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CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Laurenzi-Ernst-Green: Sightline

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Chicago based trio Laurenzi-Ernst-Green's debut Sightline is an atmospheric album filled with intriguing patterns and exuberant and elegant spontaneity. An intimate mysticism imbues this collaborative effort of seven original compositions with a modal bent. Bassist Katie Ernst's wordless vocals hauntingly echo saxophonist Dustin Laurenzi's big toned tenor on the mesmerizing “Skoops," while her resonant strings match his vibrato filled sound to a dramatic effect. Drummer Andrew Green's thunderous, almost martial beats drive the passionate and electrifying tune that ...