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Emergent

by Burnt Belief

"Emergent" builds on the duo's previous work whilst still exploring the fundamental aspects that define Burnt Belief's sonic world, namely hypnotic rhythmic elements seamlessly blended with lush guitar led soundscapes and deep ambient atmospherics.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. The Bubble Bursts
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2. More Snow
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3. The Confidence of Ignorance
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4. Emergent
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5. Until the Stars Go Out
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6. Language of Movement
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7. Turning Torso
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8. Ghosts Aquatic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Inspired by the unspoken and hidden truths behind our daily reality, "Emergent" is the third in a trilogy of collaborative works by bassist Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree/Metallic Taste of Blood/O.R.k etc) and experimental US guitarist Jon Durant, under the working name "Burnt Belief".
"Emergent" builds on the duo's previous work whilst still exploring the fundamental aspects that define Burnt Belief's sonic world, namely hypnotic rhythmic elements seamlessly blended with lush guitar led soundscapes and deep ambient atmospherics. "Emergent" also showcases the intense and unpredictable, yet satisfying guitar playing from Durant, who manages to tame elemental, skittish and frequently unsettling tones, by subtly wrapping them in layers of magnetic aura.
Drumming throughout is Vinny Sabatino, who brings an inventive, muscular and precise beat to complement Colin Edwin's expansive and expressive fretless and upright basses.
"Emergent" amply rewards repeated listens, unveiling it's layered coalescence of antithetical components gradually, such as the discordant conversational flexes betweenupright bass and electronic percussion during "Until the Stars Go Out", or the measured rhythmic resolution during "Confidence of Ignorance". The nine and half minute title track, which unfolds gradually and explores an unhurried yet palpable tension, is a thought provoking meditation on the unstoppable changes around us all, "Emergent" is a genre defying journey for intrepid listeners keen to explore new musical territories.

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