|13 Aug 2017||Bachelor of Music Staff Release New Album|
Tripataka is releasing the band’s debut album, “Yakiya”. Recorded on the Tall Poppies label, the album captures a blend of original compositions that capture the endless inspiration the band members derive from the music of North and South India, Bali, Brazil, Cuba and many other musics from around the world. Trained in these intercultural forms as well as jazz and European classical music, the breadth of the band members’ combined experience and instrumental resources far surpasses that of a typical contemporary jazz trio.
Tripataka was formed in 2013, and consists of three lecturers in the Bachelor of Music at Melbourne Polytechnic:
"There may be only three musicians on this recording, but their combined sound is as powerful and expressive as a great big band. Polymetric drum grooves full of deep funky soul; electric bass lines that float like butterflies and sting like bees; trombone melodies singing, soaring, and diving — Tripataka’s ensemble sound is astringent, tough, and uncompromising — yet the loose authenticity of folk tradition saturates even the most complex pieces. Composition and improvisation interweave seamlessly, and the total effect is exhilarating — watch the movie inside your head while you listen, because the cinematography is terrific.” Warren Senders, Boston, USA, 2017.
Visit http://tripataka.net/ for more on the band and their music.When: Sunday August 13, 8pm
Location: 27 Leslie St, Brunswick
|20 Aug 2017||Melbourne Polytechnic Open Day|
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Melbourne Polytechnic Open Day 2017
Sunday 20 August 2017
Location: Preston Campus