Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Dadala – It So Happens (2016)

  • Free jazz 
  • Electro-acoustic 
  • Improvised music 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Ambient 
  • Electronic music 
  • Experimentalism

Comment: I guess it happened sometime in the end of the 00s when I first made acquaintance with the music of Dadala it happened probably via lastfm. The last years and last albums by Dadala are related to Pan y Rosas Discos, an imprint from Chicago, Illinois, USA whose intention is to promote improvised and jazz-related music. Because of that description it can be said the virtual combo (or long-distance combo or not in real time recording combo) has found a proper output for their issues. Richard Dunlap has been the propulsive force behind it who has been involved in recording music since the mid-80s. However, it is not absolutely correct to describe the combo as jazz because its music involves so many facets and styles – more profoundly, at It So Happens from electro-acoustic minimal approach, anti-gravitational and spaced-out improvisation snippets and tickling electronic effects to more tumultuous appearances and compelling progressions; it is an album wherein the compartments are not distinctly separated from each other but incessantly searching for having joint points between them. Very right issue indeed. By the way, one month ago the artist issued another album called The Executive Suite under the record label.
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