ALBUM REVIEW: Binker & Moses – Feeding the Machine | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 25.02.22






Across two albums together as well as other projects, saxophonist Binker Golding and drummer Moses Boyd have placed themselves at the cutting edge of Britain’s jazz scene. Their third album, Feeding The Machine, sees them further pushing their own boundaries, setting the tone with the dynamic free-jazz of opener Asynchronous Intervals.

Honorary third member Max Luthert is also on hand with tape loops and electronics, peppering the record with tones that reach towards experimental and ambient territory. It’s most stunning and notable on After The Machine Settles, where Golding and Boyd burst triumphantly through an opening, languorous electronic passage. Although often seeming on the edge of chaos, Binker & Moses continue to be completely in control of their dynamic creative vision.


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