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Seabrook Power Plant: Seabrook Power Plant II

Read "Seabrook Power Plant II" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il banjo elettrificato della centrale nucleare di Seabrook nel New Hampshire (Stati Uniti) ha colpito ancora. Il secondo capitolo dei Seabrook Power Plant, power trio di Brooklyn capitanato da Brandon Seabrook, virtuoso del banjo a corde e di quello tenore a 4 corde, è infatti un altro pugno allo stomaco (il primo omonimo e altrettanto esplosivo album risale al ...

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Seabrook Power Plant: Seabrook Power Plant II

Read "Seabrook Power Plant II" reviewed by Troy Collins

Guitarist Brandon Seabrook is one of the most imaginative six-string virtuosos currently operating in the fertile Brooklyn scene. His enviable talents have been featured in an eclectic variety of projects since the mid-1990s, including Beat Circus, Naftule's Dream and the Peter Evans Quartet, with an extremely percussive technique on tenor banjo adding further mystique to his ...

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Seabrook Power Plant: Seabrook Power Plant

Read "Seabrook Power Plant" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La batteria picchia come un fabbro ma ha la precisione di un orafo, il contrabbasso si dimena come un ossesso e il banjo (avete letto bene, un banjo!) non ha nulla da invidiare alla chitarra del metallaro più incallito. Incubo notturno dopo una serata di bagordi? Niente affatto, più semplicemente, “Peter Dennis Blanford Townshend," il terrificante brano iniziale del debutto ...

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Seabrook Power Plant: Seabrook Power Plant

Read "Seabrook Power Plant" reviewed by Stuart Broomer

Seabrook Power Plant seems like a plausible name for a (sometime) power trio that features two brothers named Seabrook, guitarist-banjoist Brandon and drummer Jared (bassist Tom Blancarte is the third member), but one's sense of the band changes with the knowledge that there's a controversial nuclear power station in Seabrook, New Hampshire that bears the same ...

Power Banjo, Extreme Jazz and a Bit of Twitchy Punk

Seabrook Power Plant began and ended its set on Tuesday night at Zebulon, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with a grimly combative clamor.

Jared Seabrook, the bands drummer, bashed a manhole-cover-size ride cymbal and viciously pummeled his snare; Tom Blancarte clawed at his upright bass with something like frenzied desperation. In the foreground Brandon Seabrook, Jareds brother, ...

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Seabrook Power Plant: Seabrook Powerplant

Read "Seabrook Powerplant" reviewed by Troy Collins

Seabrook Powerplant is the long awaited debut of Brandon Seabrook as an ensemble leader, one of the most impressive young guitarists to arise from the verdant Brooklyn scene. Despite his relatively limited discography, the New England Conservatory graduate has been active since the mid-1990s, as a member of Radical Jewish Culture pioneers Naftule's Dream, the eclectic ...