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Issue 3: Group 180: Minimalism behind the Iron Curtain
By Evan Burke
Group 180’s recordings are shockingly fresh, as vibrant and necessary now as they were thirty years ago. Even more so, really; there is an emotional thrust, a crackling energy, that’s as rare today as has ever been in modern classical. Their recordings explode with a hive-mind dynamic, a multi-headed beast whose limbs move in flawless concert, ebbing and flowing with a natural feel more akin to a rock band or a jazz quartet than a classical ensemble. The emotional power of their music is timeless. Continue reading I CARE IF YOU LISTEN MAGAZINE