Sign Of IV – Kiama (5.1 FLAC)

$17.99 USD

Kiami is an all-star progressive rock band formed by Rob Reed (Magenta), Andy Edwards (Frost, IQ), Luke Machin (Maschine, The Tangent), and Dylan Thompson (The Reasoning).

Their debut album, Sign Of IV (2016), recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World studio, is skillfully written, with organic and spacious arrangements, nuances, mood changes and littered with sweet moments.

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Kiami is an all-star progressive rock band formed by Rob Reed (Magenta), Andy Edwards (Frost, IQ), Luke Machin (Maschine, The Tangent), and Dylan Thompson (The Reasoning). Their debut album, Sign Of IV (2016), recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World studio, is skilfully written, with organic and spacious arrangements, nuances, mood changes and littered with sweet moments.

Rob Reed explains: “We drew from a pool of musical references from the early ‘70s who were primarily thought of as rock bands, but to me were responsible for some of the greatest ‘prog’ epics. Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir,” Rainbow’s “Stargazer,” and Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” were the order of the day. There was no point in doing what each of us had done previously in our respective bands, the goal was to do something different. We just did what we liked, so each track ended up with a different feel. These days albums are very linear, stay in one style and can be a little monotonous.”

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How to Play Your 5.1 FLAC files: Method 1:

1. You will need a laptop with software that supports 5.1 FLAC playback (freeware options include VLC Media Player, Foobar2000, etc)
2. Connect your laptop to your A/V receiver via HDMI cable
3. Be sure to select HDMI as the audio output in your laptop’s audio settings menu
4. Open FLAC files in your software media player of choice
5. Enjoy!

Method 2:

1. You will need a Blu-Ray player that supports 5.1 FLAC playback
2. Make sure you format your thumb drive to FAT 32
3. Move the 5.1 FLAC files to USB drive
4. Plug drive in Blu-Ray player’s USB port
5. Select USB in the player’s menu and navigate to where the files are located
6. Enjoy!