Few jazz-inspired composers integrate electronics into their repertoire as effectively as drummer-composer Gerry Hemingway. Actually, I’ve not heard any do it nearly as well. Hemingway’s sampler work on the title suite is an integral element that combines with an advanced compositional sense to form a fascinating, wonderfully conceived whole. As complex as this music is, it comes off naturally and seemingly without effort.
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