The group’s debut album, Every Morning, A History (Peacock Recordings), features Siegel’s exploration of transition-less composition. “From a compositional standpoint, transitions pose a troubling dilemma,” explains Siegel. “They can be anticipated and are also radically sudden. I wanted to see how eliminating transitional material would affect the listening experience.
Siegel runs “the out-musical gamut, comfortable in contemporary freeish jazz or the most abstract experimental music around,” (CityPaper). His most recent recording Memorize the Sky (2007), documents a collaboration with Zach Wallace and Matt Bauder...
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