Ear of the Storm

by T.D. Skatchit & Company

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    EAR OF THE STORM - This turbulent piece is based on an extended skatchbox arrangement inspired by the wild rhythms of tornados, hurricanes and thunderstorms and features a diverse group of musicians. The listener is in the ear of storm, where music is born out of the elemental noise only to be whisked away by the wind. Multiple musical scenarios, characters and abstractions present themselves within the different phases and sonic locations in the storm. Each of 17 musicians added their musical reflection and resolve to the path of this skatch tornado. AFTER THE STORM - Tracks 2-14 feature various artists from the large piece to fill out this project

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EAR OF THE STORM - This turbulent piece is based on an extended skatchbox arrangement inspired by the wild rhythms of tornados, hurricanes and thunderstorms and features a diverse group of musicians. The listener is in the ear of storm, where music is born out of the elemental noise only to be whisked away by the wind. Multiple musical scenarios, characters and abstractions present themselves within the different phases and sonic locations in the storm. Each of 17 musicians added their musical reflection and resolve to the path of this skatch tornado. AFTER THE STORM - Tracks 2-14 feature various artists from the large piece to fill out this project

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released February 5, 2013

Tom Nunn - skatchbox
David Michalak – skatchbox
Guest Artists
Aurora Josephson– voice
Bob Marsh - voice
Kyle Bruckmann - English Horn
Bruce Ackley - Bb clarinet
Rent Romus - alto saxophone, accordion
Phillip Greenlief – tenor saxophone
Tom Djll - Trumpet
Polly Moller – bass flute
Thollem McDonas – piano
Scott Looney - piano
Gino Robair - energized surfaces
Jacob Felix Heule - Percussion
Doug Carroll - cello
Jonathan Segel – violin
Tony Dryer – contra bass
Tim Perkis - electronics

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Edgetone Records San Francisco, California

Edgetone Records was founded by musician/producer, Rent Romus. The label took shape in 1991 to support his group’s original jazz recordings. After being on a long hiatus Rent re-opened Edgetone in January 2000 and expanded it to support new music crossing the genre boundaries specifically for D.I.Y. (do it yourself) artists looking for a ground base and community label identity. ... more

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