Results for "Flown"
The style of this trio is based on mixed sounds characterized by a strong and marked rhythmic pattern. Synthetic sounds and percussions are in perfect harmony and synergy with visionary guitars, creating a continuous movement that finds its balance in its own contrasts: bass, harmony, and melody change constantly their performers. The rhythmic structure intertwines different elements through composition and improvisation. The pieces of this trio belong to different "ways of thinking" about jazz: from dreamy lyricism reflecting ECM influence to the more powerful groove of the NY contemporary scene with hints of beat/electro music. Andrea Cappi (Wurlitzer, Synths & Piano); Pietro Monari (Guitar & Efx); Riccardo Vandelli (Drums) | Featuring: Ivan Valentini (Saxophone).
by Geno Thackara
As band names go, this is one with a range of possible meanings. Some searching shows that it's actually been used by a handful of different outfits ranging from punk-metal to experimental electronics. The Flown from Modena, Italy, meanwhile, finds a niche blending an insistent sense of rhythm with the looseness of free-jazz improv. They sound ...