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Metro North

Watersons, Run_ReturnAudio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)


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  • Audio CD (October 11, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: N5md
  • ASIN: B000AMUUNU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #940,277 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Run Return's Debut CD for the N5MD label references those blurry lines between genres. Somewhere in this washed out space, Future-Jazz, Experimental Electronica, and Recovery Rock all work together to create a focused vision of the future. Flying cars, moving sidewalks, and radio transitions from the moon where the lunar jockey spins flawless mixes of Telefon Tel Aviv, Tortoise, and Miles Davis. Take (the) Metro North and see what we all have to look forward to. Telefon Tel Aviv, Boards of Canada, Tortoise, Casino vs. Japan, Weather Report, Roots of Orchids. 2005.

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4.0 out of 5 stars MARK TEPPO's igloomag.com REVIEW :: January 12, 2006
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MARK TEPPO's igloomag.com REVIEW

(01.12.06) Swirling together a healthy dose of the Compost-style fascination with re-invigorating late period Miles Davis with the vanguard rock instrumental landscapes rising out of Chicago and Montreal, Run_Return is the comprehensive efforts of Kevin Dineen, Tommy Fuselsang and Raj Ojha. For Metro-North, they program granular beat environments, layer warm synthesizer melodies over the top before picking up guitar, bass, drum kit and marimba (to start, they're not adverse to bringing in other instrumentation as needed to build their moody pieces) to fuse IDM and improvisational rock elements into something that is captivatingly organic and dense. It is the work of twelve done by the hands of three, a compression of sprawling prog epics into taut little jazz club numbers that are too carefully constructed to just be unrestrained musical chaos.

"Aerospace Lanes" unfolds like a Lionel Hampton collaboration with Boards of Canada, ripe with vibraphone and skittering beat programming; "Louis James Corrigan" swallows the downtempo vibe whole and we all go down to soft darkness of the whale belly where cellos sing a winsome melodic counterpoint to effusive synthesizers. "Weights and Measures" sizzles with drums and cinematic programming -- the rollicking tale of scientific measurements as transformed into an invigorating epic of robust keyboards and nimble percussion. "Loge Blue" is a demur expression of organic synthetics and marimba, insouciant keyboards dancing hand-in-hand with a tight hi-hat, rolling stick work and a smooth bass line.
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4.0 out of 5 stars MARK TEPPO's igloomag.com REVIEW :: January 12, 2006
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MARK TEPPO's igloomag.com REVIEW

(01.12.06) Swirling together a healthy dose of the Compost-style fascination with re-invigorating late period Miles Davis with the vanguard rock instrumental landscapes rising out of Chicago and Montreal, Run_Return is the comprehensive efforts of Kevin Dineen, Tommy Fuselsang and Raj Ojha. For Metro-North, they program granular beat environments, layer warm synthesizer melodies over the top before picking up guitar, bass, drum kit and marimba (to start, they're not adverse to bringing in other instrumentation as needed to build their moody pieces) to fuse IDM and improvisational rock elements into something that is captivatingly organic and dense. It is the work of twelve done by the hands of three, a compression of sprawling prog epics into taut little jazz club numbers that are too carefully constructed to just be unrestrained musical chaos.

"Aerospace Lanes" unfolds like a Lionel Hampton collaboration with Boards of Canada, ripe with vibraphone and skittering beat programming; "Louis James Corrigan" swallows the downtempo vibe whole and we all go down to soft darkness of the whale belly where cellos sing a winsome melodic counterpoint to effusive synthesizers. "Weights and Measures" sizzles with drums and cinematic programming -- the rollicking tale of scientific measurements as transformed into an invigorating epic of robust keyboards and nimble percussion. "Loge Blue" is a demur expression of organic synthetics and marimba, insouciant keyboards dancing hand-in-hand with a tight hi-hat, rolling stick work and a smooth bass line.
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