The colorful psychedelic bluesy duo from the independent record label Finyl Vinyl Records, Sons of Ben, a.k.a Guy Dagul and Rod Thomas, are setting fire with their new highly philosophical and complex twelve-track album, “Calculus.” With Dagul being a classical pianist, an expert of orchestration, and a technical genius, alongside Thomas who’s a more intuitive artist and a highly impressive, self-taught saxophonist, an extraordinary combination was born.
“My original love of music came from Black music, and then into jazz,” said Dagul.
“It’s the most improbable convergence, which makes our music very interesting. People say that our music is unique because there’s nothing quite like it.”
Sons of Ben produce music ranging from disturbing and melodic to emotional and sensitive. Unlike other independent pop artists and electronic beat masters who rely heavily on lyrics and synth-pop effects, the duo create stylistically diverse and classically instrumental sounds. Their experiential array…
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