Hari Karaoke Trio of Doom | Escape Velocity

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Escape Velocity

by Hari Karaoke Trio of Doom

Where the deep electric funk and guitar wail of 70s era Miles collides with dub manipulations of King Tubby and Fripp/Eno era ambient loopage... Experiments in sound and moods and modes, from our labs to your lobes.
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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1. Secret Code
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2. Old Stull Road
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3. Lotus Zone
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4. Real Time Conversions
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5. The Nightrunners
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6. Concrete Island
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7. Venturing Out (Look Before You Loop)
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8. Nova Distress
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9. Stellate
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10. Battery Park
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11. Escape Velocity
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12. Window Pane Dream
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13. Stull (Dub)
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14. Pulse Modular
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Album Notes
The leaders of the oddly named duo, Kansas City-based percussionist D. Hitchcock and New York guitarist Sal Cataldi, first outlined their recombinant genre research on the 1998 cult smash "Escape Velocity" (Bad Egg 001), a jazz-inflected/noise & dub fueled flight for the chill out room featuring star turns by the likes of Eno/Brand X bassman Percy Jones. This uncategorizable indie garnered raves from all edges of the cognoscenti universe, from Alternative Press to CMJ to Downbeat...

“Truly excellent… where Miles meets Midi” - The Village Voice
"An interesting potpourri of styles and spacious ambience” - Jazz Times
"Techie gorks, with a free-funk direction reminiscent of Last Exit or Sonny Sharrock’s soundtrack to ‘Space Ghost’ - Aquarian Weekly
"Marvelous head candy, an all-out trip fest” - Fantastic Voyage System
"Part jazz, dub, funk, industrial and experimental, way more exciting than 99% of the music being released these days” - Fact Sheet 5

2012 sees both the first-time digital release of the Hari Karaoke Trio of Doom's edge-pushing 1998 debut and their long overdue follow-up, the darkly sonic "Gealago."


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