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Never Odd or Even

by RedivideR

This two-horns-no-chords quartet was established by drummer Matt Jacobson in 2007 as a creative outlet for his compositions as well as his somewhat perverse fascination with anagrams. With Nick Roth (Sax), Colm O'Hara (Trombone) and Derek Whyte (Bass).
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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2. The End Is the Best Part
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3. In Aid Of
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5. Kann Nicht Entscheiden
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6. Coming or Going
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This two-horns-no-chords quartet was established by drummer Matt Jacobson in 2007 as a creative outlet for his compositions as well as his somewhat perverse fascination with anagrams. While he failed to find such avid fellow followers of wordplays, he did find and enlist the help of creative and rhythmic specialists Derek Whyte (bass) and Nick Roth (alto sax), with trombonist Colm O'Hara arriving a little later.

Their debut album features all original compositions from Jacobson ("one of Ireland's most exciting young talents" - the Irish Times) with influences including artists such as Charles Mingus, Steve Coleman, Deerhoof and Phil Ivey. The formula for putting all this together in one palindromical setting is downtown grooves with catchy melodies and collective improvs.

After a stop-start two years while Matt was studying for his MA in Music Performance in Lucerne, Switzerland, followed by a 6-week journey to South India to study the region's traditional Carnatic music, ReDiviDeR have no hit the ground running. Recent performance highlights include supporting Chris Potter's Underground ("…easily the most compelling saxaphonist of his generation" - Detroit Press) at the Galway Jazz Festival 2010, representing Ireland at the 12 Points! Festival 2011 ("…a fine, fly set with a solid sense of style and direction" - Laurence Mackin, The Irish Times) and playing to a packed auditorium at the Cork Jazz Festival 2011, where they were awarded the accolade of "Best Young Irish Band".


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