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Kevin Sun: (Un)seaworthy

Read "(Un)seaworthy" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Kevin Sun brings a fresh energy and and sense of adventure to the saxophone trio format on this CD. In the company of bassist Walter Stinson and drummer Matt Honor, he plays around with tone, rhythm and tempo, creating exciting music which blends the traditional and the experimental. Sun's sax tone on “Seaworthy (Unseaworthy)" ...

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Kevin Sun: The Sustain of Memory

Read "The Sustain of Memory" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Il secondo album da leader del trentenne sassofonista e clarinettista newyorchese Kevin Sun è un'opera lunga, due CD, e complessa, articolata su tre suite diverse per organico e clima. La prima suite—"The Middle of Tension," in sei parti per un totale di trentasei minuti—vede di scena un classico quartetto, nel quale Sun è accompagnato ...

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(Un)seaworthy

Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Bad Lady; Seaworthy (Unseaworthy); Latinate; Prelude/Genuflecting at the Cathedral of the Perpetual Hustle; Facsimilate (Unlike You).

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Kevin Sun: (Un)seaworthy

Read "(Un)seaworthy" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Although he's a relative newcomer to the jazz world, having released his debut album, Trio (Endectomorph Music) in 2018, tenor saxophonist Kevin Sun is well on his way toward staking a major claim as a distinctive composer and soloist. After an excellent two-disc effort, The Sustain of Memory (Endectomorph) in 2019, he's now adding to his ...

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The Middle of Tensions I

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Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2019
Duration: 03:30

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Kevin Sun: The Sustain of Memory

Read "The Sustain of Memory" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Ambition is good. Saxophonist Kevin Sun has it. He proves it by releasing--before attaining his thirtieth birthday--The Sustain of Memory, a cinematic two-disc set of atmospheric avant-garde music in trio, quartet and quintet settings, which maintains a start-to-finish focus of an expansive artistic vision. “I've always been drawn to sprawling, encyclopedic or maximalist works ...

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Kevin Sun: The Sustain of Memory

Read "The Sustain of Memory" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This is an ambitious set of compositions by saxophonist Kevin Sun, 2 CDs which contain three suites for various-sized small groups, each with its own distinct identity. “The Middle Of Tensions" is in six sections played by a quartet of Sun, pianist Dana Saul, bassist Walter Stinson and drummer Matt Honor. Most of this ...

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Easy Listening

Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Sink Song; Volume; Suchness; Don't Look at the Pot; Gallimaufry; Hey Wanna Dance; Toupee; Big Bear; Silo; Easy Listening; Tu.

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The Sustain of Memory

Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: The Middle of Tensions I; The Middle of Tensions II; The Middle of Tensions III; The Middle of Tensions IV; The Middle of Tensions V; The Middle of Tensions VI; Circle Line I; Circle, Line II; Circle, Line III; Circle, Line IV; Circle, Line V, Circle Line VII; Circle, Line VIII; Circle, Line IX; Circle Line X; Circle, Line XI; Circle, Line XII; The Rigors of Love I; The Rigors of Love II; The Rigors of Love III.

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Earprint: Easy Listening

Read "Easy Listening" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Earprint's second album follows the template laid down by its first: relatively short tracks that concentrate a bevy of ideas into energetic four to six minute bursts. Trumpeter Tree Palmedo and saxophonist Kevin Sun bounce off each other's lines with precision and style while bassist Simon Willson and drummer Dor Herskovits provide a sizzling underbed of ...


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