Logan Hone's music is ecstatic. His charm is instantaneous enough to get it without much legwork while his compositions are complex enough to revisit. Hone joyously steps into numerous traditions at once, often incorporating nuanced performances, slyly comedic texts, and a refined, instantly recognizable musical sensibility. If there is any common thread throughout his varied output, it is his eclectic and unabashed incorporation of influences from contemporary jazz to hypnagogic pop, Arthur Russell to Robert Ashley, classical theory to post-modern aesthetics, Morton Feldman to Magnetic Fields.
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a mostly irreverent romp full of chaotic sounds deftly organized by Hone — LA
boldness, irreverence and humor enough. — All About Jazz
The band sounds like they are getting ready to be the soundtrack for an animation
film festival, or at least a Warner Brothers Saturday morning matinee. — Jazz Weekly