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Album Review

Like labelmates Growing, Keith Fullerton Whitman, and Greg Davis, Greg Kowalsky finds his footing firmly entrenched inside the drones of prepared guitar, melodica, and other instrumentation. And like these aforementioned artists, he excels in making the proverb "less is more" ring bright and true. Under the guidance of Fred Frith at Mills College, Kowalsky does his alma mater proud by pushing electronics and organic instruments together, compressing them until the distinction between the two is blurred. However, unlike most compositions in this vein, Kowalsky's ideas are comparatively succinct. He doesn't overreach or expand too much on his ideas, trimming the fat away only to reveal the true meat and bones of a piece. If only more discs in this genre were like that.


Genre: Alternative

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Sound artists/multi-instrumentalist Gregg Kowalsky was born in New York City but raised in Southern Florida. He spent most of the early portion of his career performing under the alias "Osso Bucco" and traveled throughout Europe performing at festivals. He later enrolled at Mills College in California and studied electronic music recording under the guidance of Fred Frith. After releasing several recordings in limited...
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