by Textura
Recorded in Chicago on a late June day in 2019, Dustin Laurenzi’s latest quartet album truly does capture a particular time and place. The situation then, after all, was considerably unlike the one we’re in now, and consequently the four musicians in those circumstances could focus on the tenor saxophonist’s new tunes without pandemic-related concerns complicating matters. Laurenzi, by the way, has solidly established himself on his home turf as the leader of his own bands and as a member of others’ outfits, Matt Ulery’s Pollinator and Katie Ernst’s Little Words two of note; he’s also toured with Bon Iver and recently released Snaketime: The Music of Moondog, such projects indicative of Laurenzi’s eclectic range. Read the full review here. 


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