BULLETIN

  • NEW release by Dialectical Imagination:The Angel and the Brute Sing Songs of Wrath. A companion to their previous release (The Angel and the Brute Sing Songs of Rapture), this new album is available on a faux audio cassette tape style USB flash drive. Treat YOURSELF and support the ARTISTS!
  • Order HERE or at BANDCAMP
  • Listen to a track from the album HERE
  • New reviews of the album by S. Victor Aaron at Something ELSE! and Karl Ackermann at All About Jazz
  • New video posted from Dialectical Imagination's 2016 Northwest Tour! Watch it HERE

NEW RELEASES

DIALECTICAL IMAGINATION

The Angel and the Brute Sing Songs of Wrath

Audio Cassette Style USB Flash Drive

Atma Nadi (AN-2)

"High-energy improvisations that mix classical precision with free-jazz-like abandon."

         - Craig (Wedge Radio)              

"The music is top notch and expertly executed, ...there is an inherent flow to this."

         - Jeff Klukowski (DaDaEntry23)

"Two albums along, Dialectical Imagination shows increasingly boundless potential with their forward moving creations."

         - Karl Ackermann (All About Jazz)

"Not knowing what’s up just ahead can be treacherous for some, but these two thrive on it. ... Informed by facility and guided by emotion, Dialectical Imagination continues to do things their way with 'The Angel and the Brute Sing Songs of Wrath.'"

         - S. Victor Aaron (SomethingELSE!)

DIALECTICAL IMAGINATION

The Angel and the Brute Sing Songs of Rapture

Audio Cassette Style USB Flash Drive

Atma Nadi (AN-1)

"The music that Dialectical Imagination play . . . heeds to some invisible, intuitive force that guides them through tonality and dissonance, barren and overflowing."

         - S. Victor Aaron (SomethingELSE!)

"The Angel and the Brute Sing Songs of Rapture presents musical enigmas to be sure, but it reliably spikes with energy and intelligence that cannot be overlooked."

         - Karl Ackermann (All About Jazz)

"... it gushes lushly in one moment, then screams with adrenaline-rush urgency."

         - Craig (Wedge Radio)

"... six free flowing improvisations that mix melody with majesty and mayhem."

         - George W. Harris (Jazz Weekly)

"Despite its undeniable aggression, deeply-rooted musical elements are always present, creating a certain paradoxical beauty that emerges from the turmoil."

         - Troy Dostert (All About Jazz)