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Sticks and Stones

by Deep Ecology Trio

In their debut, Deep Ecology Trio's (Cristian Amigo: guitar, J.D. Parran: woodwinds, and Andrew Drury: drums) music resonates with metaphors of natural and urban spaces and processes.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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Some Pre-reviews:

"What we hear isn’t music in any traditional sense but memories and traces from natural an unnatural worlds translated into pure sound." - Elliott Sharp

"You can feel the love these musicians have for the music....wonderful music" - Dom Minasi


Deep Ecology Trio: Sticks and Stones (DER 2098)

Cristian Amigo: guitars and percussion
J.D. Parran: winds and percussion
Andrew Drury: drums and percussion

1. Sticks and Stones (21:25)
Composed by Amigo/Parran/Drury
DER Music (BMI). Copyright 2016

Produced by Cristian Amigo and Duff Harris
Recorded at Eastside Sound/NYC on 6/11/15
Engineered and mixed by Duff Harris

Deep Ecology Trio is an NYC-based free improvisation group consisting of Cristian Amigo (guitars, percussion), J.D. Parran (winds, percussion), and Andrew Drury (drums, percussion).

Deep Ecology Trio's music resonates with metaphors of natural and urban spaces and processes. The musical focus is on rhythm, color, and simultaneous, and multiple, temporal planes. In deep ecology music, melody and harmony appear as traces rather than as central organizing principles. Sounds generated through extended techniques (unusual ways to make sounds from standard instruments) vibrate and rumble, buzz, descend and ascend, and come together in composites before dissolving into individual lines. The musicians evoke sonic memories and ghosts, flowers and stones, water, streets, and time. A music of dwelling and interrelatedness. This is deep ecology music.

Deep Ecology Trio originally came together for the 2014 Vision Latin FreeJazz Festival, with other NYC performances at Arts for Arts’ Our Earth Festival, Brooklyn’s Soup and Sound concert series, and Quinn's @ Beacon, NY.

Deep Ecology Recordings is an EP and Single only all digital music company founded to encourage creative musicians to produce smaller-scale productions that cut costs, inspire increased productions and collaborations, expedite music release schedules, and produce zero eco-waste. Physical CDs are produced on a limited basis from all recycled materials.

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Elliott Sharp

Sicks and Stones CD EP review
In “Sticks And Stones” by the Deep Ecology Trio, the eponymous objects take on shamanic powers eliciting sounds filled with magic both ancient and modern. What we hear isn’t music in any traditional sense but memories and traces from natural an unnatural worlds translated into pure sound. In addition to their main instruments, Cristian Amigo (guitar) J.D.Parran (winds), Andrew Drury (drums), all play various percussion instruments to create thickets of moving texture from which fragments of melody transform and disappear if only to reemerge in new form. - Elliott Sharp
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