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Free Nelson Mandoomjazz - The Organ Grinder
Free Nelson Mandoomjazz
The Organ Grinder
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Rare Noise)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
With the release of 2013‘s double EP/The Shape of Doomjazz To Come/Saxophone Giganticus, the renegade Scottish trio Free Nelson Mandoomjazz laid out its musical manifesto in bone-crunching terms and followed up in 2014 with the equally potent Awakening of a Capital. Both recordings showcased the Edinburgh-based musicians Colin Stewart (bass), Paul Archibald (drums) and Rebecca Sneddon (alto sax) in a provocative blend of doom metal and free jazz, influenced principally by such artists as Black Sabbath, Electric Wizard, Sun Ra, Sonny Rollins, Albert Ayler and Wayne Shorter. The band's sound has progressed with each new recording, and now with The Organ Grinder they take it up a couple of notches. While retaining the same intensely throbbing core that is at the heart of Free Mandoomjazz music, the addition of trumpeter Luc Klein and trombonist Patrick Darley on a few tracks brings new colors and textures to the proceedings. This is a bigger, bolder vision for the group without forsaking its punk-jazz essence.The band will be touring China October 2016 after some dates in Scotland at the end of September 2016. November they will be playing in Poland.
Free Nelson Mandoomjazz - Shape Of Doomjazz To Come & Saxophone Giganticus
Free Nelson Mandoomjazz
Shape Of Doomjazz To Come & Saxophone Giganticus
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Rare Noise)
22,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
With a crunching sound that is as teeth-chatteringly heavy as metal icons like Slayer and Megadeth or ferocious grindcore groups like Napalm Death and Brutal Truth, yet is imbued with the freedom principle of such avant garde jazz icons as saxophonists Marshall Allen, Albert Ayler and Peter Brotzman, the formidable instrumental power trio from Scotland known as Free Nelson Mandoom Jazz debuts on the London-based RareNoise label with a provocative double EP that will confound jazz critics as it challenges the thrashmetalgrindcore community.Jointly named for the late South African freedom fighter Nelson Mandela and the genre of fuzz-bass-inflected heavy-duty improvisation dubbed oomjazz', this renegade trio of bassist Colin Stewart, drummer Paul Archibald and alto saxophonist Rebecca Sneddon rattles the very grey matter of your brain on their imposing Shape of Doomjazz to Come/Saxophone Giganticus.
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