Posts tagged "The Necks"

The Necks’ Cloud-Jazz, Gabriel Soloman’s War Drones, & 15 More Avant-LPs in Concrète Jungle

The Necks, Open (Northern Spy)The most beautiful album of the year isn’t by Bill Callahan or Haim or Boards of Canada or Susan Boyle, but…
By: Christopher R. Weingarten / November 19, 2013

The Necks Bend Space and Time With the Ambient-Jazz Triumph ‘Open’

After nearly a quarter-century of activity and more than a dozen albums, Australian jazz-minimalism-trance-jam trio the Necks toured the United States for the first time…
By: Grayson Currin / October 30, 2013

Stream the Necks’ ‘Open’: One 68-Minute Track of Transcendent Ambient Jazz

Australian slowpoke-jazz cult heroes the Necks have been creating mesmerizing, slowly unraveling improv for 25 years, but have enjoyed a recent revival thanks to some…
By: Christopher R. Weingarten / October 22, 2013