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Jazz isn’t mentioned today as much as other genres. Instrumental compositions don’t exactly dominate the radio / internet waves and the intricacy and complexity doesn’t usually have the mass appeal of a simple pop song. What most glossy, candy-coated songs miss is the depth, layers, and compositional complexities of an experimental jazz track.

Eddie Moore and his band (Deandre Manning on bass, Adam Scholzman on guitar, Pat Adams/ Zach Morrow on drums) create free-form tapestries of sound that simultaneously energize, seduce, and relax. We were lucky enough to have the Ropeadope Records’ group visit the Shadow Scape Records studio and capture their magic on video and audio.

Take a listen to their track above and sign up for our newsletter below to get free MP3s of each session we release, including this one.