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KTU: Quiver

Read "Quiver" reviewed by John Kelman

There's often considerable difference between live and studio recording, where the facility's greater capacity for control and manipulation can almost become an additional band member. Still, for some the difference is a subtle one. In the case of KTU--a collective that began with half of King Crimson (Warr guitarist Trey Gunn and traps/button man Pat Mastelotto) ...


8 Armed Monkey

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2005
Track listing: Sumu; Optikus; Sineen; Absinthe; Keho.


Article: Album Review

KTU: 8 Armed Monkey

Read "8 Armed Monkey" reviewed by Paul Olson

King Crimson percussionist Pat Mastellotto and ex-Crim Warr guitarist Trey Gunn (who work together as the duo TU) combine with accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen and samples maven Samuli Kosminen (known together as Kluster) to form KTU--pronounced “K2." 8 Armed Monkey was essentially recorded live in Tokyo and Helsinki--the basic tracks, anyway--and then edited and structured by Mastelotto ...


Article: Album Review

Ktu: 8 Armed Monkey

Read "8 Armed Monkey" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Finnish accordion player Kimmo Pohjonen's compositions tend to lead him into ecstacy and a wild, orgiastic release. Pohjonen usually starts playing sitting, as calm as if he was tranquilized by shamanic medicine, but soon he surrenders to flushes of musical energy that hit him and push him into a twisted dance that challenges his huge accordion, ...


Article: Album Review

Ktu: 8 Armed Monkey

Read "8 Armed Monkey" reviewed by Michael McCaw

KTU, pronounced K2, has a lot of things working against it when it comes to finding potential listeners. When someone picks up an album that consists of musicians performing with a Warr guitar, vocal samples, rhythmic devices, and accordion, there isn't a reference point to really draw on that would even come close to the sounds ...


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