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Chartre Khan I was just looking for some free jazz, and after hearing Igor Krutogolov's solo noise album from a few years ago, this was natural. Often it's really ambient and quite blissful to me, really. Quite atmospheric, with some harsher, more metal-like distorted bass riffs on occasion, and sax of course. It's certainly not so uptempo or energetic like some free jazz stuff but it has a lot of soul and beauty.
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Recording of the first gig ever of this unique trio.

Krutogolov (the brain behind "Kruzenshtern i Parohod" avant-rockers) was joined here by Assif Tsahar, free jazz sax player (of "Digital Primitives" and many others), and Fershtman, the drummer of "Monotonix", famous Israeli garage band.

The result as unexpected as the line up was: brutal and deafening free-jazz was mixed here with everything you can imagine - from noise to afro-jazz acoustic ambient.

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released October 30, 2010

2010 Auris Media, AUM022


Performed by:

Igor Krutogolov - bass, vocals, noises
Assif Tsahar - tenor sax, marimba
Hagai Fershtman - drums, percussion

All compositions are improvised/performed live by Krutogolov/Tsahar/Fershtman

Recorded live on August 4, 2009 at Levontin 7 club, Tel-Aviv, by Victor Levin with help from Eviatar Gutman

Mixed and mastered by Meir "Big M" Amar

Executive producer: Victor Levin

Cover art and design: Igor Krutogolov

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Auris Media Records Israel

Israeli label dealing with unusual experimental/avantgarde music.
Was established in 2003 and was dedicated to promote underground and independent music scene in Israel. The label plans to release the works and unique collaborations of independent artists of any kind from Israel and abroad, as well as live recordings of concerts organized by "Auris Media". ... more

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