Ocelot of Salvation

by Immortal Onion

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John Hassett
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John Hassett These guys give me hope for the future of music: they effortlessly and expertly fuse many sounds and techniques, which together make me feel as if Tigran Hamasyan, Philip Glass, the Esbjorn Svensson Trio, and Kataoka Manaka all had one giant jazz-fueled orgy. The composition in the album is unrivaled, but I highly recommend watching the live performance (youtu.be/FvY8pb-KPwI), which injects a whole new level of technicality into the pieces.
Brothmaker
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Brothmaker This cooks thank you and I hope you keep making music
the rad pad
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the rad pad every song is brimming with technicality and emotions - I can't get enough of it. podziękować Favorite track: Torpor.
The Nonsemble
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The Nonsemble Well, as we often mention, there is a large lean toward "... Left of Center" here at The Nonsemble. So... as with Pink Freud, Robotobibok and many others, these cats' Polish Punk-Jazz is right up our street and down a dark alley! loving too many tracks to pick a favorite... next time!
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released June 7, 2017

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Immortal Onion Gdańsk, Poland

The classification of Immortal Onion's music is rather challenging, as the musicians are not afraid to refer to many music genres. Their songs are influenced, among others by jazz, film music, minimalism, fusion, electronic music, and even progressive metal. In spite of this divergence in the styles they rotate in, they have succeeded in creating their own recognisable language. ... more

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