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Promonium Jesters - interview (2008)
No two people in this band like exactly the same music, so we've got influences coming in from a fairly wide spectrum of musical styles. It can make it difficult sometimes to easily write music together, but when it works it WORKS! Improvisation has been and will continue to be massively important to how we write songs. Even when we try to plan out exactly how something should sound, a little improvisation always makes it sound better.

Promonium Jesters [reviews]
Country of origin: Canada
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URL: Myspace | Official | Discogs
Albums reviewed: EP2010, The Pronomium EP, Time And Place, Your Face Tour Live, Psychic Warfare, Your Face
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