GoGo Penguin – Live At Abbey Road EP (2016) [FLAC 24bit, 48 kHz]

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Artist: GoGo Penguin
Album: Live At Abbey Road EP
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2016
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 48 kHz
Duration: 18:01
Total Tracks: 4
Total Size: 212 MB


01. GoGo Penguin – Branches Break (Live) (04:14)
02. GoGo Penguin – GBFISYSIH (Live) (03:11)
03. GoGo Penguin – Initiate (Live) (05:15)
04. GoGo Penguin – Ocean In A Drop (Live) (05:20)


Recorded at the world famous Studio 2 at Abbey Road Studios in London, the Live at Abbey Road EP is a beautifully recorded snapshot of the band at work. Featuring three tracks from their 2016 Blue Note debut Man Made Object (“Branches Break” “Initiate” “GBFISYSIH”) the EP also features the recording debut of “Ocean In A Drop,” an extract from their live score for Godfrey Reggio’s cult film Koyaanisqatsi.“an energized sound… the band’s new album takes hold right away and sustains an upbeat groove… It’s a piano-driven blend with all the traditional aspects you’d expect from the genre while still scanning as something refreshingly vibrant and contemporary.”—Pitchfork

“…a construction of jazz, classical, electronica, and trip-hop building blocks, it flows together naturally. Their playing centers around delicate piano, which weaves in and out of a tumultuous maelstrom of intense drumming, and a fury that seems to push the limits of what a double bass can achieve…. There’s an almost dangerous kinetic energy to Man Made Object, explaining the ‘go go!’ cry in the group’s name.”—SPIN

“To ask whether GoGo Penguin plays jazz misses the point of the sense of adventure in contemporary popular music… They are experimentalists in pursuit of superior improvisational music. The groove matters most… the trio knows what it’s doing and does it exceptionally well.”—Wall Street Journal

“The members stayed locked in their grooves, three young men making music with jazz instruments, rock dynamics and circumscribed dance-music strategies. You’ll soon hear about them.”—NY Times

“Jazz, techno, hip-hop and dubstep are glimpsed here, but for all the looping motifs and dance floor vibes, this is the work of three sure-footed improvisers with deep jazz roots“—The Guardian

“After turning heads with their superlative Mercury Prize nominated v2.0 in 2013, they’ve signed to Blue Note and deliver a potent debut for the legendary jazz label that juxtaposes pastoral lyricism with urban angst”—MOJO

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