Rob Price & David Grollman | Get Lost

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Get Lost

by Rob Price & David Grollman

Creepy and atmospheric free improvisation
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Trilafon
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2. N.E. Corridor Train #188 Echo
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3. Decomposing
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4. Mr. Riddles
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5. Unofficial Secrets
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6. Panic Attack
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7. Get Lost
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Rob Price (guitar) and David Grollman (drums) do free improv. They live and perform most frequently in New York City. They have also played their music in Boston, Baltimore, San Francisco, Portland (OR), Seattle and Boise (2nd Annual Boise Experimental Music Festival).

About their CD, "Get Lost", Cadence magazine wrote, "Rob Price takes to altering his guitar sound with electronic effects but not with rock and roll fire. Through the use of reverb and loops, he creates a controlled series of pieces in duet with David Grollman's drum kit. The pattern is to start with delicacy, even near silence and then let the music develop ominously into a grander scheme, sometimes a bit industrial, often with a bit of a sountrack feel. But Price's effects are always harnessed to an understandable esthetic structure, so the music feels controlled, meditative, and never rambling, even when it gets loud. Grollman does not alter his drum kit, so we are anchored too by recognizable percussion sounds. All of this makes ["Get Lost"] a rewarding experience."

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