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Dapp Theory

Dapp Theory

Dapp Theory


Dapp Theory is a quintet that blends “contemporary funk, groove and hip-hop into jazz with such seamless, casual precision it’s almost freaky.” (LA Weekly) Awarded the Chamber Music America “New Works” commission in 2006 and voted “Rising Star Keyboardist” by Down Beat Magazine in 2004, leader, Canadian-born pianist/composer, Andy Milne is one of the most important and respected young voices in jazz today. With Dapp Theory, Milne combines the talents of percussive poet John Moon Read more on Last.fm
Dapp Theory is a quintet that blends “contemporary funk, groove and hip-hop into jazz with such seamless, casual precision it’s almost freaky.” (LA Weekly) Awarded the Chamber Music America “New Works” commission in 2006 and voted “Rising Star Keyboardist” by Down Beat Magazine in 2004, leader, Canadian-born pianist/composer, Andy Milne is one of the most important and respected young voices in jazz today. With Dapp Theory, Milne combines the talents of percussive poet John Moon, saxophonist Loren Stillman, bassist Chris Tordini and drummer Kenny Grohowski, collectively helping to re-draw and extend the boundaries of jazz. 
Milne formed the band in 1998 as a vehicle to “tell passionate stories, promote peace and inspire collective responsibility towards uplifting the human spiritual condition.” Since then, the band has evolved and built a loyal following, in large part due to their commitment to grass-roots touring, an ideology more often associated with rock ’n’ roll bands. Dapp Theory’s style is undefinable yet highly recognizable, blending influences ranging from Joni Mitchell & KRS One to Thelonious Monk & Van Halen. “Y’all Just Don’t Know” (Concord Records), released in 2003 included an ambitious collaboration with folk-rock icon Bruce Cockburn.

Their highly anticipated follow-up, “Layers of Chance”, features fresh compositions by Milne was released by ObliqSound in April 2008. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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