Saber Tooth Trio | Primitive Magic

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Primitive Magic

by Saber Tooth Trio

The studio debut of Saber Tooth Trio showcases their ferocious and lively playing on an 8-song journey through intense peaks and serene valleys, seamlessly interweaving jazz, funk, rock, latin, hip-hop, and avant-garde.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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Saber Tooth Trio was born in the concrete suburban jungle of Nyack, NY. What began as simple jam sessions in a tiny bedroom has evolved into an exciting, intricate musical experience that pushes the boundaries of modern jazz fusion.

The band has proper reverance for the musical traditions established by the great jazz giants, but rather than simply play around with established conventions, they fearlessly forge ahead into strange and beautiful territory. Their music is a fresh blend of fusion jazz, rock/funk muscle, and delicate aural subtleties that satisfy both casual listeners and hardcore audiophiles.

Combine the time-bending rhythm of Rich Bozek with the deep, soulful grooves of Dave Reiss with the obscure melodic phrasing of Ryan Liatsis and you have the fiercest jazz animal to be unleashed on the NY music scene: the Saber Tooth Trio.

After honing their original sound for several years, Saber Tooth Trio began recording "Primitive Magic" in January 2012. It's a full-length album showcasing their ferocious and lively playing on am 8-song journey through intense peaks and serene valleys, seamlessly interweaving jazz, funk, rock, latin, hip-hop, and avant-garde.

The album also features Erik Lawrence on saxophone, Phil Selesnick on keyboards and Paul Hollands on percussion. It was recorded at the Tedesco Studio in Paramus, NJ and mixed/mastered by engineer John Guth. It is coming soon. Join our mailing list for updates.



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