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From the beginning to the end by Arhythmic Brain

This trio performs music that is hard to describe and understand. Perhaps that's because they play a kind of music they call "arhythmia", which is unfamiliar to me. The band claims to perform new music penetrating not yet explored areas of this style, a radical and uncompromising approach towards the rhythm, melody and harmony.

They play Mazzoll's compositions based on the theory of arhythmic perfection. Which employs rhythmeloharmonic order of sounds and interpretation, timing and space during performance. The band explores the depths of experimentation, but also sometimes reaches the edge of embarrassment. Creating a not known yet amalgam of musical visions and shades. Arhythmic Brain has created music that for easier recognition could be compared to some existing tendencies like trash jazz, acoustic techno or freak rock. This is brain scrambling yet thought provoking music for sure.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Arhythmic Brain
  • CD Title: From the beginning to the end
  • Genre: Free Jazz / Avante Garde
  • Year Released: 2003
  • Record Label: Morzg Production
  • Musicians: Mazzoll (clarinet, bass clarinet, prepared clarinets), Slawek Janicki (double bass), Jacek Majewski (drums, percussion)
  • Rating: Two Stars
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