Mini-Reviews LXII

It’s not the first time Brendon Coleman Quartet puts something out, but they might just have outdone themselves with Infinite Loop. The over fifty-minute album consists of a pretty standard quartet format with guitar and piano, but the compositions and improvisations they play are a perfect fit for it. That’s not surprising, but it still deserves recognition. Infinite Loop is just an awesome modern jazz album!
After many delays, the Greek-mythology-obsessed French band Promethean released Aloades, their debut EP, on February ninth. For once, the band describes themselves quite accurately with the term ‘symphonic blackened death metal’, although … Read more