Earshift Music director Jeremy Rose’s new album "Project Infinity: Live at Phoenix Central Park" captures the group’s performance at the award-winning Sydney performance space. Intent on exploring the post-jazz, post-everything sound world, they create a fresh perspective to music from torchbearers such as The Necks and Tangents, drawing upon elements of electro-soul, hip-hop, psychedelic rock, abstract soundscapes and avant-garde jazz.
Featuring keys player Novak Manoljovic, drummer Tully Ryan, and electronics artist Ben Carey, the group explores the infinite possibilities of music expression with zero gravity in a set of spontaneous music.
“Improvisation is all about creating dialogue with the musicians, the space you are performing in, as well as with one's own ideas” says Rose. "We have infinite musical choices in any particular moment — to repeat, to change, to respond. To let oneself go and be totally in the moment can feel like you’re free falling - free falling towards infinity.”
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