|James Ilgenfritz: Bass||Clicks, Beeps, Buzzing|
|Chris Welcome: Guitar||Shimmering Hiccups|
|Jonathan Moritz: Sax||Introspective Athletics|
|Fluttering Clicks, Fractured Hisses|
|Fluttering Beeps, Mumbling|
|Fractured Flakes, Torrent of Frantic|
|Josh Sinton:||Water For My Father|
|baritone saxophone||Deeper In the Woods than You|
|bass clarinet||The Earth for My Father|
|contrabass clarinet||I'm Still Trying|
|Dizknee Justice Abounds|
|Full of It.Love, that is|
|Through the Trees I saw Stone Caves On a Beach|
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The group (Trio Caveat) creates cerebral chamber improvisations integrating pitch and textures into a web of sound woven over the course of shorter, atmospheric pieces rather than one or two extended pieces.
Sinton is a lyrical player, often constructing his lines around brief motifs or phrases that accumulate into longer lines of increased melodic complexity.
-- Daniel Barbiero, Avant Music News
Throughout nine improvisations, the trio eke out a furrowed palette of metallic footfalls and eliding cubistic tendencies, resulting in a series of skewed but fascinating conversations.
music is rooted in autobiographical excavation (as the
-- Clifford Allen, All About Jazz
Not to write off the aformentioned type of extreme improv, but Trio Caveat balances the temptation for extreme free blowing with measured, empathetic interaction.
What's refreshing is his (Sinton's) command of the instrument, which sounds like a cross between a gong and an industrial vacuum cleaner.
-- Shanley On Music