Something extraordinary and complex is at the heart of “Do’Oa”, the latest one from Evidence of a Struggle. This slinky affair wanders between ambient spaces, coiled jazz-rock, chilled dance grooves, and explosive post-rock crescendoes.

That is a lot to fit into a four-minute salvo, but fit it does. Despite the contradictory nature of some of the musical elements…

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