Vantomme | Vegir (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)

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Vegir (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)

by Vantomme

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XXI Century Progressive Psychedelic Jazz courtesy of Dominique Vantomme, an outstanding Belgian analog keyboardist, pianist, composer, educator. This is his MoonJune debut, featuring the venerable icon and legend Tony Levin.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Double Down (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)
7:37 $0.99
2. Equal Minds (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)
10:19 $0.99
3. Sizzurp (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)
10:46 $0.99
4. Playing Chess with Barney Rubble (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)
9:05 $0.99
5. The Self-Licking Ice Cream Cone (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)
13:09 $0.99
6. Plutocracy (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)
4:39 $0.99
7. Agent Orange (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)
9:46 $0.99
8. Emmetropia (feat. Delville, Levin & Lenssens)
9:01 $0.99
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Album Notes
Dominique Vantomme, leader of VANTOMME project, is a keyboardist, composer, band leader and producer, equally as well known for his work with many European pop and rock acts as for being the jazz piano instructor at the Music Conservatory in Kortrijk, Belgium. This album was born from his nomadic adventures: traveling in 2016 to see Stick Men, in Holland, and meeting up with MoonJune's Leonardo Pavkovic; and shortly thereafter befriending the legendary bassist/stickist Tony Levin of the King Crimson, Peter Gabriel and Stick Men hall of fame.

In the studio session which shortly followed, Dom and Tony were joined by veteran MoonJune artist also from Belgium, Michel Delville (The Wrong Object; douBt; Machine Mass), who was recruited on guitar, and another Belgian pal Maxime Lenssens, tasked with holding down the timekeeping duties. The spontaneity and freshness of this sizzling, high-altitude set reflects the equally unpretentious manner in which the session itself came together. Tackling some decidedly hip musical sketches of Dominique Vantomme, the band is given full artistic liberty -- and with all participants in top form, the resulting music weaves and winds its way across paths previously untrodden ... in stunning fashion, and with sure footing!

In the truest MoonJune tradition, "Vegir" thumbs its nose at convention and showcases these seasoned veteran musicians at the top of their game: with the skill set, bravery and chutzpah to follow their instincts and, in the process, allow the music to seek out and ultimately capture its own form. It slinks; it growls; it stalks; it devours! It grooves; it stutters; it holds you in suspense, then explodes! (... think 'juggling chainsaws' in the sonic realm.) :)

Genre-defying and refreshingly original, this album finds its mark: mesmerizing; spellbinding ... immediately essential!

Dominique Vantomme - Fender Rhodes, Piano, Moog, Mellotron
Michel Delville - Electric Guitar
Tony Levin - Electric Bass, Chapman Stick
Maxime Lenssens - Drums

Produced by Dominique Vantomme
Recorded by Pascal Deweze at studio Jesus, Hoboken/Belgium
Mixed by Fritz Sundermann at studio Jeannine, Antwerp/Belgium
Mastered by Mark Wingfield at Heron Island Studios Cambridgeshire/England
Photos by Perry Schrijvers
Artwork by Marcel van der Heyden
MoonJune Records



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