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by Reptet

These two power-packed tracks will take you to outerspace with crazy antics and hard-blowing. They are joined by special guest Wayne Horvitz!
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Agendacide
6:36 album only
2. Snow Leopard x 3
5:21 album only
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Album Notes
A four horns, drums and bass sextet that embraces the freedom to both use, and move beyond convention. Bipolar jazz with a subversive punch line. Based out of Seattle, these six multi-instrumentalists all have an expansive approach to their music, performing original compositions that incorporate jazz, rock, ska, punk, modern classical, avant garde, eastern European folk influences and more. Their internationally acclaimed 2006 release, "Do This!" (Monktail Records) was chosen Top Jazz release of the year by Jazziz magazine's Alex Gelfand and made the top ten list of numerous music writers around the globe. They also won two Earshot Golden Ear Awards (celebrating the best of northwest jazz), including Best 'Outside' Jazz Group and Best Performance of the Year (as part of the Monktail Raymond Scott Project). Reptet spent the bulk of 2007 criss-crossing the United States exhaustively touring in support of "Do This!". Their next CD, “Chicken or Beef?” was released in the summer of 2008 and the response was no less impressive. In fact, the 8th Annual Independent Music Awards named it a finalist for Jazz Record of the Year. Their live performances have been described as, “arresting, compelling and just plain cranked-up!” with stage shows evolving into transformative performance art pieces using costumes, improv skits, dance routines and absurdist humor. Reptet have proved themselves a unique and utterly enthralling multi-leveled experience, leaving audiences wanting more.



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