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Tuesday, 29 June 2010

158 Bleecker?

Dubby menace, spiralling squirts & tones,
reflective Bitches Brew minors, & future sheen degraded into blurry, puffy washes - all flogged along by oil drum percussion once again, but framed now by a venue acoustic & studded with appreciative yelps: the sound of the Moritz von Oswald Trio Live in New York.

Was it their US debut (February 6 at Le Poisson Rouge)? I assume not, since that had ReComposed orchestral action. But I shouldn't be getting into this, as I've really no idea & Honest Jon's aren't saying...

Anyway, a resequenced (extracts #4, 1, 3 & 2, fellow trainspotters!) LMYE hack of samples from the forthcoming album - a companion to our earlier bodge of Vertical Ascent.

Absent any decent footage of MvOT in NY, two slants on their recent performance in Detroit:

Interview. & another (video, way longer).

Moritz von Oswald Trio > Live in New York [extracts] / [lo-res] (from Live in New York, Honest Jon's)

NB: photos by pablosanz.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yes it was the American debut of Moritz Von Oswald trio recorded during the first ever Unsound Festival New York - the show def was one of the festival highlights - amazing gig - packed gig too and people were really into it - even New York Times managed to review it - can't WAIT to hear this full record

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