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Album Review

The sophomore album from Conjoint charts many of the same vibes as 1997's self-titled album for KM20, though that's hardly a drawback. Moufang and Hodge wrap Berger's laid back vibraphone lines and Ruit's sparse guitar pickings — plus a variety of guests on reeds and organ — with a fabric of similarly gentle (but often free-form) atmospherics and electronics. The beats range from crackly trip-hop ("Strange Ideas," "Four Nine") to more precise electro programming ("Walk On!"), even while the surface music remains surprisingly similar. Most of the songs are bookended by short interludes termed "earprints" — unfortunately, the large number of different pieces often gives the experimentation a slight meandering quality. Though it may not survive a full listen, Earprints includes a lot of intriguing music.


Formed: 1996

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The ambient-jazz collective Conjoint included Karl Berger on vibraphone and Gunter "Ruit" Kraus on guitar with David Moufang and Jamie Hodge on keyboards, electronics, and programming. Formed in 1996, the group debuted on Moufang's KM20 Recordings with a self-titled 1997 album, and returned...
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