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Guitarist Ben Tyree: Sonic Architectures Live – Feb Residency @ Art Café (Brooklyn, NY)

Guitarist Ben Tyree: Sonic Architectures Live – Feb Residency @ Art Café (Brooklyn, NY)

NYC-based guitarist and composer Ben Tyree presents Sonic Architectures LIVE residency at Art Café in Brooklyn, NY (884-886 Pacific St. @ Underhill Ave – Prospect Heights 11238) every Tuesday evening in February 2015. The residency will allow Tyree to present new works in solo, duet and larger ensemble configurations collaborating with previous as well as new ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Tyree/BT3: Burn it! LIVE

Read "Burn it! LIVE" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Even prior to moving to New York from his native Washington DC in 2002 Ben Tyree was genre-bending in Miscellaneous Flux, fusing hip-hop, jazz and punk vocabulary. His outright debut as leader, re:Vision (Sonic Architectures, 2010) was a hard-grooving take on contemporary jazz-fusion featuring DJ Logic and John Medeski. That template flew out the window on ...

Burn it! LIVE

Label: Sonic Architectures
Released: 2014
Track listing: The Roots Run Deep; Telekinesis; Acquisition; Shapeshifter; Dizzle McSizzle; The Search; Because We Can; A Song of Hope; Drop Back.

Thoughtform Variations

Label: Sonic Architectures
Released: 2012
Track listing: Soliloquy; No Wrong Turns; What May Come to Be; Bish; David; Thought Forms; Dmanisi; The Gatekeeper.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Tyree: Thoughtform Variations

Read "Thoughtform Variations" reviewed by Ian Patterson

On the face of it, an all-acoustic solo album may seem like something of a departure from guitarist Ben Tyree's eclectic, contemporary New York fusion of re:vision (Sonic Architectures, 2011), with his BT3 trio. Yet, in essence, these eight tracks share an equally wide arc of influences and the same spirit of adventure. Though not as ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Tyree: Thoughtform Variations

Read "Thoughtform Variations" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

In stark contrast to the psychedelic funk rock of re: Vision (2010, Sonic Architectures), Brooklyn-based guitarist Ben Tyree eschews pyrotechnic effects and performs literally naked on his solo acoustic debut, Thoughtform Variations, showing enough imagination and finger-picking stylizations to satisfy both six-string enthusiasts and casual listeners. These original pieces were conceived eight years ...

re:vision

Label: Sonic Architectures
Released: 2011
Track listing: Because We Can; Telekinesis; Shapeshifter; Dizzle McSizzle; The Roots Run Deep; Acquisition; The Search; A Song of Hope, Drop Back.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Tyree/BT3: re:vision

Read "re:vision" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Ben Tyree's compositions on re:vision openly embrace a range of styles in a hard-grooving mixture, where the subtleties of the guitarist's playing are revealed upon repeated listening. Although this is evidently contemporary fusion, Tyree's approach comes from a jazz tradition, stemming from bebop and beyond. It is, however, rock and funk of an altogether more modern ...


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