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Kyle Bruckmann - Entymology album


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Oakland, CA-based composer/performer Kyle Bruckmann’s work extends from a classical foundation into genre-bending gray areas encompassing free jazz, electronic music and post-punk rock. From 1996-2003, he was a fixture in Chicago’s musical underground; long-term affiliations include the electro-acoustic duo EKG, the art-punk monstrosity Lozenge, and the Creative Music quintet Wrack.

Kyle Bruckmann is an oboist and electronic musician who earned undergraduate degrees in music and psychology at Rice University in Houston, studying oboe with Robert Atherholt, serving as music director of campus radio station KTRU, and achieving academic distinction as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He completed his Masters degree in 1996 at the University of Michigan, where he studied oboe performance with Harry Sargous and contemporary improvisation with Ed Sarath.

Entymology is a avant-garde jazz music album recording by KYLE BRUCKMANN released in 2000 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.

Well, Kyle Bruckmann's first solo CD Entymology succeeded in taking critics and listeners off guard. How? Simply because Bruckmann's main instrument is the oboe (he also plays English horn and suona here). The place of double-reed instruments in free improvisation is limited, to say the least. When it comes to solo albums, it's non-existent. Entymology could have been only a curiosity, something exotic-sounding for the improv crowd, but it goes beyond that.

Kyle Bruckmann as an oboist and electronic musician has become a fixture in Chicago's thriving experimental music underground. With a history of conservatory training gone awry, Bruckmann combines the discipline of a classical foundation with the raucous sensibilities of Dada and punk in adizzying variety of artistic endeavors. On the strength of his second album after his solo "Entymology" on Barely Auditable a couple of years back, Chicago-based Kyle Bruckmann is just such a player: "And" is a collection of duets pitting his oboe, cor, suona (a Chinese double-reed instrument) and raita against the cream of the crop of Chicago improvisors - percussionists Michael Zerang and Weasel Walter, bass clarinettists.

Kyle Bruckmann Oakland, CA-based composer/performer Kyle Bruckmann’s work extends from a classical foundation into genre-bending gray areas encompassing free jazz, electronic music and post-punk rock. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

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Oboist Kyle Bruckmann's creative work spans a dizzying aesthetic range, from a classical foundation into genre-bending gray areas encompassing free jazz, electronic music and post-punk rock. International touring and appearances on more than 40 recordings have led to his recognition as "a modern day renaissance musician" and "a seasoned improviser with impressive extended technique and peculiar artistic flair. From 1996 until his westward relocation, he had been a fixture in Chicago's experimental music underground. Ongoing affiliations include EKG, the "rock" monstrosity Lozenge, and the quintet Wrack. Bruckmann earned undergraduate degrees in music and psychology at Rice University in Houston.

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Tracklist

1 Entymology 1 4:51
2 Entymology 2 2:02
3 Entymology 3 5:06
4 Entymology 4 2:57
5 Entymology 5 5:37
6 Entymology 6 1:11
7 Entymology 7 2:21
8 Entymology 8 3:12
9 Entymology 9 3:12
10 Entymology 10 2:35
11 Entymology 11 6:20
12 Entymology 12 3:03
13 Entymology 13 4:14

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Gruene Neune Musik
  • Recorded At – Robbie Hunsinger's Living Room
  • Mastered At – Savage Sound Syndicate
  • Printed By – Crosshair Printing

Credits

  • Artwork, Layout – Barb Herman*
  • Mastered By – Malachi Ritscher
  • Oboe, English Horn, Suona – Kyle Bruckmann

Notes

Recorded April 22-24, 1999

Packaged in a screen-printed card-stock wallet.
Kyle Bruckmann - Entymology album
Free Improvisation, Experimental, Free Jazz
Performer: Kyle Bruckmann
Title: Entymology
Category: Jazz
Released: 2000
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 938
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