Mamutrio

Primal Existence

2016-11-18

More traditional jazz on this album, but with a few different approaches. I really loved the stand up bass, as it stood out more than ever on the entire album. I also love the fact that this band was founded by a young amazing drummer, whose mentors and influences believed in him to the point that they decided to start making music together and come out with their own original music. Pretty cool to see younger people who are into music producing Jazz influenced music. Very Solid overall.

review by Matt

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