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TILTED, the first title in a 2-part series. TILTED captures a single live acoustic jazz session at The Bridge Studio that was transformed into the cinematic, loop-based, instrumental, beat-driven fractal art that is Soundtrack to a Nonexistent Film. The albums stand side-by-side to the classic, sample-heavy production of Hip-Hop’s Golden Age. The live jazz recordings put you in the club with the musicians and the remixes put you on the street, deep in our new reality. TILTED is out August 28, 2020 (on Ropeadope Records) with Soundtrack to a Nonexistent Film following on October 30, 2020.


released August 28, 2020

Donny McCaslin (David Bowie / Blackstar) - tenor saxophone
Orrin Evans (The Bad Plus) - piano, toy piano
Dezron Douglas (Ravi Coltrane Quartet/Black Lion) - double bass
Eric McPherson (Fred Hersch Trio) - drums

Producer: Amon Drum ( Founder APS & The Bridge Studio )
Producer: Ben Rubin (Smalls Live/Walking Distance ft. Jason Moran/Mudville/Dred Scott Trio)

Recording Engineer: Amon Drum at The Bridge Studio in Brooklyn, NY
Assistant Recording Engineer: Greg Tock
Mix Engineer: Amon Drum at The Bridge Studio in Brooklyn, NY
Mastered by: Joe LaPorta at Sterling Sound


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Analog Players Society Brooklyn, New York

The Analog Players Society is a collective effort spearheaded and produced by Amon, featuring a large ensemble cast of musicians hanging around the studio, the likes of which read like a who’s who list of the wide-open Brooklyn music scene as it stands today. The APS vibe is about making people dance even if the power goes out. For booking or licensing, contact ... more

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