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Mike Pride’s From Bacteria to Boys: Betweenwhile

Read "Betweenwhile" reviewed by Nic Jones

Drummer Mike Pride is nothing if not busy, as a list of past collaborators including Milford Graves, George Lewis and Mary Halvorson shows. Such collaborations inevitably testify to his range, as does Betweenwhile, the second release by his working quartet. The trouble might be, however, that this very range dilutes the group's identity. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Pride’s From Bacteria to Boys: Betweenwhile

Read "Betweenwhile" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Certainly, any attempt to pigeonhole this drummer is a lesson in failure; priding himself in his diverse interests, whether recording a duet album of free improvisation with Jon Irabagon, on I Don”t Hear Nothin' But The Blues (Loyal Label, 2009), or playing with punk band Millions Of Dead Cops, Mike Pride he has also distinguished himself ...


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