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Three Cuts in London
  • Artist: Nautilus
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 620673234429
  • Item #: 202852X
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 11/9/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Three Cuts in London on CD

Nautilus brings the concept of live organic break beats to a new level of science. Unleashing relentless inventions of theme and variation in music and sound, Nautilus performs pure, original improvisations every show. With danceable breaks at the core, the influence of Jungle, Jazz, IDM, and everything else under the Sun comes shining through, as the trio will acquiesce to the undulations of the moment. Wandering the inner corridors of the experimental fibers of music since 2003, Nautilus finds a way to keep the vibe strong even in their deepest indulgences. Layering melodies of espionage with dark, sinister bass and driving breaks to weather the storm all the way back to the backbeat. The group is based in Toronto, consisting of a nucleus and it's near orbit collective. Members of this collective include: Kevin Howley, Scott Peterson, Avi Granite, Steve Gotlib, Raoul Koonin Great Bob Scott, Kieran Adams and Kevin Brow. --- 'Three Cuts in London' is the trio's debut album. Eleven tracks spanning a vast array of dynamics and emotions. Instrumental improvisations paint cinematic portraits you can dance to, all recorded in one day and three takes in London Ontario, Canada.