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Pianist Daniel Tinte delivers cutting-edge jazz on new album
(Published: July 08, 2016)

The avant-garde experimentalism of Daniel Tinte challenges the boundaries of jazz on Tintetizer, his latest album; it pushes its stylistic identity like fusion pioneers such as Herbie Hancock once did. Drawing upon elements of electronica, Argentine folk dance, and rock in its jazz framework, Tinte improvises and tinkers, producing unique and visionary pieces that are never predictable.

Pulsating synthesizers fuel "Gayitoc," their icy rhythms creating a mentally stimulating as well as physically invigorating disco beat. Simply put, there's little to compare this to in contemporary jazz; Tinte is following his own muse, taking him in quirky directions. Classifying the track can be tricky, too, as Tinte stitches together disparate elements. Nevertheless, it never sounds chaotic; Tinte is somehow able to smoothly weave the genre mashing into a cohesive whole.

On "Pianado Indio," Tinte's jamming piano is the nucleus of a whirlpool of swishing keyboards. It's refreshingly different, a bracing reminder that not everything has been done before. The heartbeat opening of "La Polvorilla" evolves into a bed of chiming synthesizers.

For those seeking the cutting edge in jazz, Tintetizer is quite a discovery.

More Information: http://www.danieltinte.com.ar

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