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Release date: 8 May 2012
Style: Jazz Fusion

Rating:

8.5 | 20 votes

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01. Blast Off
02. Separate Realities
03. Curse Of The Ninth
04. wazzlejazzlebof
05. Celestial Terrestrial Commuters [Mahavishnu Orchestra cover]
06. Gemini's Descent

Review


Line-up
Walter Fancourt - tenor saxophone, flute
Matt Lynch - drums, electronic percussion
Dan Briggs - bass


Additional info
Produced by Trioscapes + Jamie King.
Recorded in October 2011 at Basement Recording Studios, Winston-Salem, NC.
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Jamie King.
Drums engineered by Johnny Davis. Recorded at Symmetry Studios, Macon, GA.

Photography and layout by Chuck Johnson.

Staff review by
Doc Godin

Rating:
N/A
More jazz metal? Sure, this time with a different twist. The sound itself isn't as particularly "jazzy" as an album like Step In Fluid's One Step Beyond, but rather sounds like some chilled-out instrumental proggy-mathcore album played with bass, drums, a few synths, but mostly the sax.

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published 05.05.2012 | Comments (6)

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qlacs - 10.11.2012 at 16:59  
Rating: 9 I like it.
BloodTears - 23.11.2012 at 21:41  
Rating: 8 Wicked! I like this a lot. "Gemini's Descent" is an amazing closing song.
Mr. Doctor - 24.11.2012 at 14:08  
 
Written by BloodTears on 23.11.2012 at 21:41

Wicked! I like this a lot. "Gemini's Descent" is an amazing closing song.


I'm very surprised I enjoyed it, not usually my kind of music. Great fun stuff.
BloodTears - 24.11.2012 at 20:05  
Rating: 8
Quote:

I'm very surprised I enjoyed it, not usually my kind of music. Great fun stuff.


I'm surprised you liked it! It's kinda hard to resist though, isn't it? I see you getting more and more into the stuff I like. You just want me to speak Portuguese.
Mr. Doctor - 26.11.2012 at 19:15  
 
Written by BloodTears on 24.11.2012 at 20:05
I'm surprised you liked it! It's kinda hard to resist though, isn't it? I see you getting more and more into the stuff I like. You just want me to speak Portuguese.


I have no idea what you are talking about

In all seriousness, I guess things just change with time. I've warmed up for some jazz and prog stuff. I blame my best friend. He's extremely into prog and jazz which I think it's interesting since we want to do some stuff together and I'm very minimalistic hahahaha. It's all about contrasts.
Ag Fox - 28.11.2012 at 09:47  
Rating: 8
Written by BloodTears on 24.11.2012 at 20:05

Quote:

I'm very surprised I enjoyed it, not usually my kind of music. Great fun stuff.


I'm surprised you liked it! It's kinda hard to resist though, isn't it? I see you getting more and more into the stuff I like. You just want me to speak Portuguese.
you're just hard to resist
BloodTears - 28.11.2012 at 20:44  
Rating: 8 Marshall, you are too kind!

Rod, who is this prog friend? I need to know this creature that is putting some sense into your head
NocturnalStalker - 15.07.2013 at 17:18  
Rating: 9 This album sounds like one 40-minutes-long jam session, which is... Pretty cool. I love progressive music, jazz and any other kind of music that challenges to do a harm to my sanity so Trioscapes is just my kind of band.

P.S. Oh, and that Mahavishnu Orchestra cover is great too.

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