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Producer Edison has been making music for awhile, but now he’s about to reveal a new project for all to hear. The album is being released by Egadz through KidWithoutRadio.com, and when you hear Edison’s music, you’ll understand why they’re working together on this one. People Are Bad Animals is the name of the new Edison album, and anyone who loves beat craftsmanship will love what he does here with textures, atmospherics, and overall feel of his songs.
People Are Bad Animals will be made available in full for download on February 8th, but you can stream the tracks with the player below.
Sometimes all you need is 11 songs in 35 minutes to make a point, then get the hell out of the studio and damage the world. This is what Fops do on their debut album, Yeth Yeth Yeth (Monotreme), but the musicians involved are not new to the scene. They are a duo consisting of vocalist Dee Kesler and lyricist Chadwick Donald Bidwell, and together they create a sound that could be like a cross between Velvet Underground, Let’s Active, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Joy Division, and anything dark, gloomy, and gothy that will make you want to squeeze into a latex outfit, walk to your local graveyard, and light your favorite incense as you move your body in egocentric figure 8′s. That may sound funny, but the music is not, and rather than place an alluded stereotype as I did, create your own vibe with it. It has the feel of those dark mood albums of the late 70′s early 80′s but with a sense that a little bit of sunshine will help change their ways. My hope is that Fops will continue to make music that longs for the sunshine, as that will be what makes them strong. Finding the sunshine would only turn them into something different, although I’d probably enjoy that too.
Yeth Yeth Yeth is the first of two albums recorded, a second will be released sometime this year.
The sounds of Africa are taken to a new level with the debut album by Bones & Tones, a group featuring Warren Smith (vibraphone & percussion), Jaribu Shahid (bass & percussion), Lloyd Haber (marimba, bells & percussion), and Abdou Mboup (percussion, vocals, and kora). It would loosely be considered jazz only because it’s more organized and structured, so don’t expect the freedoms of indigenous music even though the so-called “world” qualities are in this. What I like about this is that it takes the listener to places as if it’s a walk through history, and one that is meant to allow you to understand and feel the people of these different lands. Some of this is arranged very well to where it might be used for movie soundtracks, or even something like a Super Mario video game. That might sound like I’m giving Bones & Tones a backhand, but I say this with sincerity. Some of it sounds like the perfect video game music, or what you expect to hear when you turn on your Wii. It may sound basic at first but as you begin to listen, it’s its simplicity that helps make it work. I found Shahid’s bass work to be damn good too, especially in “228″, and if the name is familiar, then your taste in jazz would make you enjoy this album just as much as his previous work. Mboup, Haber, and Smith have also worked with everyone from Sam Rivers, Ornette Coleman, and Joe Zawinul to Aretha Franklin and The Talking Heads, so these are people who know very well what they’re doing. Now find out what they’re doing together, in musical unity.
(The debut from Bones & Tones will be released on March 1st.)
When you start your album out with a Beatles cover, especially one that sounds nothing like the original, I’m ready to listen. In this case, saxophonist Shawn Costantino does this with a cool version of “Can’t Buy Me Love”, and from that point on the album keeps on getting better. Waltz For Anne isn’t an album that just spotlights the artist, but all of the musicians. Costantino could easily say “I’m going to do my work and just play the sax in everything”, but in the title track you also have guitarist Andrew Synowiec with an incredible electric solo, bassist David Hughes getting deep into the funk that drummer Jens Kuross creates, before paving the way for organist Lincoln Cleary, and overall it has the same kind of feel you might find on some boogaoo Blue Note or Prestige jazz circa 1968/1969. It’s slanky, sweaty, and funky, but then Castantino and friends show that they’re not just retro pioneers, but explorers of moods and emotion on this album.
What I like about Constantino’s playing is that he understands control and limits. I love it when a musician goes beyond the point of no return, but I also like it when someone is reserved. Whether it’s the sax, clarinet,or flutes, he’s capable of working everything into a song but knowing exactly when to place a period in an expression or allowing another band member to carry on with a theme. The songs are arranged very well, his originals are quite good, but also worthy is his cover of James Taylor‘s “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely”, which will definitely please jazz fans who aren’t particularly fond of Taylor’s own work, as it keeps to the original acoustic qualities but making it better. Guitarist Synowiec even gets a song placed within the mix with the album closer, “Bailout”, and if you’re someone who loves some of the guitar work that can be found on mid to late 70′s ECM, listen to him go back and forth with Costantino on “Whatever You Do”. Put it on in the background and create the perfect night for lovers, or at least to kick back in your electric chair to be mesmerized by the recording and musicianship.
While Costantino has performed and recorded with others throughout the years, Waltz For Anne is his first album as a leader. All I have to say to that is “damn, what took you so long?” Sometimes it takes time for things to be aged to its prime, and while Costantino is far from being in his prime, the release of this album shows that this is his time. Yes, that last sentence dabbled in rhyme.
The sounds of the Mediterranean are explored on this new album by Alekos Galas, whose chosen instrument is the bouzouki. On Mediterranean Breeze (Ehos) he mixes up a bit of sounds from his Greek heritage and mixes it up with pop and smooth jazz.
I found the pop sounds and those that steered more to the Greek side of things were very good, and I can easily imaging this to be used for a wide range of things. For smooth jazz fans, the material here is sure to gain him a bit of airplay. While I may not give the smooth jazz repeat airplays, his musicianship within the boundaries of the music help give the mood a nice touch generally not heard, or at least because the bouzouki is not an instrument commonly explored in the genre. While Galas may have have preferred styles on this album, I’d like to be able to hear him in other genres and projects. Job well done.
You may be familiar with the San Francisco band The Fresh & Onlys with the release of their Play It Strange album this past October on In The Red. People who have heard it are calling it a pop masterpiece-in-the-making, and that’s not bad for a group who are already being asked to perform at some of Europe’s popular music festivals.
The Fresh & Onlys also know that many have not heard of them, and they are going to remedy this a bit by going on tour after a few shows at this year’s South By Southwest. They’ll start the year off with a small handful of shows in February, head to Texas for SXSW, and then welcome fans in the spring with a tour that will take them from Colorado to Alabama, playing with other bands you may already be familiar with. Check out the itinerary:
02/27 San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill ~
03/16 – 03/19 Austin, TX SXSW
03/21 San Diego, CA Tin Can Alehouse
03/22 Los Angeles, CA Echo
04/12 Denver, CO Hi Dive &
04/13 Lawrence, KS The Jackpot Saloon &
04/14 Bloomington, IN The Bishop &
04/15 Pittsburgh, PA Brillobox &
04/18 Cincinnati, OH MOTR Pub &
04/19 Saint Louis, MO The Billiken Club !
04/20 Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall %
04/21 Toronto, ON Parts & Labour &
04/22 Montreal, QC Il Motore &
04/23 Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg %
04/24 Philadelphia, PA Kung Fu Necktie %
04/25 Washington, DC Red Palace %
04/27 Atlanta, GA The Earl %
04/28 Birmingham AL Bottletree %
~ w/ Growlers, Pleasure Kills, Wrong Words
% w/ Crocodiles, Young Prisms
& w/ Young Prisms
! w/ Crocodiles
The band have a new EP scheduled for release around the time they go on tour, and will no doubt include those songs in their sets.
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