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Gutbucket, “Luton” from Dance (2016): Something Else! video premiere

Gutbucket, “Luton” from Dance (2016): Something Else! video premiere

Through the magic of cinematography and editing, Gutbucket show how their angular wallop can inspire dancing in this world premiere video of “Luton”.

Gutbucket – Flock (2011)

Gutbucket – Flock (2011)

photo: Natascha Rockwin by S. Victor Aaron According to Wikipedia, a gutbucket is “a stringed instrument used in American folk music that uses a metal washtub as a resonator.” There is even a “gutbucket blues” style of music that was played by those jug bands of long ago. And so since we’re here to talk about a band called “Gutbucket,”Read More

Half Notes: Ken Thomson And Slow/Fast – It Would Be Easier If (2010)

by S. Victor Aaron Like Jason Stein, Gutbucket co-founder Ken Thomson is a bass clarinetist — he’s an alto saxophonist, too — and both like to play along the margins of jazz, but Thomson’s conception of music freely spills over into other styles as well. His latest project, Ken Thomson And the Slow/Fast, is a quintet with him and RussRead More

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