Collective Acoustics | Art in the Age of Progress

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Art in the Age of Progress

by Collective Acoustics

The Collective Acoustics crew adds harpsichord, viol de gamba and prepared drum set to their usual mix of organs, synths, basses and percussion on this record that mixes sounds of the past and present to form a funkier future.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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2. Renaissance Faire, 2153
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3. Conflict
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4. Resolution
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5. In Relation to Utica
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6. Drop Site
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7. Marianas Trench
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8. Carnegie Lake
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9. Steel, Steam, and Labor
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10. Don't Trust Your GPS
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The Collective Acoustics crew adds harpsichord, viol de gamba and prepared drum set to their usual mix of organs, synths, basses and percussion on this record that mixes sounds of the past and present to form a funkier future. The addition of guest musicians playing pedal steel, trombone, saxophones and even something called a buzzaphone, expands the group’s already dizzying atmospherics and gritty grooves. Recommended for the more adventurous listeners of electronica, jazz, and post-rock.

Recorded at Collective Acoustics Lab; Chalfont, PA
Collective Acoustics is:
George Hazelrigg - Electric Pianos, Harpsichord, Organ, Synths
Geoff Hazelrigg - Electric & Acoustic Basses, Viol
Eric Hastings - Drums, Percussion, Harp

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Randy Kapralick - Trombone
Tom Spiker - Pedal Steel
Matt Glassmeyer - Reeds, Buzzaphone, Voice


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