:::Saturday Liquid Sky C3:::

Posted: Saturday, 24 April 2010 by jazzlover in Etykiety:

The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble are a gloriously creepy crawly mutant jazz combo, equal parts DJ Shadow’s Endtroducing, seventies horror movie soundtracks, late night jazz and super sluggish blown out trip hop.
To this day KDJE only released one full album wich is selftitled. They represent as a full on group, not one dude and his laptop, unfurling haunting imaginary soundtracks, dark and dense, smoky and noir, everything in rich lustrous shades of black and grey, shuffling jazzy skitter underpins melancholy moaning horns bathed in reverb, pizzicato strings and minor key guitars hover and dart furtively, a drizzly rainy day jazz dirge, so creepy and mysterious and lovely, and that’s just the first song. The rest of the record wanders similarly rainslicked streets, hat pulled down low, collar pulled way up, face obscured by shadows, the wet streets reflecting the orange grey glow of the streetlights, the buildings like totem poles of shadowy ghosts, the sky a blackish grey, turning the vibrant city into a lonely monochrome.
:::Review by othersidedmusic:::

The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble (2006)

1. The Nothing Changes 4:54
2. Pearls For Swine 5:50
3. Adaptation Of The Koto Song 3:58
4. Lobby 6:56
5. Parallel Corners 3:34
6 . Rivers Of Congo 5:28
7. Solomon's Curse 3:20
8. Amygdhala 3:58
9. Guernican Perspectives 4:48
10. Vegas 6:09
11. March Of The Swine 19:59

Cello - Nina Hitz
Programming - Gideon Kiers
Programming, Bass, Guitar - Jason Kohnen
Trombone - Hilary Jeffries

2 komentarze:

  1. Miles says:

    this sounds quite intriguing. thanks for the opportunity to try it out. appreciated.