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1.2.MAX

Label: Apart records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Csikos Post; 1.2.Max; Cherry Blossom Avenue; Miracle Thunder; Clam Chowder; BANZAI; Even If The Flowers Fall, We Won't; Woo-Ha!!.

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Pe'z: 1.2.MAX

Read "1.2.MAX" reviewed by Ian Patterson

As the title of Pe'z's 1. 2. MAX reflects, the adrenalin kicks in quickly and doesn't let up. This five-piece band from Japan, which has been together for ten years, purveys a brand of high energy, groove-based anarcho-jazz which takes jazz- funk, ska and the irreverence of punk as its references. In terms of energy and ...

Irrealis

Label: Apart records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Modus Irrealis (7:06), Itness II (4:59), Miss Pasa and (Monsigneur) S (7:18), Devi Dance (4:08), Swoop (6:08), Itness IV (4:47), Big Hand (4:35), Itness III (5:43), Have to see (every day) (4:40), Itness I (5:03), Ut (6:11)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Johan Zakrisson/Joakim Milder: Irrealis

Read "Irrealis" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Upon hearing the first notes of Irrealis, there was a strong sense of déjà vu that just would not quit. As “Modus Irrealis continued to play, it hit me -- Loren Stillman's How Sweet It Is! The piano voicings, Milder's tone and the flow of the melody and the interaction of the drums and bass produced ...


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