Leo Drezden

Leo Drezden are technically brilliant in their execution - an explosion of sound that flirts with contemporary jazz

– The Sunday Times

Leo Drezden are a reincarnation of the revered, groove-heavy prog instrumentalists “Rocket Surgery”. They occupy a musical space that blurs the lines between electronica and contemporary jazz-rock arrangements, employing vintage analog synthesisers, samplers, sequencers and drum machines into a four piece rock foundation. 

"Multi-Moment" takes inspiration from 70s synth rock, Japanese film scores and the experimental scope of early british electronica.

Leo Drezden is built on a strong bedrock of rhythm that allows complex melodic twists and turns the freedom to expand

– The Last Mixed Tape

The instrumental quartet have crafted an exhilarating album that takes in tightly-coiled rock jams packed with melodies and electronic pop that buzzes and gurgles with an insatiable appetite

– The Irish Times