Here's one for the adventurous listener, an uncompromising work that takes no prisoners!
Conceptually a "guys" album (no woman would come up with titles like these), Dave Lisik takes center stage on his final release for 2011, a fascinating work composed by New York-based new music and electro-acoustic composer, Jorge Sosa. Dave's trumpet playing lends Enceladus a distinct jazz character, but the fundamental nature of the work is resolutely genre-defying.
This masterful, beautifully produced work is wholly contemporary and fearlessly forward-looking. Like all of Dave Lisik and Jorge Sosa's albums, Enceladus will reward the active, fully engaged listener. At times the music is reminiscent of late period Weather Report and/or Miles Davis, albeit interpreted by someone from, well, one of Saturn’s moons!
Dave Lisik (trumpet)
Jorge Sosa (electronics)
Produced by Dave Lisik and Jorge Sosa
Recorded by Dave Lisik
Edited and mixed by Dr. Jorge Sosa, New York City
Mastered by Steve Garden
Design by UnkleFranc
Released: 20 December 2011