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1 review »Ok, here we got ourselves a collaborative effort from then insane improvers Talibam! and the Gothic Junk folk experimentalism of Peeesseye, both emperors of the NYC improv scene playing in all sorts of outfits including the outstanding Storm and Stress. Anyway, after years of mutual friendship and touring activity they decided to get together and rock some purist improv fun and the results ar ... »

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Peeesseye & Talibam! by Peeesseye & Talibam!
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 24 March 2010
Ok, here we got ourselves a collaborative effort from then insane improvers Talibam! and the Gothic Junk folk experimentalism of Peeesseye, both emperors of the NYC improv scene playing in all sorts of outfits including the outstanding Storm and Stress. Anyway, after years of mutual friendship and touring activity they decided to get together and rock some purist improv fun and the results are mint. Matt Mottel's skronking keyboard drives these sessions into unlikely territories with his funk influenced, distorted organ tones and Kevin Shea is on fine form here playing blistering drums dictating the ambiance and flow of each development in the tracks. A rare vocal contribution brings things to ahead on the opener and makes for a lively intro to a consistently interesting, if slightly perplexing improv wigout. Should also note the significant contribution from the Peeeseye boys who provide an ambient framework of synth tones and guitars from which new ideas evolve. Definitely one of my favourite Talibam! albums i've heard so far and an excellent introduction to the power of Peeesseye. Please observe.



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