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Tucker Antell: Grime Scene

Read "Grime Scene" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Tucker Antell knows how to make an entrance. The two-minute solo stand that opens Grime Scene finds his stentorian saxophone blowing brusque and fluid across a wide swath. It plays like a strong man's lament-cum-catharsis, but what follows on the same track is something else: a bluesy shuffle with foot tap-inducing properties. This marks the first of many welcome surprises on this pleasing debut. While the pairing of tenor saxophone and organ trio coupled with an affinity ...


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