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The sound art of the Swiss trio Quiet Tree can be located in a musical square, in which programming, producing and musical virtuosity come together. With a keen sense for atmospheric moods, the music drifts through multi-faceted soundscapes. Euphorbia grooves, irritates and breathes the vastness and laconic tranquility of a Nordic landscape surrounded by an aura of melancholy. "Improvisation, electronic avant garde and jazzrock psychedelia create an intense fusion. Simon Spiess on tenor saxofone, Marc Méan on grand piano and synthesizer and Jonas Ruther on drums, as a collective they all share the ability to subordinate their playing to a musical storytelling. Their sound has cinematic qualities", writes Luise Wolf in the Liner Notes. Furthermore the album's digital production by Dan Nicholls carries the weight of a fourth instrument.
The sound art of the Swiss trio Quiet Tree can be located in a musical square, in which programming, producing and musical virtuosity come together. With a keen sense for atmospheric moods, the music drifts through multi-faceted soundscapes. Euphorbia grooves, irritates and breathes the vastness and laconic tranquility of a Nordic landscape surrounded by an aura of melancholy. "Improvisation, electronic avant garde and jazzrock psychedelia create an intense fusion. Simon Spiess on tenor saxofone, Marc Méan on grand piano and synthesizer and Jonas Ruther on drums, as a collective they all share the ability to subordinate their playing to a musical storytelling. Their sound has cinematic qualities", writes Luise Wolf in the Liner Notes. Furthermore the album's digital production by Dan Nicholls carries the weight of a fourth instrument.
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Euphorbia
Artist: Simon Spiess Quiet Tree
Format: CD
New: Available to Order $19.98
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DISC: 1

1. Grieving Was Yesterday
2. Innermost
3. Light Light Light
4. Bleu Foncé
5. Indulge In Fancy
6. Das Isch Diis
7. Forest
8. Breathing Under Water
9. SO

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The sound art of the Swiss trio Quiet Tree can be located in a musical square, in which programming, producing and musical virtuosity come together. With a keen sense for atmospheric moods, the music drifts through multi-faceted soundscapes. Euphorbia grooves, irritates and breathes the vastness and laconic tranquility of a Nordic landscape surrounded by an aura of melancholy. "Improvisation, electronic avant garde and jazzrock psychedelia create an intense fusion. Simon Spiess on tenor saxofone, Marc Méan on grand piano and synthesizer and Jonas Ruther on drums, as a collective they all share the ability to subordinate their playing to a musical storytelling. Their sound has cinematic qualities", writes Luise Wolf in the Liner Notes. Furthermore the album's digital production by Dan Nicholls carries the weight of a fourth instrument.
        
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