American trumpeter and trumpet innovator Nate Wooley has worked closely with legendary drummer and one of the fathers of European improvised music Paul Lytton for many years. Two great improvisers representing two different generations of creative artists.
Now their studio recording is released for the first time. How can you create a musical space, how can you broaden the language of improvisation, how can you assimilate all sounds and make them into a separate, exciting musical language? Finally, how to create a space where there is room for sublime musical sensibilities to sound like one organism without losing any of its autonomous originality?
These questions are answered on the album „Known / Unknown” released by the Listen! Foundation!