More sculptural than musical,
more conceptual than actual.
It's the Rolling Stones and Stormy Monday,
it's Hot Gossip and the Bad Seeds,
It's Blue Note and the Yellow House, the Blau Reiter and Black Sabbath.
It's Cold Chisel and the Stone Roses, Pink Floyd, the White Stripes, Bad Religion and the Dirty Three.
It's Adjective Noun, the free improvising quartet born from a decade of the event known as Free For All. So free that the quartet may have two or four or six members, and may even include the audience. So free that the only rule is that there must not be any rules. A performance directed by an open ritual, developed over years of rehearsals in collaboration with hundreds of musicians and onlookers, refined to create a jazz music unrestricted by the rules of jazz...