Snarky Puppy & Metropole Orkest: Sylva

Snarky Puppy & Metropole Orkest: Sylva

By Natasha Gatian

On their collaboration with the Metropole Orkest, Snarky Puppy takes us on a journey, visiting a century of American music in a few seconds without ever stopping for air. 26 May 2015 // 2:30 AM

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After two songs my friends walked out. They found the music 'inaccessible', though that isn't the word they used.

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19 Apr 2005 // 12:00 AM

makes its home.

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19 Apr 2005 // 12:00 AM

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The images photographs and likenesses obtained from tonight's performance will be recorded. Posterity? Well, this is history, right?

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One could say that John Tolley possesses a prevalent characteristic of modern times -- the preoccupation with celebrity, especially those notorious for their exploits.

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