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Ettrick

Ettrick

Ettrick


Ettrick is an unhinged free jazz/black metal assault featuring two multi-instrumentalists rotating through every permutation of their drum and sax duo. Jacob Felix Heule and Jay Korber explore the extreme sounds that can be wrenched from their instruments through brute force – screaming through saxophones, throwing drums, etc. The doubled instrumentation provides a situation to explore playing contrasting and complimentary styles on like instruments. Read more on Last.fm
Ettrick is an unhinged free jazz/black metal assault featuring two multi-instrumentalists rotating through every permutation of their drum and sax duo. Jacob Felix Heule and Jay Korber explore the extreme sounds that can be wrenched from their instruments through brute force – screaming through saxophones, throwing drums, etc. The doubled instrumentation provides a situation to explore playing contrasting and complimentary styles on like instruments. Weasel Walter (Flying Luttenbachers, XBXRX), Moe! Staiano (Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Moe!kestra!) and others have joined Ettrick on stage for trios and quartets of drum/sax multi-instrumentalists. “...a bludgeoning amalgam of black metal and skronk sure to summon the apocalypse... an excruciating free jazz that feels like being trapped in a metal shed during a thunderstorm.” -- San Francisco Bay Guardian “a dizzying barrage...

as if there were some sort of free jazz monkeys screaming and beating their chests wildly... pelting the listener with sonic stones and hurling great handfuls of free jazz dung! Intense and aggressive and furiously freaked out.” -- Aquarius Records 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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