Funeral jazz high priests LAST CALL AT NIGHTOWLS unveil debut album ‘Ask The Dust’ in full before its release tomorrow via Subsound Records.

Experimental dark jazz masters LAST CALL AT NIGHTOWLS share their debut album ‘Ask The Dust’ in full exclusively on Everything is Noise, before its release this March 6th via Subsound Records. You won’t hear tenor saxophone the same ever!  

According to Everything Is Noise: « There’s a certain chaos to such a simplistic arrangement of music that makes Ask the Dust really unpredictable and adds more anxiety to it. You never know what is going to crop up next in the mix, like distorted white noise or a sudden vocal sample of a harsh whisper. »

Experience ‘Ask The Dust’ in full HERE

Experimental dark jazz foursome LAST CALL AT NIGHTOWLS mix melancholic saxophone elements to dark progressive soundscapes. As a result, a deep ambient and noir music that could easily be the original soundtrack of a horror movie. Says the band about their debut album ‘Ask The Dust’: « It’s an obscure journey in the middle of the night for men and women, two saxes mark a slow impact, between dream and nightmare chasing the omens of the black owl. »

LAST CALL AT NIGHTOWLS Debut album « Ask The Dust »
Out March 6th on Subsound Records

LAST CALL AT NIGHTOWLS are an International musical collaborative band consisting of maestro Adriano Vincenti from Rome, Italy (Detour Doom Project, Macelleria Mobile di Mezzanotte, Senketsu No Night Club), and rounded out by Melbourne, Australia, multi instrumentalist Terry Vainoras (Vainoras and the Altar of the Drill, Neon Dread), Giovanni Leonardi (Senketsu No Night Club) and Mexican saxophonist Maria Ruvalcaba Uribe. Together they carved out a musical language through file sharing and improvisation that encompasses dark ambient, doom jazz and noir soundscapes within their debut album ‘Ask The Dust’, coming in March 6th via Subsound Records.

Adriano Vincenti – synth, sample, drum programming
Terry Vainoras – main tenor saxophone, voice, guitar, keys and samples
Giovanni Leonardi – bass, mix and production
Maria Ruvalcaba Uribe – tenor saxophone

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