Results for "Ropeadope"
by Phillip Woolever
It's not easy to categorize this brief eclectic offering via Infinity Gritty, but that's more than likely a primary point of the five-man collaboration's wide-ranging experimental soundscape. While the EP contains only a minimal amount of actual jazz elements and may not excite traditionalists, it does feature some excellent instrumentation, with a finely tuned ...
by Geno Thackara
Even though they came at different times and are good for all seasons, this is a batch of small delights that all share a certain brightness and playfulness. They make a fine bill when put together, with or without any direct connections. Chance Hayden Grab & Go Ropeadope 2020
by Mike Jacobs
Six years after the release of his solo debut, Golden Age (Okeh, 2014), Nir Felder's follow-up II brings into sharper focus some of the guitarist's more compelling dichotomies as a player. His instrument of choice is the usually more crystalline-sounding Stratocaster but Felder somehow elicits a fatter-than-a-big-ol'-jazz-box tone from it. His style as ...
Track listing: LTAR I: Invocation; Siddhartha; LTAR II: The Gathering; MB Blues; LTAR III: Good & Evil; Modern Preternatural Rumble; LTAR IV: Pugilism; Heads or Tails; LTAR V: Ritualism; Begging the Beguine; Musical Tramps (2019); LTAR VI: Phases; Wish; LTAR VII: Antiquity (Peace); The Sloth; LTAR VIII: Counter Culture; Feel My Way Forward; Shape of Rumbles to Come; LTAR IX: Isolation; Somersault of the Earth