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Bill Carbone

Buru Style is a half-Connecticut/half-Boston based Live Dub group that meditates on ultra-ethereal riddims from the catalogues of Jamaican Nyabingi artists such as Count Ossie and Cedric Brooks, mixes in newer tracks from the likes of Jah Cure and Richie Spice and plays a whole heap of original music as well. In concert, the nyabingi heartbeat pervades; no matter how dense or sparse the melodies and soundscapes in the upper textures become the rhythm section pulses on. The term “Buru” is taken from a Jamaican music and masquerade tradition. Certain elements of Buru music provided the foundational rhythms for Nyabingi, the traditional drumming of Rastafari

Chance Episodes

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: 01. Food Blogger; 02. Tourvan Confessin'; 03. Far from the Matty Crowd; 04. Salon Sound Journal; 05. Bio Dyno Man; 06. Silent Movie, Russia 1995; 07. Watkins Glen; 08. Salvation & Doubt; 09. Township Jive Revisited; 10. Madame Bonsilene; 11. Living the Dream. Tutte le composizioni sono di Matt Steckler.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dead Cat Bounce: Chance Episodes

Read "Chance Episodes" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Combining a supremely agile multi-reed quartet with a lithe rhythm section, Dead Cat Bounce is anything but moribund on its Cuneiform debut, Chance Episodes. The title is a bit of a misnomer as well, as the highly developed compositions--all written and arranged by saxophonist/woodwind multi-instrumentalist Matt Steckler--leave little to chance. Originally commissioned by Chamber Music America ...

Chance Episodes - Dead Cat Bounce

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 1. Food Blogger 06:52 2. Tourvan Confessin' 06:07 3. Far From The Matty Crowd 08:41 4. Salon Sound Journal 06:31 5. Bio Dyno Man 07:42 6. Silent Movie, Russia 1995 07:55 7. Watkins Glen 04:08 8. Salvation & Doubt 06:06 9. Township Jive Revisited 06:08 10. Madame Bonsilene 03:17 11. Living The Dream 08:10

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dead Cat Bounce: Chance Episodes

Read "Chance Episodes" reviewed by Andrew J. Sammut

Saxophonist/composer Matt Steckler mentions “remembering things anew," when describing the music he wrote for Chance Episodes. Dead Cat Bounce certainly “remembers" several influences on its fourth album, yet its members recollect via their own unique voices. The Boston-based sextet munches on several speeds of hardboiled swing for “Food Blogger," with calypso beats sandwiched ...

Home Speaks to the Wandering - Dead Cat Bounce

Label: Innova Recordings
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1 Hiram Hinckler's Shrunken Heads 6:40 2 SOS Ankara 5:54 3 Hepcat Revival 5:21 4 Myopia Hunt Club 4:28 5 Hear My Flow 7:56 6 Cats: Is It Fish Or Finite? 7:15 7 Dis You, Dear 5:32 8 Angelic & Podlike 6:45 9 I Once Was Vaccinated With A Photograph Needle 4:11 10 Department Of Homeland Strategery 7:13

Legends of the Nar - Dead Cat Bounce

Label: Chonsky
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1 Groovsiewhatsie? 6:15 2 Dead Cat Catillion 7:31 3 Minnie's Lonesome 8:23 4 Meltwater 4:01 5 Gone Awry 3:13 6 Ilha Das Gaivotas 6:52 7 Little Overture 1:30 8 Romulus & Remus 6:35 9 Adzes On The Atolls 6:01 10 Disappearing 5:35 11 Bélafrican 7:05

Lucky By Association - Dead Cat Bounce

Label: Chonsky
Released: 1998
Track listing: 1. Pendulum Sketch 09:39 2. Friar Tuck's Railroad Adventure 05:36 3. Mentes Flexiveis 08:54 4. Elegy (for Jeff Bubb) 04:13 5. Hot Peas & Butter 06:52 6. Goodbye Porkpie Hat 10:11 7. The Null Set 08:38 8. Ictus, Blues-Us 11:49


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