Stone Document | Too Red for the Room

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Too Red for the Room

by Stone Document

Too Red For The Room documents Stone Document in all of their improvisational glory. Recorded in an afternoon at TraxEast studio, the band approached this session like any gig: with a clean slate and an open mind.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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Album Notes
Stone Document is not a band. least not in the traditional sense. Yes, there are three musicians working together to create music but Stone Document could be better described as a mix between an aural experiment and a mindfulness exercise.
Dennis Tirch (guitar), Mike Roze (drums and synth) and Mark Christensen (Chapman Stick, synth and real-time looping) make up the collective known as Stone Document. Roze and Tirch had been collaborating in a number of projects for many years when Dennis and Mark met while studying the Guitar Craft approach to the instrument with Robert Fripp. The personal and musical chemistry clicked and the three musicians decided to embark on an adventure.
That adventure is performing and recording programs of music that are completely improvisational. Active listening and considered response are cornerstones of their approach. The result is an ever-changing soundscape that veers from jazz-toned prog rock to luxurious ambient washes, often within a single piece.

The new album Too Red for the Room came about when studio owner and engineer Eric Rachel offered his Trax East studio and his expertise on a day in November 2009. The band went in, set up and played like a regular gig, with open minds and a clean slate. What you hear on this record is the sound of those three musicians doing what they do best – going for it.



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