There were once clear musical boundaries, perhaps. Maybe its a myth, and we just think that we have it more complex, and that we can just squint a bit and fit all the disparate parts back together again, smooth over differences. It’s not like it needs to be one thing or the other, but both at the same time..
Let’s continue this months jazzier theme, shall we? Definitions be damned!
- space to run by Arc from the album Feral.
- Log In b by Moondog from the album A New Sound Of An Old Instrument.
- Des champs by Man an Ocean from the album Fields/Hurricanes.
- Tunnel Chrome by Chicago Underground Quartet from the album Chicago Underground Quartet.
- Water From the Same Source by Rachel’s from the album Systems/Layers.
- Knives Out by Corporate Love Breakdown from the album The Bluegrass Tribute to Radiohead.
- Swirling Colours Sink by Destroy All Dreamers from the album A Coeur Leger Sommeil Sangiant.
- Elephants by Bell Orchestre from the album As Seen Through Windows.
- Trebuchet by George Hrab from the album Trebuchet.