EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Listen To Bodhi Get “Ineffable” In Full!

A while ago, I told you to listen to Bodhi. It is a solo project/moniker of one Justin Seymour, otherwise a member of The Room Colored Charlatan. Unlike that band though, who lean on the heavier side of the progressive spectrum, Bodhi is a wonderfully sweet jaunt via the realms of nu-prog. Ever since originally writing about the album, I've become somewhat obsessed with it; I just can't get enough of the great tones and ideas on it. Well, that makes it my absolute pleasure to be premiering the full thing right now, only a few short days before its August 25th release! Head on down below for sweet vibes, great guitar works and sweet, sweet leads.

Hey! Listen to Bodhi!

Bodhi is a one man project from Justin Seymour, who plays for blog favorites The Room Colored Charlatan. Bodhi has all the marks of nu-prog on its latest release, including sweet guitars, an emphasis on solos and the sort of dream-y timbre that's come to be associated with the genre. However, it all has everything good about the artists mentioned in the opening lines of the post, namely musical sensibility, restraint and a sense of composition that enunciates the musical ideas contained therein. The project also manages to create interesting "spaces" for the guitar to live in, contextualizing the flair and expressiveness of its sound.

The Room Colored Charlatan – The Veil That Conceals

It's time for another review that throws everyone's favorite trigger word around with reckless abandon. A word with so many meanings that using it is akin to farting during a job interview or calling your significant other the wrong name. Progressive. Yes, The Room Colored Charlatan are a progressive deathcore band. Or are they? Over the course of the last few years and releases, the band have pushed square riffs into isometric structures - somehow coming away with something pretty cool each time. The Veil That Conceals is the next part of this band's journey and it definitely goes somewhere. It's just unclear what the scheduled destination was/is.