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Piano Interrupted - Two by Four (2013) lossless

3-06-2015, 02:59
Jazz | Classical Music | Electronic | Ambient | FLAC / APE

Piano Interrupted - Two by Four (2013) lossless

Artist: Piano Interrupted
Title Of Album: Two by Four
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Denovali/Den 166
Genre: Ambient, Electronic, Modern Classical, Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks,cue,log)
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 01:14:43 min
Total Size: 357 mb


1. You Don't Love Me Yet
2. Hobi
3. Étude
4. Hédi
5. Son Of Pi
6. London Waltz
7. Foug
8. Son Of Foug
9. Occasional Blues
10. Nocturne
11. Bulbus
12. 7 Ages
13. Étude (Live At UM:LAUT)
14. London Waltz (Live At UM:LAUT)
15. Foug (Live At UM:LAUT)

Piano Interrupted is the brainchild of Tom Hodge (piano) and Franz Kirmann (electronics). Piano Interrupted’s debut album Two By Four—that was originally released on Days Of Being Wild ‎in 2012 and is now re-released on Denovali with bonus material and getting wider distribution—also features Eric Young on percussion and Greg Hall on cello. Same goes for the live line up.
Nils Frahm, Ametsub, Swod and even the legendary e.s.t. and famous Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi come to mind when listening to Two By Four, and the seductive Arabic Classical flavor occasionally presented in the music also made me think of famous Tunisian oud player and composer Anouar Brahem. That said, this creative and forward-thinking outfit doesn’t sound like anybody else, and certainly doesn’t try to imitate anybody. These guys have a sound and style of their own.
Piano, often craftily manipulated firmly leads the way but not overshadowing the other instruments, leaving space for the strings to cast their spell, and for electronics and percussion to throb and tingle the mind dynamically and cunningly. Two By Four is seminal and genre-bending. It displays potential and spark, and is contemporary and fresh but not trendy. This Denovali reissue does feel more like a non-conceptual compilation than an album, like it was made as an introduction, in order to show all the different sides of Piano Interrupted and let us hear what these guys are capable of, but without telling a specific story or sticking to just a few particular vibes. It is an excellent debut and definitely a harbinger of even better and more crystallized things to come.

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