The proprietor of the music review site “Prog Planet”, Geoff Penn, recently posted a glowing review of Silent Temple’s latest album. Thanks and Hails Mr. Penn!
Goeff declares, “The high level of compositional and vocal musical arrangements are truly amazing, this is certainly a band of the future. Music that is both interesting and unique, especially the connotations in relation to nature and mother earth. A new dimension of rock music combining the essence of jazz within an adornment of subtle folky progressive rock.“
2 years of the accumulated efforts of Amos, Mike, and the musicians they gathered and trained can be heard on Silent Temple’s triumphant new album, “Marvelers of Creation”. With music on a grander scale than ever before, yet with more subtlety and grace, these tales of joy and sorrow, bardic journeying and righteous protests, Sacred Forests and other Psychedelic scenes will be sure to delight! Listen to the Heart, for we will all need its wisdom during these trying times.
Hail the great Goddess Hail the Fairies Hail the Revolutionaries
Our next performance will be held at Turn Turn Turn on Jan. 22nd.
Alongside the magical psych-folk Flying Caravan, touring composer Hope Littwin (http://hopelittwin.com/), and YOU, we will be opening deep the portals to Love, Hope, Groovybeauty and Majesty! Many friends new and old to convene this night – let’s be one.
The lovely folks at Astro Audio PDX ( https://www.astroaudiopdx.com/ ) do excellent print work. You can now hold this album in your hands, for those of you who still find physicality not so trifling a thing.
Joined by the extremely talented Audrey Howl (lead guitar) and Harrison Games (drums), Silent Temple’s first performance on the West coast will be as the host of a funk/rock/prog jam session at renowned rock venue Dante’s in Downtown Portland. While Silent Temple is a Folk-prog group, we are most definitely Down to Funk.