New Band of The Day: Cheap Jazz
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Cheap Jazz are a band that can never be accused of being unoriginal. Their brand of rock fuses elements of math rock and garage rock providing an enjoyable yet unpredictable listen. Their latest track, 'Horse Drawn Nuts', showcases what Cheap Jazz are all about. It shows a raw energy, with the band frequently switching gears from a calm, melodic, laid back tune to gritty, in-your-face aggression. Another song to check out is 'The Trouble With Harry' taken from their awesome debut album The Shape of Fun to Come. It is math rock with a pinch of jazz, and the pace and style shift that is so characteristic of Cheap Jazz and once more manages to have the desired effect. The bands frequent intertwining of musical styles is ambitious and nonsensical in equal measure. Yet it shows a chaotic genius, and the polarity of the music is perhaps Cheap Jazz’s most enjoyable quality. They are a delightfully idiosyncratic band that are well worth your time. Hatch'd Live Sessions: Cheap Jazz 'Horse Drawn Nuts' from Hatch'd Magazine on Vimeo. For more tunes from Cheap Jazz: http://cheapjazz.bandcamp.com
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