Anyone who has heard intrepid oboist Kyle Bruckmann would not be surprised to hear he recently recorded some tracks with experimental metal act Oxbow. Nor that, in order to make a living he works as an orchestral musician.
Anyone who hasn't heard his own records (including his latest, Intents and Purposes) and is of an adventurous disposition is missing out on an artist who is taking his instrument to truly new and wonderful places.
AAJ contributor James Taylor spoke with Bruckmann recently, and the resulting interview provides plenty of insight into Bruckmann's unencumbered approach to music.
Check out Kyle Bruckmann: Purposeful Discontent at AAJ today!
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