Vitamin F

by Fontanelle

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John Cratchley The bass is sub-tectonic...the drums and percussion are not just locked-in they are positively imprisoned...the bass clarinet and trumpet are sparse and rhythmic...the guitar,rhodes and electronics are tasteful without being too polite: this album is just low down and dirty...electric Miles is an obvious inspiration but this is no slavish imitation.Lots more of the same please!.
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Fontanelles’ abrupt change in musical direction on their fourth album leads the listener down a dark, thick, fuzzy groove-laden path.

Electric-era Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock &The Headhunters and Funkadelic are some greasy points of reference for their sophisticated strut. Featuring members of sunn 0))), Eagle Twin, Earth, etc... Fontanelle has conjured a burly fusion jazz sound that has been dubbed, “White Magus.”

Gentry Densley (Eagle Twin), Steve Moore (Earth, sunn 0))) ), Hans Teuber, Eric Walton (Skerik), Jef Brown (Jackie-O MF) and Dave Carter are all featured on Vitamin F.

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released October 23, 2012

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