Nomo – Invisible Cities LP

Well, the summer sunshine is finally starting to show its face here in the Midwest, so it seems like a perfect time to preorder some upbeat jazz tunes from one of my favorite groups: Nomo. The new album is called Invisible Cities and it was recorded at the same sessions and on tour for last year’s Ghost Rock album (I also recommend picking that one up if you haven’t). Released on the peerless Ubiquity Records, you really can’t go wrong here. Enter the “EARLYBIRD” coupon code at checkout and get 15% off.

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7 Responses to “Nomo – Invisible Cities LP”

  1. too many butter notes

  2. butter note?

  3. It’s a long explanation involving Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock. Basically, it’s a way of telling someone that they could be doing better, but not really telling them how to do it.

    I dig the clip that was posted for this album, but it just seemed like they could turn a great record into a phenomenal one if they just put a little more j in their jazz.

  4. I think I agree.

  5. They could probably use some more A in their Afro-beat, too. This song certainly isn’t great, its just the first one I found out there floating around in the internets. Definitely heard much better from this group. Poor choice for a promo song, apparently.

  6. “there are no mistakes in life, only happy accidents” -Bob Ross

    it’s a good promo choice; I look forward to hearing more of their stuff

  7. amazing comment, btw. as if mitch and i didn’t have enough obscure jazz terminology to bandy about…

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