Mathew Jonson and the Agents Of Time
Repeating Pattern, Numbers and Letters EP
Obscura - OBSM008
12” vinyl + digital
29 March 2019
Italian trio Agents Of Time realize a longtime dream with the eighth release on their Obscura label. Mathew Jonson’s singular productions and improvisational performance style has had a huge influence over them since the beginning of their career, so much so that their name Agents Of Time is taken from a 2010, Mathew Jonson album title. Their shared love for jamming and aligned musical visions led to a joint performance in 2017 (Agents Of Time played live with Jonson’s band Cobblestone Jazz) and now it lands on record. The magic happened in Jonson’s spaceship of a studio in Berlin. Press play on opener ‘Repeating Patterns, Numbers and Letters’, which features the infectious vocals of Jonson’s wife Isis, and the spirited vibe of those sessions comes alive. The beats are organic, the melodies warm and colourful. Jonson’s inimitable splashes of funk and the Agents’ fluid basslines continue on the B-side with the kaleidoscopic breakdowns of ‘IG00156’. The digital only, final track ‘Dancing In The Darkness’ is another extended trip through the four artists’ rich world of sound, rounding off this inimitable record with striking musicianship. ‘Repeating Pattern, Numbers and Letters’ is out on March 29. Ahead of the release, Mathew Jonson and Agents Of Time play live together at Rex Club, Paris, on March 8th.
A1: Repeating Patterns, Numbers and Letters feat. Isis
Digital only: Dancing In The Darkness
Italian trio Agents Of Time realize a longtime dream with the eighth release on their Obscura label.
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