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The Cellar and Point

The Cellar and Point
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The Cellar and Point is an adventurous 'garage chamber' band, developed and led by childhood friends Joseph Branciforte and Christopher Botta. They had long imagined a fluid synthesis of their wide-ranging interests: the detail of modern concert music, the improvisational sensibilities of downtown jazz and the emotional directness of rock, combined with the production values of hip-hop and electronica.
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The Cellar and Point — Ambit The Cellar and Point — Ambit
(Cuneiform Rune 376, 2014, CD)

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