Andy Seniska

A Lasting Delusion


For his second CD, Bay area multi-instrumentalist Seniska employs a host of friends to flesh out an uneven mash-up of prog-rock, experimental jazz, ambient and contemporary avant-classical styles. His enthusiasm for exploring new territory is evident and a few tracks — including the kitschy, driving "Go Wash The Dishes," suspense-film interlude "Bela Runs to the Bathroom," country-fried "Ragweed" and hilariously bombastic closer "A Pompous Prelude to Nothing" — are engaging enough. But Delusion veers too close to self-indulgent business (the overlong "Bee Pond Road") and amorphous, insubstantial keyboard atmosphere ("A Dry Place") too often for its own good. 2.5 stars


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