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Jaga JazzistYay or Nay
Posted 08 June 2015 - 09:08 PM
New album is fucking PHENOMENAL. Best band in the world right now
Posted 08 June 2015 - 09:31 PM
I love the poll results, 100%. These guys are undeniably sick
Posted 07 July 2015 - 07:02 PM
You guys are nuts. Album rules. Not quite as good as One-Armed Bandit but what is?
Posted 08 July 2015 - 01:25 AM
It's like comparing Deloused to Amp. One is meticulously crafted and focused, the other is spacey, masturbatory and weird, but still awesome.
Posted 16 July 2015 - 08:29 AM
This new album is fucking intense - the first song is like that Killed Him in the Sauna track but with techno - so good.
Rest of the album is very catchy... idk, I like it. It's just as good as any other by them, and I still haven't absorbed them all, but they are without a doubt some of the most talented songwriters/musicians out there.
Posted 07 August 2020 - 11:40 PM
Posted 02 July 2021 - 05:32 PM
Premiered on Brainfeeder’s weekly Twitch show The Hit and released today, “The Tower” is a new film and live album by the Norwegian eight-piece band Jaga Jazzist. Comprising of live recordings of the four compositions that make up their ninth studio album “Pyramid”, the band linked with director Sigurd Ytre-Arne to film an incredible live set at the top of Økern Kulturtårn in Oslo, capturing the transition from day to night as the sun set over Norway’s capital city.
“This was a beautiful night in August 2020 after five months in lockdown. It was the first day we met up and played the album together since recording it a year earlier,” explains Lars Horntveth. “The idea was to capture the sunset over our beautiful city while playing the new album from start to finish. Filmed, edited and directed by the supertalented Sigurd Ytre-Arne. We´re stoked that we captured this on film and looking forward to finally show it to everybody. Enjoy!”
Released last year on Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder Records, “Pyramid” saw Jaga Jazzist taking a deep dive into post-rock, jazz and psychedelia influences. The album title refers to the building blocks which make up a pyramid, and how each of the four tracks – and their constituent parts – fit together. ‘Tomita’ is a nod to Japanese composer and synth player Isao Tomita, and ‘The Shrine’ alludes to Fela Kuti’s legendary Lagos venue. Lars says: “I felt that this album is a small symphony, each part containing its own rooms to explore.
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