Bing & Ruth dropped jaws with 2014’s astonishing Tomorrow Was The Golden Age, and now they’re back with another collection of chilling piano-led melancholia entitled No Home of the Mind.
Established in 2006, Bing & Ruth is an ever-evolving collective steered by composer David Moore. A pianist from Kansas and graduate of New York’s school of Jazz and Contemporary Music at the New School, Moore’s work follows in the great tradition of fellow alumni John Cage and Steve Reich, albeit looking past the more studied repetition of the style’s forerunners toward a meditative form built on feeling.
No Home of the Mind is smartly sequenced, compositions either blend into one another naturally or offer a brief silence that is swiftly punctuated by a burst of Moore’s piano.
This latest record sees Moore working as a five-person ensemble (2010's City Lake featured 11 musicians, while Tomorrow Was The Golden Age had seven).
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