Harsha Neel go to album. Trioscapes Greensboro, North Carolina. Each release is so different but still fresh and so uniquely your brand. Astro The Fox Purely amazing. I’m sure there are plenty of other analogies and comparisons that can be drawn between this album and other artists’ styles and works, but I’ll be damned if that isn’t the most accurate. The Further Side by Nova Collective.
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Please keep making music. William Owens The Meshuggah of jazz. Digital Dream Sequence kicks aequence with a batshit insane title track and basically doesn’t stop.
Then there’s the playing on the record… oh man, is there the playing on the record. The music is fast-paced, hardly repeats itself and even delves into some ridiculously long passages that are easy to miss if you start thinking about literally anything else, but it’s worth it.
If you like Trioscapes, you may also like: Songs like “Hysteria” break down into stomping, jagged grooves that bang off the walls with reckless abandon and “From the Earth to the Moon” even contains some really interesting, well-written building, ambient sections that culminate into well-placed musical explosions. Cosmik Sindika by Fabriano Fuzion. The combination of bassist Dan Briggs and drummer Matt Lynch is enough to make you need to listen to the record alone, though it’s difficult to definitely say the two are the “rhythm section.
Purchasable with gift card. Keep up the good work! From the Earth to the Moon Share on Facebook Share on Twitter E-mail. Bandcamp Album of the Day Sep 25, go to album.
TRIOSCAPES | Digital Dream Sequence
The song takes everything you’ve heard up to this point from the album — the screeching woodwinds, the insane bass playing, and seemingly infinitely-limbed drumming — and throws that shit right out the window.
Bandcamp Album of the Trjoscapes Sep 25, Two bubbling broken beat songs get a pair of reworks that present the core elements in different forms while leaving the chill vibes intact.
Digital Dream Sequence is a demanding listen that doesn’t fuck around. Don’t get esquence wrong here. Each release is so different but still fresh and so uniquely your brand.
Let’s get right down to business here: While the album contains a lot of frantic jazz and blistering solos that would make most musicians feel like they need to go woodshed their respective instrument right away, it’s wequence all just shred and 32nd notes left and right.
Handmade Cities by Plini. Erik Stevenson Fantastic album guys! Digital Dream Sequence is a planned attack on your ears, meticulously written to encompass all the violent, destructive natures of metal, but wrapped up in a jazzy package. No one sound is out of place and every phrase has significant aural impact. Briggs and Lynch solo like madmen, dance around grooves without any sort of difficulty, but above all know exactly when to shut the hell up and let phenomenal wind player Walter Fancourt take center stage.
Otherwise, guaranteed crime spree! Digital Dream Sequence is exactly what would have happened if Frank Zappa played for Between the Buried and Me and forced them not to be metal any more. The closer “The Jungle” is an interesting beast all its own considering it clocks in at minutes, but damn is it an excellent closer. Micah W go to album.
Trioscapes – Digital Dream Sequence (2014)
From the Earth to the Moon. That solo in Pastures Just incredible, so much positivity, complexity and emotion in everything you release. This is intelligent music.