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Tomorrow Becomes You

Slow Six

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Album Review

Having released their second album, Nor'easter, on the classical label New Albion, Slow Six return to Western Vinyl (which released their first, Private Times in Public Places) for their third disc, Tomorrow Becomes You, thus teetering back to the pop/rock side of their classical crossover style. There are passages in these seven tracks that rock, starting with the first one, "The Night You Left New York," and with composer Christopher Tignor and Ben Lively's violins sawing away, the musical style sometimes recalls the jazz-rock fusion of the Mahavishnu Orchestra or even the psychedelic rock of It's a Beautiful Day. But Tignor isn't interested in jazz improvisation or rock solos; he want to assemble his compositions out of slowly building rhythmic and melodic figures that are as often ambient as energetic. This is mood music and, potentially, could be used to accompany film, but it also executes ideas about music and sound, as Tignor mixes in static and what sound like news reports. It's like he's trying to evoke what it's like to listen to music in an urban cityscape in which outside noise is unavoidable and simply has to be incorporated into the overall musical picture.

Customer Reviews


This is an incredible album from an incredible band... Every time I listen, it takes me on a journey. It marries epic soundscapes and textures with truly creative composition, and Chris Tignor brings life to the violin once more with his inspiring use of custom designed sound effects and creative combinations of pedals. This is a beautiful piece of work, one that nobody should miss out on. Also, check out their first album as well, it is a masterpiece!


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Slow Six are a classical crossover group based in New York City and led by composer/violinist Christopher Tignor. They released their debut album, Private Times in Public Places, on Western Vinyl on April 29, 2004, then switched to the classical label New Albion for their second, Nor'easter, released on July 31, 2007. By the time of their third album, Tomorrow Becomes You, which found them back on Western Vinyl, they were a quintet...
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