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Radioactive Landscapes EP

Label: Circavision Productions
Released: 2017
Track listing: Gowanus 40; Watertown 34; Nuearth 49.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brian Adler: Radioactive Landscapes EP

Read "Radioactive Landscapes EP" reviewed by Troy Dostert

As was evident on his previous EP releases from 2016, Binary and Mysteries of the Deep, percussionist Brian Adler enjoys working with conceptual frameworks for his compositions. On Binary, he explored the possible interactions between human-and computer-based creativity, and on Mysteries he drew thematic inspiration from the world of Eastern spirituality. These investigations allowed him to ...

Binary & Mysteries of the Deep

Label: Circavision Productions
Released: 2016
Track listing: (Binary): Drone; Binary I. Am I a robot or an ape?!; Binary II. Be!; Binary III. I am. / U R; Binary IV. Or a zombie?; (Mysteries of the Deep): Mantra; Windy Path; Pulses; Rudram.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brian (Shankar) Adler: Binary & Mysteries of the Deep

Read "Binary & Mysteries of the Deep" reviewed by Troy Dostert

For those seeking a bit of metaphysical speculation with their jazz, one could benefit from giving these two new EPs from drummer Brian (Shankar) Adler a careful listen. A thoughtful, creative percussionist, Adler is eager to explore the big questions in his music, and his use of complex rhythmic structures and instrumentation from other traditions (particularly ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Mysteries Of The Deep and Binary from Brian (Shankar) Adler

Read "Mysteries Of The Deep and Binary from Brian (Shankar) Adler" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The compact disc probably won't disappear anytime soon, but the importance of the physical product is on the wane in the music world. Drummer Brian (Shankar) Adler works the “digital download only" mode of operation in his music-making sojourn, with two marvelous, mysterious, free-flowing EP sets, Mysteries of the Deep and Binary. Brian Shankar ...

NEWS: BOOK / MAGAZINE

Book Release: A World Of Percussion: Ten Etudes Inspired By Rhythms From Across The Globe

Book Release: A World Of Percussion: Ten Etudes Inspired By Rhythms From Across The Globe

Circavision Productions Presents the new book: A World of Percussion: Ten études inspired by rhythms from across the globe Available October 1st, 2013 The book, and accompanying CD, encourage its participants to explore sound and rhythm through various percussion instruments and their bodies, while learning about rhythms from around the world. It includes ten colorful percussion ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Brian Adler's Helium Music Project Album Now Available

Brian Adler's Helium Music Project Album Now Available

Brian Adler's Helium Music Project, is a global collaboration that transcends the boundaries of jazz and world music to create a rich new music and format for musical output. “A delightfully uplifting representation of [Adler's] musical philosophy," says Alex Ariff of All About Jazz. The group highlights Adler's love for rhythmic intricacy, texture, and soulful melodies. ...

Freedom Flight

Label: Circavision Productions
Released: 2012
Track listing: Freedom Flight/Blackbird; Journey; Cosmic Love; If Ever I Would Leave You; Ode To A Folk Song; Sleep Away; The Swimming Song; E Preciso Perdoar; Me, The Mango Picker; Shower The People; Don't Think Twice, It's All Right.


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