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LIVE AT MOODS

Sonar

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Live, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Twofold Covering (12:37)
2. Waves & Particles (7:43)
3. Red Shift (10:03)
4. Tromsĝ (10:23)
5. For Lost Sailors (10:18)
6. Lookface! (5:22)

Total time: 56:26

Line-up / Musicians

- Stephan Thelen / tritone guitar
- Bernhard Wagner / tritone guitar
- Christian Kuntner / tritone bass
- Manuel Pasquinelli / drums

with:
- David Torn / electric guitar, live looping

Releases information

digital download:
https://sonar-band.bandcamp.com
https://sonar7d.bandcamp.com

Recorded live at Moods Jazz Club, Zürich, May 24, 2018

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Review by Rivertree
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4 stars The swiss music ensemble SONAR recently have produced the studio album 'Vortex' in collaboration with guitarist and composer David Torn. This corresponding live performance was recorded at the Moods Jazz Club, Zürich, in May 2018. They have taken over half of the songs here, the others are earlier band compositions, respectively For Lost Sailors eventually turns out to be a David Torn solo piece. On the stage the fivesome generates an atmospheric vibe beyond comparison. Which basically comes from an intriguing virtuoso triple guitar work, partially King Crimson inspired. This supported by the prolific rhythm branch comprised of Christian Kuntner (bass) as well as drummer Manuel Pasquinelli.

The band name by the way results from the conjunction of the terms SONic and ARchitecture. Well chosen! Polyrhythm is the name of the game. As one might expect the interplay of both regular guitarists Stephan Thelen and Bernhard Wagner is well-functioning, furthermore though Torn fits in like a longtime member with ease. The sound quality leaves nothing to be desired. A must hear, any other try regarding a proper description will fail, I'm quite sure. This was completely filmed too, so I would not be surprised if there will be a DVD available sooner or later, possibly depends on a growing attention. Well deserved in any case. Fantastic experience, highly recommended!

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