Trioscapes Separate Realities
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9MgTar
May 12th 2012



12 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

the ads bothering me so I had to try it out of curiosity. turns out, the album was so majestic and captivating.

bloc
May 12th 2012



34491 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Bloc, I honestly don't think BTBAM songs would sound much like this with a saxophone. There's too much variation with BTBAM for that to hold true in my eyes, whereas there seems to be a more overarching musical idea here that Trioscapes strives for.

The variation in BTBAM is probably what makes me choose them over Trioscapes. Like I said before, having a sax, a bass, and a drums can only let you do so much...

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ThunderNeutral21
May 12th 2012



3864 Comments


structurally and melodically (obvi because of the briggs basswork) it does sound like btbam a lot

painthethane
May 12th 2012



76 Comments


You know what bugs me about this. The drumming is so one dimensional. It never lets the music breathe. Let down.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
May 13th 2012



9468 Comments


The variation in BTBAM is probably what makes me choose them over Trioscapes. Like I said before, having a sax, a bass, and a drums can only let you do so much...

Yeah, I get that. I've only heard Blast Off, so I'm interested to see where the album goes from there. It's on its way to my mailbox as we speak, the official website said there were only 3 more copies before I ordered. :]

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someguest
May 13th 2012



18876 Comments


dan briggs is the man

I'll have to check this out

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Evreaia
May 13th 2012



3742 Comments


How does this compare to Lingua Franca by T.R.A.M.? Really liked that one and this seems similar.

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CaptainDooRight
May 13th 2012



26376 Comments


Still need to give this a proper listen

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Evreaia
May 13th 2012



3742 Comments


Okay this was MUCH better then T.R.A.M.'s Lingua Franca. And I really mean MUCH!

chug73
May 13th 2012



629 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is pretty good actually.
Wish the drumming was a bit more subtle though, its a tad "hai guys listen to this cool time sig and fill" but other than that it kicks ass.

ianjulian
May 13th 2012



609 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Dan Briggs

AlexTM510
May 17th 2012



1396 Comments


Wish the drumming was a bit more subtle though, its a tad "hai guys listen to this cool time sig and fill" but other than that it kicks ass.


this, I think this is really solid in terms of musicianship but it's just like sensory overload for me. I want to enjoy this but i'm not feeling it now. i'll still give this a listen through maybe it'll grow


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Motiv3
May 17th 2012



8419 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

its Jazz Fusion, its almost kind of a given tbh. Though this does focus on musicianship more than most admittedly. Still, it kicks ass.

ThunderNeutral21
May 17th 2012



3864 Comments


oh no it focuses on musicianship and technique and is instrumentally impressive

PRETENTIOUS BULLSHIT 1.5/5

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
May 18th 2012



23637 Comments


does this even go?

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Wolfhorde
May 18th 2012



11796 Comments


it's sure no Mahavishnu Orchestra

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
May 21st 2012



9468 Comments


This album is puzzling.

Review coming shortly

ItsOnlyWords
May 25th 2012



369 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Awesome album and review. Curse of the Ninth is amazing.

I hope this review got featured.

Ssssssss
August 6th 2012



683 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this band shall be my gateway into jazz

CaptainDooRight
August 6th 2012



26376 Comments


koo





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