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Hipsters Gone Ballistic

by Spinifex

Extremely tight irregular structures and extensive free improvisations, inspired by free jazz, contemporary composed music, math metal and Karnatic music.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Hipsters Gone Ballistic
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2. Boo
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3. V
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4. Joint Strike Focker
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5. Rost
10:01 $0.99
6. Lotigus
5:37 $0.99
7. Flying Object Fort Worth / Umea / Sheffield
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8. Waste Land Jam
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9. Sre Valli Devasenapathe
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Album Notes
On the new cd Hipsters Gone Ballistic, Spinifex explores the contrast between extremely tight irregular structures and extensive free improvisations.
With its fearsomely explosive combination of musicians, Spinifex is all about compelling grooves, strong dynamics and challenging improvisations. 

Named after a tough Australian species of grass, Spinifex may at first sound like a combination of jazzcore, math-metal and other typically Western contemporary music. However, beneath the surface the listener will discover ancient cyclical rhythms of Turkish and Indian origin.

“All selections are played with sheer abandon and joyful passion, from the first second to the last one.”
(Eyal Hareuveni, AllAboutJazz)
“Hipsters Gone Ballistic opens with a driving additive rhythm in nine beats, which manages, for all its prickly accents, to instill a punk-rock vibe, something that might drive less-inhibited jazz fans to mosh.
(Tom Greenland, The NYC Jazz Record)
“The varied and invariably irregular structures make the sound of Spinifex into a healthy and wild sonic feast. Spinifex is hard to crack. But in the end, it’s all pleasure.”
(Rui Dinis, A Trompa)
“Looking for a record that hits hard and never where you expect it? Bam! Hipsters Gone Ballistic is a neverending flurry of pops to the jaw… Recommended.”
(Monsieur Délire)
“… guarantees an unprecedented adrenaline rush … fantastic!”
“…The energy is almost tangible and it’s bursting with the joy of performing … simply sensational!”
(Jan Willem Broek, Caleidoscoop)



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