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Chance Episodes

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Food Blogger; Tourvan Confessin'; Far From The Matty Crowd; Salon Sound Journal; Bio Dyno Man; Silent Movie, Russia 1995; Watkins Glen; Salvation & Doubt; Township Jive Revisited; Madame Bonsilene; Living The Dream.

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 AAJ Italy Staff

Basso, batteria e quattro fiati. Si presentano così i Dead Cat Bounce ensemble fondato nel 1997 da Matt Steckler e giunto con Chance Episodes (lavoro originariamente commissionato dalla Chamber Music America) alla quarta pubblicazione. Potenza e ricchezza espressiva da big band, duttilità da piccolo combo, flessibilità nell'attraversare con leggerezza gli stili e i generi più disparati ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dead Cat Bounce: Chance Episodes

Read "Chance Episodes" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

It does not behoove to fall for the apparent flippancy of Dead Cat's Bounce. The name of the ensemble is merely an ironic take on the state of the union; and on a larger canvas it casts aspersions on the relevance of capitalism without the folk tradition. Even its use of klezmer music and a mash ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dead Cat Bounce: Chance Episodes

Read "Chance Episodes" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Saxophonist Matt Steckler is a man of many parts. As a musician he has led his own bands including the imaginatively titled Dead Cat Bounce and has played with some of the finest including saxophonists Anthony Braxton and Lee Konitz, and percussionist Bobby Sanabria. His varied associations and wide comfort zone are manifested in the array ...

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

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Food Blogger; Tourvan Confessin'; Far From The Matty Crowd; Salon Sound Journal; Bio Dyno Man; Silent Movie, Russia 1995; Watkins Glen; Salvation & Doubt; Township Jive Revisited; Madame Bonsilene; Living The Dream.

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 ...


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