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Manifest Density

Label: MoonJune Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. Save the Yuppie Breeding Grounds (R.Davidson); 02. Ephebus Amoebus (K.Millard); 03. Nacho Sunset (D.Rea); 04. $9 Pay-per-View Lifetime TV Movie (R.Davidson); 05. Manifest Density (D.Rea); 06. Uncle Tang's Cabinet of Dr.Caligari (D.Rea); 07. Disillusioned Avatar (A.Allen); 08. Kuru (D.Rea); 09. Revenge Grandmother (R.Davidson); 10. Staggerin' (D.Rea); 11. Middlebrau (D.Rea/B.Horist).


Moraine: Manifest Density

Read "Manifest Density" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Le prime note di “Save the Yuppie Breeding Grounds," con chitarra, violino e violoncello leggeri ma penetranti e sulle strade del post-rock, contengono una melodia trasognante. Non solo rock evidentemente in questo Manifest Density, ma sicuramente anche jazz, un jazz leggero, tanto soffice da avvicinarsi al third stream, come in “Nacho Sunset," una composizione di vari ...

Manifest Density

Label: MoonJune Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Save the Breeding Grounds; Ephebus Amoebus; Nacho Sunset; $9 Pay-per-View Lifetime TV Movie; Manifest Destiny; Uncle Tang's Cabinet of Dr. Caligari; Disillusioned Avatar; Kuru; Revenge Grandmother; Staggerin'; Middlebräu.


Moraine: Manifest DeNsity

Read "Manifest DeNsity" reviewed by John Kelman

The place where chamber music meets the intensity and attitude of rock music has been explored, in recent years, by groups including Canada's Bell Orchestre and US-based Clogs. Add to that list Moraine, a Seattle-based quintet that, with its unorthodox line-up of violin, cello, electric guitar, bass, and drums, has plenty of attitude--and energy. This ain't ...


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