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Rent Romus' Lords of Outland: 25 years under the mountain

Read "25 years under the mountain" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This Northern California powerhouse unit led by multi-woodwind ace Rent Romus commemorates 25-years in the business with a hard-hitting acoustic-electric jaunt featuring the core rhythm section and new addition, guitarist and violaist, Alex Cohen. Over the years, the collective has enjoyed a refreshing progression of shifting personnel. However, this album is grounded in avant-garde jazz fusion ...

25 years under the mountain

Label: Edgetone Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Grown out of Stone; Like Tears in Ice; Ape of God; A Glass Darky; Revenge of Trees; Systemic Fault; Dark Wind; Under the Mountain; Call from the Deep; Homeward Bound.

Rogue Star

Label: Edgetone Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Prelude to Departure; Space is Expanding; Rogue Star; Think!; Cassini; Past the Vale; Emotism; Kylä vuotti uutta kuuta (The village waited for the new moon); Slipstream.

Deciduous/Midwestern Edition Vol. 1

Label: Edgetone Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Presencing; Skyboat Gliding; Hammer Forge; Shell Games; The Restless Seldom Get Weary; Simo- casting; Within the Time; The Dream Imagined; Margus Fargus.

Rising Colossus

Label: Edgetone Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Prelude to Departure; Space is Expanding; Rogue Star; Think!; Cassini; Past the Vale; Emotism; Kylä vuotti uutta kuuta (The village waited for the new moon); Slipstream.

Au Quotidien, Roughtet

Label: Edgetone Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: we are all in this together; cela commence; you are making this up; do you believe this; je ne sais pas; i would think so; no way!; venez nous voir demain; what are you talking about; vous ne comprenez rien; how wonderful; i hear you.

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Rent Romus' Life's Blood Ensemble: Rogue Star

Read "Rogue Star" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Experimental San Francisco Bay Area record label Edgetone Records states, this band “reflects the influences which make up their collective interest in storytelling, exploring expanded borders, and discovery." No doubt, this red hot ensemble doesn't stay content following a one-dimensional musical path, as they branch out on a recurring basis via these fluid and manifold works. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rent Romus: Deciduous/Midwestern Edition Vol. 1

Read "Deciduous/Midwestern Edition Vol. 1" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This West Coast USA experimental record label always spreads its wings. Part of the fun is anticipating what comes next. Here, label head and distinguished multi-reedman Rent Romus and musical associates pay homage to the avant-garde jazz spirit of the Midwest, citing the birthplace for AACM and innovators such as Albert Ayler, Rahsaan Roland Kirk and ...

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Noertker's Moxie: druidh penumbrae

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With his 9th album for San Francisco Bay Area-based Edgetone Records, bassist, composer Bill Noertker's Moxie ensemble is captured live during performances between 2011-2015. As a composer, he derives influence from famous visual artists, architects, poets and sculptors. Thus, his compositional impetus contains grounded jazz elements, yet his works feature lyrical mosaics of sound amid geometrical ...


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