Our favorite progressive rock reviewer, Notes Reviews, recently gave Cabinets of Curiosity a shout-out on his fantastic YouTube channel (seriously, subscribe now and thank us later!). I fell in love with his channel after watching his hilarious review of the most unfortunate album in prog history, “Love Beach” by Emerson, Lake, and Palmer.
The Cabinets review begins at 6:59, but make sure to check out Iako Bei, Crossing the Rubicon, and The Missing Worker.
Note: we’re big fans of Motionless by The Missing Worker, and you can read my review of their album here!
“Cabinets of Curiosity… presented something very new, something very fresh.”
Cabinets of Curiosity — their first album, the Chaos Game. This is a female-fronted band, and that alone, I was just like “Yes! We need a lot more of that! Please!” Fantastic work. This is more of like an avant-garde kind of an approach, very similar to Caterpillar. It has moments of metal, it has moments of rock, and they superfuse and combine all these different genres into their own little creative style…
The music style was great. I really, really dug it. These guys presented something very new, something very fresh. If you’re looking for something a little bit different, a little bit fresh and new, then check out The Chaos Game by Cabinets of Curiosity. Great, great work from an up-and-coming band that I’m excited to see more from!