These guys are seriously awesome; they're manage to keep it so tight and at the same time pushing their own and each others' limits.
August 29, 2014

Mouse on the Keys hails from Japan and humbly refers to its sound as "A blend of minimal phrased piano and dynamic drumming." It goes far beyond that, considering the virtuosic level of musicianship on all ends in addition to their ability to stay aware of what the rest of the group is doing. It's pretty interesting stuff that I'd recommend to anyone who appreciates a high level of musical ability paired with complex structure in their pieces.

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