Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Duration: 00:21.85
Views: 272

Track Listing

"Dave's Place", "Interlude", "Buckwild", "Val's for Dawg", "E.M.D.", "Outro"


Additional Personnel / Information

The New Acoustic Collective string ensemble members: Jason Keiser (Guitar, Tres, Mandolin), David Boyden (Fiddle), Alonso Sanchez (Pizzicato Double Bass), Rodrigo Ruiz (Arco/Pizz. Double Bass) & Nathaniel Grohmann (Cello).

Album Description

"New Acoustic Music has always existed on the outskirts of the bluegrass and jazz worlds since its creation. While musicians sidelined from the traditional bluegrass world often find themselves in that space, it is less common to have jazz musicians reaching out from the other side – which when they do, makes it all the more delightful. The harsh reality of “spacegrass” is that while many can pull off the note filled solos, burning tempos, or intricate chord structures, very few can capture its true energy. On Buckwild, that is exactly what these young West Coast musicians have done. For fans of David Grisman or Tony Rice – or any new acoustic sound –Buckwild is a worthwhile journey deserving of more than just a casual listen. As this genre continues to evolve and be changed by younger musicians from many genres and places, let Keiser, Ruiz, Grohmann, Sanchez, and Boyden guide you through its Northern California origins to an exciting future." -Thomas Cassell, mandolinist, educator, writer The New Acoustic Collective Bandcamp for full digital copy of EP "Buckwild": https://newacousticcollective.bandcamp.com/album/buckwild


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