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Other Animal

Label: Traumton Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Drown Dreams; Name of Cold Country; Mr. Manga; Stroy; Downbear; Nongeniality; Cloudline; E Dance; No Fruit; Spectral; Qubits; Blim.


Other Animal: Other Animal

Read "Other Animal" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Peter and Bernhard Meyer, two-thirds of the German combo Melt Trio, decided to join forces with a couple new colleagues for a fresh take on their trademark blend of rock and jazz grooves, or what they call “alternative prog-jazz." Guitarist Peter and bassist Bernhard usually partner with drummer Moritz Baumgärtner, but Other Animal features Jim Black ...

David Helbock Trio - Aural Colors

Label: Traumton Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: 1. Yellow meets Red 6:36 2. Sechs kleine Klavierstücke op.19, Nr. IV 3:25 3. Sechs kleine Klavierstücke op. 19, Nr. III 4:06 4. Sechs kleine Klavierstücke op. 19, Nr. II 4:53 5. Öpfili, bist so kugelrund 5:48 6. Intro to the Myths 2:44 7. Horus and Jesus 6:45 8. AM – Anonymous Monkaholics 4:02 9. Virus Ukulelen Song 3:06 10. Healing Colors 4:20 11. Para Hermeto 4:49


David Helbock's Random / Control: Think Of Two

Read "Think Of Two" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Inferring that his Germany-based trio is a multitasking machine would be an understatement. With a fleet of instruments at their disposal, the compositions are largely sinuous, vastly complex, and highly coordinated. The musicians toggle between instruments to alter the pitch, accent the rhythms or whirl through complex unison choruses while adding wit and whimsy into the ...

Black Widow

Label: Traumton Records
Released: 2013


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