Clamb – Glittering Watermelon Oracle (Live at the Midway Cafe, July 19, 2021) (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Clamb - Glittering Watermelon Oracle  (Live at the Midway Cafe, July 19, 2021) (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Clamb
Album: Glittering Watermelon Oracle (Live at the Midway Cafe, July 19, 2021)
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2023
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 42:00
Total Tracks: 6
Total Size: 525 MB

Tracklist:

1-01. Clamb – Oyster Sunday / Land Breath (Live at the Midway Cafe, July 19, 2021) (10:02)
1-02. Clamb – Glittering Watermelon Oracle (Live at the Midway Cafe, July 19, 2021) (06:16)
1-03. Clamb – Emerge! O, Citroid (Live at the Midway Cafe, July 19, 2021) (06:13)
1-04. Clamb – Triangular Fÿord (Live at the Midway Cafe, July 19, 2021) (05:42)
1-05. Clamb – Plutonian Auspex (Live at the Midway Cafe, July 19, 2021) (06:41)
1-06. Clamb – Fields Cornelius (Live at the Midway Cafe, July 19, 2021) (07:04)

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The Boston-based psych/krautrock band CLAMB are releasing their newest live record “Glittering Watermelon Oracle” on January 13, 2023. Clamb are known throughout the Boston and Northeast experimental rock community for their dynamic live energy, with its members constantly reinterpreting their former material and engaging in to-the-minute interplay between all the instruments. The performance that comprises Glittering Watermelon Oracle was captured on July 19, 2021 at the Midway Cafe in Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts and represents a particularly thoughtful night of reinterpreted tunes from the band’s debut LP Earth Mother Grapefruit (2021, Mint 400 Records) as well as documenting the moment of creation of three new improvised pieces that have remained in the Clamb live repertoire ever since. The improvised title track revolves around a single stuttering chord while Joshua Merhar’s polymetric drums and Jameson Stewart’s fretless bass build a web of rhythm around an unchanging center point. Triangular Fÿord, the meditative fan-favorite from the debut album, enters into a doom-adjacent midsection when Peter Danilchuk’s moaning synthesizer chords suddenly give way to roaring power chords. Plutonian Auspex, another of the evening’s free improvisations, opens with a bed of heavily delayed piano-like synthesizer notes and a mournful Moog lead, with fretless bass offering counterpoints and punctuating the synthesizers’ phrases., before the drums join in with a wide feel that gives each instrument room to fill or not fill the space afforded to it. Each instrument simmers with a restrained sense of purpose, only bursting out of its role when it has something to say, and otherwise remaining as part of the greater texture between three personalities, encased in amber, connecting with their audiences.

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