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"Inti" by Machine Mass

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Inti
Record Label: Moonjune Records
By Machine Mass
Released: 2014

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Fiona's Comments

Renders you in a silent way.

About the Album

Opening track from "INTI" by Machine Mass featuring Dave Liebman (MoonJune Records, February 18, 2014 release date) Much more than just a meeting of modern progressive jazz heavyweights, MACHINE MASS's Inti witnesses the seamless cohesion of extraordinary creativity fusing with technology. Reformed with renowned modern jazz legend, Dave Liebman, Machine Mass (formerly MACHINE MASS TRIO) utilizes rhythmically-complex loops "on the fly," while fusing their spontaneous interactions into a group dynamic that challenges music-making convention in the broadest sense.... and the results are spellbinding. Recorded live in the studio with no overdubs (in just one afternoon, no less!), this monumental session bears witness to three seasoned musicians in top form -- producing music that is fresh, challenging, profound and moving. Rules are acknowledged and rules are discarded, and the resulting sonic bouillabaisse, Inti, signals some truly exciting new directions for progressive music!

Track Listing

Inti; Centipede; Lloyd; In A Silent Way; A Sight; Utoma; The Secret Place; Elisabeth; Voice.

Personnel

Michel Delville: guitar, Roland GR09, electronics; Tony Bianco: drums, loops, percussion; Dave Liebman: soprano & tenor saxophone, wooden flute; Saba Tewelde: vocals (7).

Reviews

  • Inti by Neri Pollastri
  • Inti by Glenn Astarita

Date featured

February 25, 2014

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