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Brooklyn Pianist Landon Knoblock and Philadelphia's Shot X Shot in Williamsburg Monday Jan 4

Published: 2010-01-01
Landon Knoblock This Monday Jan. 4, Brooklyn based pianist Landon Knbolock and his band will share a bill with Philadelphia's premier avant jazz group Shot x Shot, at Spike Hill in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

8pm: The Landon Knoblock Group features Ron Horton on trumpet, Noah Preminger on saxophone, Josh Paris on bass, Jeff Davis on drums, and Landon Knoblock on wurly. The group performs unique music combining jazz, avant-garde, rock, and ambient. The music blurs the lines between composition and improvisation, gracefully maintaining an organic musical dialogue. The band has a unique voice that is rooted in the traditions of jazz, but charts it's own course of musical exploration. Donald Elfman at All About Jazz states that “[Knoblock's] touch, both at the keyboard and in his sense of structure, is graceful and easy but it takes real work to achieve this kind of mastery." In addition, The New York Times says “The pianist Landon Knoblock, from Miami by way of Brooklyn, has quietly been making waves for his reflective and lyrical style."

9pm: Shot x Shot is a Philadelphia quartet that has forged a distinctive sound through five years of steady collaboration. Their work is based in collective improvisational compositions that run the gamut from delicate to ruthless. Shot Shot has performedalongside Peter Brtzmann, Jeb Bishop, Chicago Luzern Exchange, Peter Evans,Jack Wright and Pete Robbins among others. In 2007, the band showcased at South by Southwest. Shot Shot's self-titled live debut (High Two, 2006) was heralded in the pages of Downbeat, The Wire, Signal to Noise, All About Jazz-NY, and other publications. The Village Voice and All About Jazz-NY listed the album among the top debuts of 2006. Shot Shot's second album Let Nature Square, their first studio recording, was released by High Two in May 2008.

Spike Hill
184 Bedford Ave
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Bedford L Stop
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