With music which has been compaired by many reviewers as Canterbury Scene, Supersister could easily count itself among the best Dutch bands of the time in the late 1960s and
early 1970s. Albums like Present from Nancy and Iskander still stand the test of time some 50 years later. On the new album, Retsis Repus - released under the name Supersister Projekt 2019, the recognizable Supersister sound is still here, as can be clearly
heard in the opening tracks Memories Are New IV, with the highly recognizable Supersister organ sound. But on the other hand, a new sound has been added by the addition of violins and trombones. Both styles, for example, come together beautifully in For You
And Nobody Else, and makes this Supersister sounds slightly like Big Big Train but with unusual tempo and tempo changes and a beautiful violin solo. In Next Door Movie, on the other hand, a vibraphone is being added. Guitars are absent, being somewhat of a
trade mark of the band. A large number of guest musicians, including the rhythm section of the Golden Earring, the Dutch stand-up comedian Freek de Jonge (in Cuckoo) and Henk Hofstede of the Nits. Fans of Supersister will be more than satisfied with
Retsis Repus. A more detailed review will follow shortly on our cd/dvd review page.