Timothy Lefebvre has been having a busy year of album releases. He started 2016 with David Bowie’s epic final release Blackstar, quickly followed by the excellent Tedeschi Trucks Band album Let Me Get By.
Now he’s venturing into his more experimental territory with the 19 Foot Trio, a group rounded out by guitarist Cameron Morgan and drummer Adam Gust. They’ve just made their recording debut with Into the Cosmos Vol I & Vol II, which they describe as including “trips through varying slices of electronica.”
“[The album] contains 24 tracks of improvisational and structured compositions recorded live in the studio,” the 19 Foot Trio website states. “Covers of King Crimson’s ‘Frame By Frame’, Neil Young’s ‘Tell Me Why’, and Human League’s ‘Don’t You Want Me’ complete the odyssey. Think futuristic soundtrack to a Quentin Tarantino film shot at Burning Man wrapped in a singular sound.”
If you’re wondering what that sounds like, check out this trailer:
Into the Cosmos Vol. I & II is available now for streaming or download from the 19 Foot Trio website. Physical CDs are also available for preorder.
Into the Cosmos Vol. I & II Track List:
- Frame by Frame
- Eastern Spaghetti
- NYC Anthem
- Boogie Man
- Play Defense
- Tell Me Why
- Don’t You Want Me
- Not Goin’ Back
- No Look Pass