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Twinscapes Vol. 2: A Modern Approach To The Dancefloor

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2018
Track listing: Tin Can; Severing Suns; Bedroom Corner; Future Echo; In A Haze; Precipice; Ghosts Of Tangier; The (next) Level Think; In A Daze; Heat Collision.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Colin Edwin & Lorenzo Feliciati: Twinscapes Vol. 2: A Modern Approach To The Dancefloor

Read "Twinscapes Vol. 2: A Modern Approach To The Dancefloor" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

On their first album, Twinscapes (Rare Noise, 2014), British bassist Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree) and Italian bassist Lorenzo Feliciati (Naked Truth) explored ambient soundscapes, improvisation and progressive jazz/rock with help from guest musicians like Norwegian trumpeter Nils Petter Molvær (a pioneer of electronic jazz) and British saxophonist David Jackson (of Van der Graaf Generator). The second ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Colin Edwin & Lorenzo Feliciati: Twinscapes Vol. 2: A Modern Approach To The Dancefloor

Read "Twinscapes Vol. 2: A Modern Approach To The Dancefloor" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The cover art of Twinscapes Vol. 2: A Modern Approach To The Dancefloor features what looks like a cyborg, illuminated by hot electricity on the upper portion of its visage, a face otherwise surrounded by lifeless black. The image is fitting. The album's music--from bassists Colin Edwin and Lorenzo Feliciati--celebrates the dancefloor music of the '80s. ...


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