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Peter Van Huffel's Gorilla Mask - Bite My Blues (2014)

28-08-2014, 11:56
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Peter Van Huffel's Gorilla Mask - Bite My Blues (2014)

Artist: Peter Van Huffel's Gorilla Mask
Title Of Album: Bite My Blues
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Clean Feed
Genre: Jazz, Avant-Garde
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 53:43 min
Total Size: 123 / 380 MB


01 - Chained
02 - What!
03 - Skunk
04 - Bite My Blues
05 - Broken Flower
06 - Fast & Flurious
07 - Z

Peter van Huffel: alto saxophone;
Roland Fidezius: electric bass and effects;
Rudi Fischerlehner: drums and percussion.

Gorilla Mask isn’t only a power trio. Instead of guitar there’s an alto saxophone, and the music comes more from the jazz heritage than rock. Yes, there’s something of the distorted energy of the seminal punk band Black Flag; but the leader of the group, Canadian Peter Van Huffel, comes from the lineage of Charlie Parker and Eric Dolphy to find an appraising estuary in Peter Brotzmann. “Bite My Blues” is exactly what the title announces - a blues album - even if it doesn’t resemble in any way what you find in Chicago’s traditional blues clubs. Those are the roots of this metal-jazz outfit, very different from other projects with Van Huffel’s participation, such as House of Mirrors: a chamber-like context in which jazz somehow mixes with Ligeti and Messiaen. Now things are more direct. This music looks you in the eyes and tell no lies. It speaks frontally and never squiggles, always trying to pull the carpet from under your feet. Bassist Roland Fidezius and drummer Rudi Fischerlehner act as a riffing machine, keeping your muscles tense and ears open; and Van Huffel jumps and dances on top or dives in the middle of all the rhythm and all the noise, striving for uncharted territories and truly achieving his goal. One thing's for sure: after playing this CD you won’t need to jog!

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