Chicago free improvising mainstay Fred Lonberg-Holm's Stirrup trio with Nick Macri on double bass and Charles Rumback on drums crosses genres and grooves in an album balancing lyrical and hard-grooved tunes, with Lonberg-Holm taking up guitar on a number of tracks.
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Label: Clean Feed
Catalog ID: CF378CD
Squidco Product Code: 22263
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Rattlesnake Studios by Caleb Willitz.
Fred Lonberg-Holm-cello, guitar
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1. Sleep Comes To Everyone 5:09
2. Rodney's Last Ride 7:09
3. Six Minutes To Montrose 6:15
4. Then Fall Fell 5:38
5. Five Ruminations 5:31
6. Who We Were 4:05
7. You May Think 3:15
8. Salt Lines 5:06
9. Domi's Dream 6:06
10. You 'n' Me 8:45
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"Cellist (and in Cut also a guitar player) Fred Lonberg-Holm is one of the top references of the Chicago creative music scene, covering genres going from jazz to rock, to pop, to free improvisation and to experimental music.
Stirrup is his new band and reflects Lonberg-Holm's eclecticism in a particular way. After all, he met double bassist Nick Macri and drummer Charles Rumback in the psychedelic folk band, Horse's Ha. The idea is to do in trio what they couldn't in that context: to explore deep grooves, moody harmonies and extended structures. The accomplice of Ken Vandermark and Joe McPhee in several projects found in this rhythm section similar-oriented souls.
Macri's previous collaborations include Laetitia Sadier, from Stereolab, and the keyboardist / composer Hector Zazou as well as involvement with the indie pop-rock groups Heroic Doses and The Zincs.
Rumback played with the chamber rock combo L'Altra and the singer Via Tania and other of his current dedications is the experimental psych band Leaf Bird. Curiously enough, he is the one here closest to the jazz tradition, and you notice that.
With all this mixed and you have refreshing music, always with an element of surprise, combining pastoral melodies with heavy beats and noisy harmonics. Give it a try..."-Clean Feed