Of all the mutations evolving out of the jam scene, these Baltimore submariners may be the strangest. They’re best known for mainly instrumental, groove-science-dropping, deep-space-exploring live sets. But ”Another One Lost” finds them getting serious about songwriting, the perpetual Achilles’ heel of their noodling comrades. It’s good news they’re looking beyond the Dead/Phish axis for inspiration, and if they need to get over their Radiohead obsession, at least they’ve found a worthy cribbing source. Secret weapon: drummer Michael Lowry, whose ability to play warp-speed jungle breakbeats in real time is jaw-dropping. IPOD PEOPLE The disc comes ”supertagged” with a 30-minute instrumental MP3 that outfreaks the actual record.
Another One Lost Of all the mutations evolving out of the jam scene, these Baltimore submariners may be the strangest. They're best known for mainly instrumental, groove...Another One LostReissues Of all the mutations evolving out of the jam scene, these Baltimore submariners may be the strangest. They're best known for mainly instrumental, groove...2003-09-05
Genre: Reissues; Producer (group): Palm
Posted September 5 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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