Double trio collaboration/confrontation (some of both...as it should be; and as 'collider' suggests) from two of the planet's outstanding improvising units, in my book. Think of them as a matching pair of gloves...
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All these trax are good. James Blood Ulmer, via Ornette, enabled me to emerge from my be-bop coffin 1981. Harmolodics & the No Wave inspired the formation of Great White Noise, Sydney 1982-83. I'm still enjoying shaking off the rigamort. Am happy to dance with idiots.
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Total mastery of patience, time, and drama create a constantly engaging journey that never gets tiresome or same-y: in fact the harder you listen the better it gets! Somehow Sorey et al. find a way to combine the deep listening and spontaneous interaction of the best jazz with the sense of every tone and sound being worth a universe of listening, which could be equally from Cage and Feldman or the accompaniment to an ancient ritual.
The recording/engineering is absolutely perfect as well. Giles
Two fifths of the acclaimed group Irreversible Entanglements create a revolutionary LP celebrating Latin and Afro-Caribbean influences through intricate drum and brass arrangements. Bandcamp Album of the Day Oct 21, 2020
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Daisy and Vandermark have a strong collaborative track record and the addition of Thieke is equally convincing...clarinet and bass clarinet is a pairing not often heard...simply high quality. John Cratchley