Vinyl LP pressing. Marfa TX-based multidisciplinary abstractivist Rob Mazurek has made an indelible impact on creative music over the past 30 years. Dimensional Stardust showcases the intricacy and complexity of Mazurek's compositions but in their most potent, most compacted forms. Opting to focus on tight ensemble orchestration over passages of open improvisation, Mazurek distills a maximal orchestra of explosive improvisers into a beautifully restrained, graceful group exercise in melodic minimalism. The album features almost no "soloist" moments, excepting Jeff Parker's other-worldy guitar meltdown on "The Careening Prism Within," and when Nicole Mitchell's flute floats to the front of the barrage on "Sun Core Tet."
Vinyl LP pressing. Marfa TX-based multidisciplinary abstractivist Rob Mazurek has made an indelible impact on creative music over the past 30 years. Dimensional Stardust showcases the intricacy and complexity of Mazurek's compositions but in their most potent, most compacted forms. Opting to focus on tight ensemble orchestration over passages of open improvisation, Mazurek distills a maximal orchestra of explosive improvisers into a beautifully restrained, graceful group exercise in melodic minimalism. The album features almost no "soloist" moments, excepting Jeff Parker's other-worldy guitar meltdown on "The Careening Prism Within," and when Nicole Mitchell's flute floats to the front of the barrage on "Sun Core Tet."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 11/27/2020
UPC: 603784912363

Dimensional Stardust [Import LP]
Artist: Rob Mazurek / Exploding Star Orchestra
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Marfa TX-based multidisciplinary abstractivist Rob Mazurek has made an indelible impact on creative music over the past 30 years. Dimensional Stardust showcases the intricacy and complexity of Mazurek's compositions but in their most potent, most compacted forms. Opting to focus on tight ensemble orchestration over passages of open improvisation, Mazurek distills a maximal orchestra of explosive improvisers into a beautifully restrained, graceful group exercise in melodic minimalism. The album features almost no "soloist" moments, excepting Jeff Parker's other-worldy guitar meltdown on "The Careening Prism Within," and when Nicole Mitchell's flute floats to the front of the barrage on "Sun Core Tet."