Hypercolor

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IN THE NEWS
New York Times "Hypercolor - a full-tilt jazz-rock band ... will play
music from its often gripping self-titled debut"

Time Out New York: "Hypercolor specializes in loopily unhinged
punk-minded fusion ... [with] extensive experience in the avant-jazz
and contemporary-classical realms"

NYC Jazz Record: "A fierce unit specializing in a noise-bathed
jazz/rock hybrid. Hypercolor hammer out, literally, a cerebral and
methodical assault on the senses ... electrifying and perpetually
locked-in while sprinkling in manic improvisational flourishes. With a
rhythm section of elastic and rollicking precision, Maoz goes off the
rock- centric rails ... exploding from his gnarly and nimble
fretwork".

All About Jazz: "genre omnivores whose own work and collaborations
draw as heavily from the worlds of free improvisation, contemporary
classical, various ethnic musics, and art-rock as they do from jazz...
a punkish sort of old school jazz-rock energy".



Featuring their debut CD on Tzadik (released 01/15), this strangely marvelous rock-spastic-jazz band features composition by all three members. NYC-based Hypercolor’s ridiculous artsong craftsmanship alternately revels in complexity or brazen simplicity, favoring entropy and near-disaster over order or tidiness. Like experimental grafting surgery gone horribly awry, Hypercolor bears limbs borrowed from 80s NYC No-Wave, and early jazz/rock, and orchestral rock textures.

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released January 15, 2015

Eyal Maoz - guitar
James Ilgenfritz - bass
Lukas Ligeti - drums

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Hypercolor New York, New York

Previewing their debut CD on Tzadik (released 01/15), this strangely marvelous rock-spastic-jazz band features composition by all three members. NYC-based Hypercolor’s ridiculous artsong craftsmanship alternately revels in complexity or brazen simplicity, favoring entropy and near-disaster over order or tidiness. Hypercolor bears limbs borrowed from NYC No-Wave, and orchestral rock textures. ... more

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