Tag Archives: Tim Motzer


December 7, 2022

MoonJune 2022 Refusing to retain form but resisting the call of amorphous spirituality, avant-garde triumvirate seep and seed their sonics in different dimensions. Even though neither fierceness nor fearsomeness has ever seemed to enter these individuals’ intellectual vocabulary, the very … Continue reading

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Tim Motzer Presents A Duplet Of Concert Albums

September 11, 2022

Living in a city whose very history suggests liberty, Philadelphian Tim Motzer has been at the forefront of truly progressive, always moving forward and frequently avant-garde, art-rock for a decade now, both solo and as part of such collectives as … Continue reading

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November 15, 2020

MoonJune 2020 When constants are illusory, consistency can be achieved through molding concept on the fly. It would have been unnatural if Markus Reuter and Tim Motzer didn’t gravitate towards each other at one point, and they did – first … Continue reading

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ORION TANGO – The Apple Of No

July 21, 2017

1k 2017 Eating away at the negative, Philadelphian group find their aural paradise and take it to the fusion line. It’s not a fidget spinner on the cover of this album but a titular fruit, although listening to the American … Continue reading

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ECHOTEST – From Two Balconies

June 13, 2017

EchoTest 2017 Romantic resonance and tribal turbulence from a bassist limbo. Even though Julie Slick is no Shakespearean Juliet and Marco Machera isn’t Mercutio, there’s enough emotional tumult about their collaboration – and enough delicious sugarcoating of it on their … Continue reading

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