Contemporary jazz fusion guitarist Hoyt Binder announced the release
date of his upcoming debut album, Hoyt Binder: Prayrie Go Round for
November 6th. This release features Toss Panos on drums, Trevor Lloyd
on violin and Paulo Gustavo on bass. The new album will be distributed
worldwide and available via iTunes, Amazon and other music websites.
Prayrie Go Round consists of ten tracks that explore the boundaries of
contemporary jazz fusion accelerating each band member to new heights.
Together, the band seamlessly weaves in and out of complex key
changes, odd time signatures, and improvisation all the while
maintaining an organic musical journey that captures its audience.
Throughout the album, the listener experiences a cathartic journey
with the same challenges, joy, conflict, and sorrow as the band does
when performing each composition. Each song is a story that both the
artist and audience are participating in, with no barriers in-between.
Toss Panos truly shines on this album; not only does he standout in
his featured drum solos on tracks such as "Hip To Believin'" and the
title track, "Prayrie Go Round," but in his ability to create momentum
and tell a beautiful story through the course of each track, yet still
maintaining his penchant for polyrhythms and all things odd. Paulo
Gustavo, a master of all styles, shows finesse whether he's taking a
solo in "Missing Donnie" or playing fretless on the single, "Leap of
Faith. " Trevor Lloyd contributes unique textures on tracks such as
"Numb Goodbye" and deeply felt solos throughout the album. From the
Panamanian Wounaan Tribe's creation story narrated in "This Is Why" to
finding that one-in-a-million person in "I Found You," to the fervent
prayer in the title track, "Prayrie Go Round," Binder drives home the
album with an insatiable and constant reach for faith, love and
Hoyt Binder is a Los Angeles based guitarist / composer with a passion
for deep music who is inspired by "The Creative." With influences
ranging from 20th century composers to jazz, rock, pop and folk, he is
a big fan of the progressive movement in the late 60′s when "music was
a very spiritual matter." His diversity is evident in recordings with
high profile musicians ranging from Donnie Vie to Toss Panos. His
ability to fuse many styles into one voice creates a signature sound
that is instantly recognizable, whether it be in commercial ventures,
session work, or with his wife—progressive artist Saskia. As Binder
sums it up, "Music represents all that is intangible in life, art at
its purest, a spiritual language that speaks to our primitive core."
To learn more about Hoyt Binder's new release, Prayrie Go Round,
please visit his website.
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