A multi-national trio from Slovenia (Bostjan Simon-sax), Norway (Stephan Meidell-guitar, bass & electronics) and Portugal (Luis Candeias-drums) bringing a diverse set of modern influences including electronics, alternative rock and sound/noise to excellent free improvisation.
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Label: Clean Feed
Catalog ID: CF 313
Squidco Product Code: 19983
Recorded at Auditorio Luis de Camoes in Lisbon, Portugal in June 2012.
Bostjan Simon-tenor saxophone
Stephan Meidell-guitar, bass, electronics
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1. Flush 9:29
2. Sprawl 8:26
3. Nolero 6:18
4. Under-Currents 6:48
5. Mayhem 6:01
6. Dope 8:13
7. Pastime 8:58
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
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"Here is a transnational band for a trans-idiomatic music. A Slovenian (Bostjan Simon), a Norwegian (Stephan Meidell) and a Portuguese (Luis Candeias) present on the politically charged "Don't Wait for the Revolution" a symbiotic project in which rock and electronic music elements are as determining as the ones coming from creative jazz and free improvisation. "The bigger the playing field, the livelier the experience", we read on the liner notes written by Velkro themselves. Ambient situations cross ways with repetitive riffs, abstract textural passages and very loose solo flights, finding links in what seems to be contradictory and impossible to mingle. The results can be noisy or poetic, groovy or dream-like, always keeping alive that precious factor we call surprise. It gets crazy sometimes, and dark, and bittersweet, and simply seductive. This is music of the present days, genre-defying, uncompromised and beautiful. Take it now, don't wait for the revolution."-Clean Feed
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"Stephan Meidell (born 17 December 1982 in Kristiansand, Norway) is a Norwegian guitarist and composer living in Bergen.
Meidell studied jazz at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (2004-2008), and uses his background in jazz and improvised music within rock, pop music, noise and sound art in bands like Cakewalk, Krachmacher, Velkro, The Sweetest Thrill, and Vanilla Riot.
Meidell started the concert series Playdate in 2009 and has been chairman of Ny Musikk Bergen (New Music Bergen) in the period 2012-2014. He got brilliant reviews for his solo debut album Cascades (2014), and for his commissioned opening concert Voice & Strings & Timpani for the 2016 Nattjazz. In addition to co-composer Øyvind Hegg-Lunde, with musicians like Mari Kvien Brunvoll, Eva Pfitzenmaier, Kim Åge Furuhaug, and Stein Urheim. He is also a music critic for the Norwegian newspaper Bergens Tidende."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephan_Meidell)
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"Luis Candeias graduated in Jazz / Drums at the Amsterdam Conservatory in 2008. He has performed several workshops and master classes with figures such as Aaron Goldberg, Ali Jackson, Omer Avital, John Ellis, Matt Penman, Gerald Cleaver, Greg Tardy, Jonathan Kriesberg, Gary Versace , Rufus Reid, Bruno Pedroso, Billy Hart, Pedro Madaleno, Jim Black, Terri Lyne Carrington, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Peter Erskine, Richard Bona, John Clayton, Martijn Vink, Greg Bissonette, Marcel Serierse, Victor Oskam, Steve Cardenas, Kiko Feirtas, Nelson Faria and SF Jazz Collective.
He toured in Portugal, Norway, Holland and Luxembourg with Fundbureau, concerts at Jazz Festival and CCB. He toured in Portugal with Italian pianist Franco Piccinno and with New Zealand pianist Duncan Haynes. He participated in concerts with pianist Paula Sousa, namely in the Hot Clube de Portugal, Seixal Jazz and JACC Jazz Festival, tours with Mr. Eart in Germany, Luxembourg, Holland and Switzerland, concerts with Vasco Agostinho (one of them at the Jazz Festival JACC), concerts in Portugal with the French trombone player Michael Joussin, with bassist Eddy Slap (one of them with the BassaB project at the Jazz Festival on the High Sea). He also played with Boss AC (Portugal and Cape Verde), Trisonte (Portugal and Spain), Hybrid Jazz Project, saxophonist Christine Corvisier (France), British guitarist Jonny Philips, saxofonis quartet Ta Jasper Blom with Jesse van Ruler and Frans van der Hoeven (Holland) and Italian saxophonist Francesco Bearzzatti."-Luis Candeias Website, translated by Google (https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=pt&u=http://www.casadamusica.com/en/artistas-e-obras/musicos/c/candeias-luis&prev=search)
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