Is it possible to make music that explores the potential of the digital age without losing the tones and textures of more traditional music making? Can someone sound like they are making great sonic leaps forward without leaving time to tip their hat to the influences of the past? Do ambiance and energy, grandure and grace, muscle and melody belong not only on the same album but in the same song, perhaps even in the same, brief…

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