Led Bib: Umbrella Weather

Led Bib SKU: 31930628
Led Bib: Umbrella Weather

Led Bib: Umbrella Weather

Led Bib SKU: 31930628

Format: CD

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Title: Umbrella Weather
Artist: Led Bib
Label: Rarenoise Records
UPC: 5060197761066
Genre: Rock

Easily the most adventurous and audacious outfit on today's UK jazz scene, Led Bib has built a reputation over the course of seven albums for expansive improvisations and treks into genre defying music of throbbing intensity. For their RareNoise Records debut, the five - piece group from London continues pushing the envelope on Umbrella Weather. Fueled by the muscular drumming of ringleader Mark Holub and the intense fuzz bass lines of Liran Donin, further tweaked by atmospheric washes and crunchy keyboard action from Toby McLaren and sparked by the pungent twin alto saxes of Peter Grogan and Chris Williams, Led Bib stakes out a unique spot in the musical terrain that falls somewhere between the realms of John Zorn, Ornette Coleman, Charles Mingus and Eric Dolphy.

1.1 Lobster Terror
1.2 Ceasefire
1.3 On the Roundabout
1.4 Fields of Forgetfulness
1.5 Too Many Cooks
1.6 Women's Power
1.7 Insect Invasion
1.8 At the Shopping Centre
1.9 Skeleton Key to the City
1.10 The Boot
1.11 Marching Orders
1.12 Goodbye

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