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Lotigus by Tobias Klein

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Album Title: Hipsters Gone Ballistic
Label: TryTone
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Fiona's Comments

Sounds like a Hogmanay pipe massacre overseen by electric Miles and one too many Auchentoshan. Those naughty Niravalic Netherlanders.

About the Album

The track is from the new Spinifex album 'Hipsters Gone Ballistic.' It features a beautiful trumpet solo by Gijs Levelt and fireworks drumming by Philipp Moser. Extremely tight irregular structures and extensive free improvisations, inspired by free jazz, contemporary composed music, math metal and carnatic music. Spinifex was launched in 2006 by saxophonist Tobias Klein, trumpet player Gijs Levelt and flutist Ned McGowan. The first years their activities concentrated on a nonet, the Spinifex Orchestra. In 2008, Spinifex released the cd Triodia, which was very well received.

Personnel

Tobias Klein
Tobias Klein

saxophone

Date featured

December 30, 2013

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