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Pitfall

Label: ReR Megacorp
Released: 2015
Track listing: Club Car; Late Light; The Empty Hour; Hiring Fall; D.O.A.; Left Bank; The Tormentors; Raw Deal; A Career in Space; Pitfall; Notetaker; Murder Stones

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The Remote Viewers: Pitfall

Read "Pitfall" reviewed by Alex Franquelli


I love a bit of Remote Viewers in the evening. If it's not in the scarcely busy second to last northbound Victoria Line carriage, I follow their urban drifts while strolling, hands in my pockets, on a straight line: the shortest trajectory from A to home. The things you see while listening to this London-based septet ...

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Crimeways

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: Crimeways; The Mark on the Wall; On a Quiet Front; A Strayed Riveter; Woken by Water; Three Faces West; New Statue; Vague Boxes; Mass Isolation.

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The Remote Viewers: Crimeways

Read "Crimeways" reviewed by Alex Franquelli


There is an almost indiscernible, cynical element in The Remote Viewers' music. It is probably hidden between the folds of its noir aesthetics, where contemporary fables of cops and thugs, the fuzz and hoodlums, seem to flourish in the dark corners of complex rhythmic patterns and atonalism. Or it is maybe the juxtaposition between the nocturnal, ...

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City Of Nets

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: City Of Nets; Strange Welcome; Red Test; The Wiring Party; Trivia; A Girl And A Gun; Table Talk; Dark Threat; Uninvited; Night Desk

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The Remote Viewers: City Of Nets

Read "City Of Nets" reviewed by Alex Franquelli


From A to B. The language spoken by The Remote Viewers is one that feeds itself with the interferences caused by lines crossing each other at various speeds in a continuous effort to connect the dots. We, the humans, are the thriving beads forever longing that 'B' we, sometimes, don't even want to reach. City of ...

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To The North

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Track listing: Journey To The Border; The Lure Of Heresy; Saturation Bombing; All The Conspirators; The High Place; To The North; The Memorial.

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The Remote Viewers: To The North

Read "To The North" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


The ongoing saga of The Remote Viewers entails personnel changes that are neatly fitted into a particular program or stream of consciousness. On To The North, saxophonists Adrian Northover and David Petts extend the band's distinct methodology via a four-sax attack, with marimba and a standard rhythm section. True to form, the musicians pursue off-kilter rhythmic ...

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The Remote Viewers: Sinister Heights

Read "Sinister Heights" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Reedmen David Petts and Adrian Northover form the crux of The Remote Viewers, a band that gained notoriety via several albums for the largely avant-garde and progressive jazz-based Leo Records. But this double CD release marks the duo's third release as an Indie record label entity. Here, they employ several instrumentalists, including British free-jazz denizens, bassist ...


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