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Dre Hocevar Trio: Coding Of Evidentiality

Read "Coding Of Evidentiality" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

With his multinational trio, Slovenian drummer Dre Hocevar molds unorthodox instrumentation into a branded musical statement. He integrates an asymmetrical configuration of structure and improvisation, offering fragmented and rolling thematic designs with similes of gravitational pull during the artists' exchanges.

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Dre Hocevar Trio: Coding Of Evidentiality

Read "Coding Of Evidentiality" reviewed by John Sharpe

Slovenian-born, New York based drummer Dre Hocevar may not be a familiar name to many but that will likely change after Coding Of Evidentiality. Hocevar has convened a trio which sits comfortably in the lineage of the Portuguese Red Trio (who can be heard to good effect on Empire (No Business, 2011, Stem (Clean Feed, 2012) ...

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Dre Hocevar Trio: Coding Of Evidentiality

Read "Coding Of Evidentiality" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Given the title of drummer Dre Hocevar's recording, the question arises: can one classify or identify a system's disorder, i.e. entropy? The liner notes give us a hint. Laurence Donohue-Greene writes, this trio of Hocevar, pianist Bram De Looze and cellist St.Louis, “develop each improvisation compositionally and with tenacious unity." I suspect, when there is human ...