Tag Archives: Kevin Kastning

KEVIN KASTNING & BALÁZS MAJOR – Kismaros

November 14, 2018

Gteydisc 2018 Strum and rhythm laid bare to build a vision of momentary monumentalism. Given all their improvisational angle, it’s not easy to see spontaneity in Kevin Kastning’s pieces, yet these seven numbers – laid down in a single morning … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING – 17/66

November 3, 2018

Greydisc 2018 Aural experiments as a means to create weird wonders that can’t cease to spellbind. It takes a special state of mind, if not soul, to be mesmerized by Kevin Kastning’s albums. Armed with multi-strings guitars, the American produces … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING & SÁNDOR SZABÓ – Ethereal I

October 19, 2018

Greydisc 2018 Inverted tangibilty as a means for implementing more vigorous ideas: renown many-string unit remap a route to wonder. Their first seven excursions into a twin-guitar weave being purely acoustic affairs, KK and SS may have felt this race … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING & CARL CLEMENTS – Even This Late It Happens

September 14, 2018

Greydisc 2017 Five years and five albums into their collaboration, American minimalists finally fulfill a reverie that’s been tormenting the two in search of realization. There’s a special rapport between the usually lute-minded Kevin Kastning and the reeds-wielding Carl Clements … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING & SÁNDOR SZABÓ – Invocation

June 28, 2018

Greydisc 2017 When deities need no words to hear voices in the wilderness, strings create acoustic hosanna. KK and SS get to know each other more and more with every new record, “Invocation” being their seventh joint effort as a … Continue reading

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