Brad Walker & Simon Lott | Redrawblak (Duo) - EP

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Redrawblak (Duo) - EP

by Brad Walker & Simon Lott

Textured and diverse improvisations (with heavy use of electronics) from New Orleans saxophonist Brad Walker and drummer Simon Lott.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Suite I (Light): 1. [open]
Brad Walker & Simon Lott
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2. Suite I (Light): 2. Flash
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3. Suite I (Light): 3. Billow
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4. Suite I (Light): 4. [move]
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5. Suite I (Light): 5. Ecstasy
Brad Walker & Simon Lott
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6. Suite II (Dark): 1. Time
Brad Walker & Simon Lott
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7. Suite II (Dark): 2. Trash and Treasure
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8. Suite II (Dark): 3. Pain
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9. Suite II (Dark): 4. [shimmer]
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10. Suite II (Dark): 5. Apostasy
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-redrawblak (duo) EP- contains two short suites of powerful, diverse improvisations from New Orleans saxophonist Brad Walker and drum virtuoso Simon Lott. Using a variety of electronics (delays, harmonizers, pitch shifters, computer programs, and a huge battery of drum effects), the two weave in and out of various grooves and textures before coming to a startling, powerful conclusion with 'Apostasy' (track 10).


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