Thursday, November 10, 2016

Bluebridge Quartet – Adjusted For Low Noise Tape EP (2007)

  • Post-rock 
  • Downbeat 
  • Experimental rock 
  • Jazz 
  • Alternative rock 
  • Indie rock

Comment: these 19 minutes are truly sympathetic because this 4-track issue is a vivid drift between indie, jazz, and post-rock. With regard to the title I was already prepared to hear something remarkably more obscure, electronic and even abstract but the first chords of the opening track Spektrum dissipated my doubts. Mellow vibraphone chords and epic brass chords and saxophone solos used to seamlessly get into meticulous drum patterns and gentle guitar chords full of organic magic and wondrous mid-points and end-points. Although Bluebridge Quartet was formed in Jönköping, Sweden approximately 12 years ago their handwriting come close to the Chicago-based post-rock school of which more well-known figureheads have been Tortoise, and Sea And The Cake and in fact having most similarities with Bluebridge Quartet either. In a word, it is a fabulous issue being issued on the German imprint Aerotone of which fare had been to issue artists who were immersed in indie electronica and post-rock. 
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