Collin Sherman | Biologic Obligations

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Biologic Obligations

by Collin Sherman

Horns, analog synths, and propulsive rhythms provide the ingredients for unexpected compositions and free improvisation.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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2. Float and Sting
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3. Terms of Art
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4. Errant Compound
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5. Solipsism
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6. Instance of Coincidence
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This is best described as left-field, sludgy DIY jazz. Oily analog synths gurgle simple harmonies over shifting rhythms while reeds blow melodic, dissonant, then consonant, and always free enough to smudge the outlines of what you thought was the structure, but keeps changing. Classic jazz combo sensibilities blend with electronic experiments, drones, and noise to create something truly unique.

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Rebecca Dunkel

My kind of jazz!
I have been following this artist for years, and I will have to say that this is his best album yet. His tasty reeds, paired with his usual dissonant tones, work on many levels. Quite different and familiar at the same time. Keep up the great work, Collin!
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