Deep Drive 2 + Peter Zummo
- 1On Another TimelIne00:59
- 2Prepare For Docking16:11
- 3Prepare For Docking - Remix01:47
- 4Another Way Than Expected13:25
- 5Actual Serpentine04:23
- 6Deep Drone Plus11:32
- 7Way Better Than I Expected03:17
Info zu Deep Drive 2 +
The identity of Deep Drive comes in large part from the way Zummo moves through the world.
Using his smartphone, he records daily fragments: of daydreams and conversations, signage and slogans, moments that that strike him as insightful, odd, amusing, thereby creating a sonic collage of rhythms, melodies and voices.
His deep baritone is imbued with laconic humour, and Deep Drive's track titles riff off his messaging.
"Prepare For Docking" refers to the Staten Island ferry and the spectacle of humdrum city movements, but also suggests the nautical deep or even extraterrestrial life, with otherworldliness woven deep into the sound.
"It's not a recital," says Zummo, of this way of working, "it's a movie." Deep Drive, then, is an album about the totality of the artistic process, seen from a generous and honest vantage point.
Peter Broderick, violin, drums, synthesizer
Joe Carvell, acoustic and electric bass
Mabe Fratti, cello
Sebastian Rojas, synthesizer, electric organ
Peter Zummo, trombone, voice, electric piano, didgeridoo, trumpet
The Docking Choir
(born 1948) is an American composer and trombonist.He has been described as “an important exponent of the American contemporary classical tradition.” Meanwhile, he has been quoted as describing his own work as “minimalism and a whole lot more.”
Since 1967, Zummo’s compositions exploring the rock, jazz, new- and electronic-music, disco, punk, and world-music idioms have been presented in venues including the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City Center, Experimental Intermedia Foundation, Dance Theater Workshop, and La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, among many others in New York City, as well as in numerous additional spaces worldwide. The website of the music magazine Pitchfork called Zummo’s music “the sound of sublimity…that sends shivers down the nervous system,” and in an interview with The Quietus, Scottish deejay JD Twitch (Keith McIvor) characterized Zummo’s work as “sheer bliss.”
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