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TROUT CAKE is a jazz rock band from New York consisting of Jon OSBORN, Greg SCHETTINO, Devin CONNELLY, Jake LEWIS and Josh GLUM. The group played together for a couple of years and released their debut album 'Ultrasounds' in November of 2014 inspired not only by progressive rock but also by latin music, reggae, blues, funk and other contemporary music.

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4.68 | 6 ratings

Trout Cake Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by LearsFool
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5 stars Trout Cake formed and play not far from where I currently live, which is a boon to me. This band pretty much takes fusion muzak and builds off that to some wonderfully interesting and variously smooth and crazed directions. "Dirtman's Shingle Pavilion" sounds like the usual muzak, but then "Fox News" features some nice singing, and then with "Inward Gelatinous Disfigure" the band finishes side one by going insane. Surprisingly, it's that kind of album. Side two then proceeds to please with the band's excellent take on a more familiar fusion. The band can be said to have a range of tempo and complexity that is superb, and as such good to have this early in their career. A unique and at times odd, but completely worthwhile, recommendation.
Thanks to historian9 for the artist addition.

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