing times of tracks to are also from the CD player. Made in Hungary English translation of the notes on the booklet and back cover: 26th February The group SOLARIS would be 10 years old today. But it is not so, because on the 7th April we ceased to exist. This album includes the records which could not be released when /5(13).
  3. Solaris (30) Solaris ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Tar Music: Netherlands: Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection /5(59).
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  5. VOTIVA LUX is an Italian Post-Rock group who were originally formed in Their sound is a mix of post rock, shoegaze and space rock. They used to have a vocalist but later became instrumental. In after some line-up changes, the group released it's debut album 'Il canto del cigno?' In came the 'Lindbergh' EP and then in the album 'Solaris' was released.
  6. Find Solaris discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Hungarian progressive rock band Solaris got its start in The group was formed by István Cziglán (guitar), Róbert Erdész (keys), Attila Kollár (flute), Attila Seres (bass), and Vilmos Tóth (drums)..
  7. "Solaris" è il primo album dei Votiva Lux, un'astronave che usa per propellente una moderna e personalissima miscela di space rock, psichedelia e post rock ma non disdegna sorprendenti passaggi acustici. Le evoluzioni dei Votiva Lux sono veri e propri respiri strumentali, che riescono a ritagliarsi uno spazio autonomo pur all'interno di schemi.
  8. Solaris is a symphonic prog rock band from Hungary that was founded in February of by university students in Budapest. The founding members were Erdész Róbert (keyboards), Cziglán István (guitar), Kollár Attila (flute), Seres Attila (bass) and Tóth Vilmos (drums).

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