Moritz Von Oswald Trio ‎– Fetch

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Jam 17:31
Dark 7:06
Club 11:56
Yangissa 14:10

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HJRLP67 Moritz Von Oswald Trio Fetch(2xLP, Album, Gat) Honest Jon's Records HJRLP67 UK 2012 Sell This Version
HJRCD 67 Moritz Von Oswald Trio Fetch(4xFile, WAV) Honest Jon's Records HJRCD 67 UK 2012
PCD-93559 Moritz Von Oswald Trio Fetch(CD, Album) P-Vine Records PCD-93559 Japan 2012 Sell This Version
HJRCD67 Moritz Von Oswald Trio Fetch(CD, Album) Honest Jon's Records HJRCD67 UK 2012 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

December 4, 2016
referencing Fetch, CD, Album, HJRCD67

The Moritz Von Oswald Trio invites you to play FETCH, as they craft another album of abstract jazz, electronics and dub. The opening track, "Jam," centers on ghostly trumpet blares as a spare rhythm and a few strums of bass hold their ground until they take over entirely, allowing the slow movement of "Dark" to conquer all. "Club" offers a more steady beat, though it probably won't be on heavy rotation on a dancefloor anytime soon as it traffics in drifting abstraction. And "Yangissa" closes the album out with an African-inspired rhythm and horns that reside quietly in the background. As the track develops, however, deeper tones infiltrate and the mood shifts into outer space. An intriguing work.
Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

November 5, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Fetch, 2xLP, Album, Gat, HJRLP67
Disappointed with this release. I bought it for home listening but I find it too jarring to relax to. The underlying themes are awesome and then out of nowhere, loud outbursts of what sounds like a piano falling down a flight of stairs.
gobul

gobul

October 2, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Fetch, 2xLP, Album, Gat, HJRLP67
Smooth and aerial electric experience
McMickiewicz

McMickiewicz

September 22, 2014
referencing Fetch, 2xLP, Album, Gat, HJRLP67

One of my most favourite home-listening albums. It is something more than just electronic jams. All of these tracks has some astral almost mystical magic, which is concluded somewhere between a hidden tape hiss and spatial sounds of Delay's percussion. To follow Hoene Wronsky sentence: "music as the corporealization of the intelligence that is in sounds". Perfect match.