01.04.2020 – 9PM
? Milton Man Gogh ?
After prolific formative years and a brief hiatus, Milton Man Gogh
have emerged with their second full-length album entitled
“How to be Big and Small (At the Same Time)” Released
in June 2019 through eclectic Sydney label Art as Catharsis and featuring special guest performances from award-winning Australian improvisers Kristin Berardi (vocals) and Toby Wren (guitar), this newest offering from the experimental trio serves as a multi-layered perspective and powerful manifestation of the band’s philosophy
and sound; striking a balance between the precise and expressive
, serious and ridiculous.
A “jazz trio” that eschews the mantle and gives it some crushed up
No-Doz tablets; Milton Man Gogh is the collaborative effort between
Andrew Saragossi (Tenor Saxophone), Zac Sakrewski (Double Bass/Effects) and Benjamin Shannon (Drums & Percussion). The Brisbane based trio’s distinct style and approach to music making is aimed at bringing together the often far-spread constellations
of music lovers; from the festival stage, to the cellar jazz club through to the living room metal show. With an energetic and
unpredictable live show which saw them share the stage with
KNOWER (USA) at the 2018 Brisbane International Jazz Festival
,MMG have rapidly become one the Australian jazz-sphere’s must see acts.
Milton Man Gogh’s unique sound is an amalgamation of the core influences of each member – jazz and improvised music, contemporary classical, progressive rock and metal. Equally comfortable plundering sounds from Meshuggah and Donny McCaslin to Aphex Twin and Captain Beefheart, Milton Man Gogh seeks to explore personal inquiry through composition, ultimately being brought to life in the studio, through music videos and live
performance where they showcase their raw and untamed intensity and energy.
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? Every soul is welcome no matter what
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