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December Sound's psychedelic fusion is poised for liftoff

The December Sound's new CD moves from chiseled soundscapes to space-age atmospheres. 'I tend to listen to so many different types of music, and I try to write in a full spectrum,' singer-guitarist Zack Sarzana says. The December Sound's new CD moves from chiseled soundscapes to space-age atmospheres. "I tend to listen to so many different types of music, and I try to write in a full spectrum," singer-guitarist Zack Sarzana says.
By Jonathan Perry
Globe Correspondent / November 28, 2007

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Zack Sarzana, the December Sound's singer-guitarist, brightens when his band of psychedelic-minded post-punks gets compared to outfits like the Brian Jonestown Massacre, the Jesus and Mary Chain, and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. But he positively shines when friends and fans tell him that the foursome's self-titled debut also seems to pull from rap and hip-hop's past. (Full article: 693 words)

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