August 07, 2017

Evacuate the Earth: Evacuate the Earth

photo: Artistry of E
BEST OF 2017

Avant-jazz progressive rock trio Evacuate the Earth reach for the stars on their self-titled album, a dystopian sci-fi concept record incorporating such diverse niches as Les Claypool's bass sound, free-form saxophone outbursts, and haunting, Gothic vocals.

The Milwaukee based trio paint a bleak future with this album that sounds a like Philip K. Dick novel set to music. Some undisclosed horrors are announced during The Eyes, followed by far from reassuring announcements in Mayday. When the foes from outerspace gain a foothold, they accompany the ensuing panic and the scrambling to get into a rocket with the 5-part Evacuation Suite.

Evacuate the Earth:
Erin Brophy: saxophone, vocals, percussion
Daniel Kern: bass, theremin
Darrin Wolf: drums, springboard

Evacuate the Earth is a self-released album. Buy it (pay-what-you-want) from their website.

  1. Contact
  2. Interplanetary
  3. Ninth Planet
  4. Arrival
  5. The Eyes
  6. Mayday
  7. March of the Senicons
  8. Evacuation Suite:
    a. Invasion
    b. May I Escape
    c. To the Mothership
    d. Evacuation
    e. Liftoff

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