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Marco Benevento – TigerFace

Marco Benevento sets forth a vision for instrumental music that connects the dots between Explosions In The Sky and Tortoise on one side, Brian Eno and Brad Mehldau on the other. On his fourth album TigerFace, Benevento takes the next step forward in this evolution. He paints his songs in sonic colors, shimmering with acoustic piano, synths and analog keyboards.

The album was recorded by Tom Biller (Fiona Apple) and Bryce Goggin (Pavement) along with a stellar cast of musicians, including Matt Chamberlain (Bill Frisell), John McEntire (Tortoise), Andrew Barr (The Barr Brothers), Dave Dreiwitz (Ween), Reed Mathis (Tea Leaf Green), Mike Gordon (Phish) and Stuart Bogie (Antibalas).

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