The Best Experimental Music on Bandcamp: February 2019 

Source: Bandcamp Daily.

You can find all sorts of experimental music on Bandcamp: free jazz, avant-rock, dense noise, outer-limits electronics, deconstructed folk, abstract spoken word, and so much more. Each month, Marc Masters picks some of the best new releases from across this ambitious spectrum. February’s selection includes reframed religious rituals, longform drone studies, fractured rockabilly, damaged beats, and ambitious environmental composition.

Jamie Saft Interviewed About New Release

Source: Downbeat.

When keyboardist Jamie Saft talks about his bond with drummer Bobby Previte and bassist Steve Swallow, the word “incredible” comes up a lot. You definitely can hear that sparkling rapport on the trio’s latest disc, You Don’t Know The Life (RareNoise), on which the three explore a provocative batch of songs that include cherry-picked covers, such as Bill Evans’ “Re: Person I Knew” and John Blackburn and Karl Suessdorf’s “Moonlight In Vermont,” alongside captivating originals, such as “Water From Beneath” and “The Break Of The Flat Land.” With hints of 1960s psychedelia underscored by modern jazz wit, the new album bewitches, then transports listeners to a harmonically rich, melodically savvy realm of superb—and often subtle—improvisational possibilities.