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Pass If Music

Label: Leaving Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Anemone Swerve; East LA Haze Dream; Coffee Mainframe; Trudge; Drowning Interlude; Hyena; Rev; Final Chamber; ZeroZero.

Wilkes

Label: Leaving Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Welcome; Today; Run; Tonight; Hug; Descending.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sam Wilkes: Wilkes

Read "Wilkes" reviewed by Matt Hooke

A debut album by a bassist sometimes features displays of tremendous virtuosity, an attempt to expand the boundaries of an instrument often relegated to the background. Think of Jaco Pastorius's self-titled debut album. On Wilkes, LA session musician Sam Wilkes, best known for backing electronic duo Knowner, goes in the opposite direction, and that's what makes ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sam Gendel: Pass If Music

Read "Pass If Music" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Los Angeles-based alto saxophonist Sam Gendel produced every sound on this album live, using only his saxophone. But you would be unlikely to think so after hearing it. Opening track “Anemone Swerve" sounds like an outtake by trumpeter Jon Hassell--returning the favor for Hassell's reedy, somewhat saxophone-like trumpet sound. Gendel also favors the same sort of ...


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