NYC-based band Fishes announce their debut album, Fishes In Space
Fishes in Space is a high-speed, prog-rock, galactic exploration of the unknown, a crusade of cosmic sounds and classic influences that brings listeners on a journey through the earthly and the ethereal, from the band’s home turf, the industrial warehouses of Bushwick, to deep outer space and beyond.
The debut album from genre-bending power trio Fishes—made up of guitarist Nadav Remez, drummer Daniel Dor, and keyboardist Steve Brickman—Fishes in Space was recorded at Black Lodge Studio in Brooklyn during the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017. In terms of genre and style, the album is post-prog played by jazz musicians that have made the indie music hub of Bushwick their home. At the same time—despite music’s many descriptors—the band is tapping into some different sounds, sounds that come out of these genres but are entirely new.
Steve’s cosmic synthesizer landscape, Daniel’s aquatic grooves, and Nadav’s crisp, clean guitar sounds vault listeners into the stratosphere. From the album’s opener, “Metallic Mobility,” a frenetic, heroic journey to the outer limits, to its end, “Anthem of the Hyacinth,” a spacious, evanescent reimagining of an old Hebrew lullaby, Fishes in Space is an odyssey of the unchar