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RelativE ResonancE

Label: Skirl Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: City Nothing City; In The Cut; Notester; Jungle Design (for Hannah Shaw); Transatlantic Transitions; Undo The Redo; Relative Resonance (for Tad Dameron); Search It Up.

Article: Album Review

Devin Gray: RelativE ResonancE

Read "RelativE ResonancE" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Con Relative Resonance Devin Gray si conferma batterista e band leader di assoluto valore, in grado di mettere in campo una scrittura a più dimensioni, ricca di suggestioni, e di allestire band di alto profilo grazie a musicisti innovativi e dalla mente aperta. Il disco presenta musica complessa, nervosa, irregolare. A volte scontrosa. Nessun evidente filo ...


Article: Album Review

RelativE ResonancE: RelativE ResonancE

Read "RelativE ResonancE" reviewed by Dave Wayne

The music of drummer and composer Devin Gray traverses terrains that will be familiar to those who've investigated artists such as Tyshawn Sorey and Steve Lehman. As complex and highly structured as Gray's music can be, there's a palpable human warmth throughout Relative Resonance which makes the music--in spite of its ultra-busy, highly demanding nature--kind of ...


Article: Album Review

RelativE ResonancE: RelativE ResonancE

Read "RelativE ResonancE" reviewed by Budd Kopman

With RelativE ResonancE, composer and drummer Devin Gray has staked out new, exciting and different territory than that explored in his highly acclaimed previous album, Dirigo Rataplan. Whereas the earlier band (saxophonist Ellery Eskelin, trumpeter Dave Ballou and bassist Michael Formanek) emphasized improvisation within group and compositional boundaries, the music for the new group ...


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City Nothing City

Label: Skirl Records
Released: 2015
Duration: 3:04


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