Premiere: Hear a New Cut from Kait Dunton’s ‘trioKAIT 2’

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On her upcoming album, Kait Dunton makes use of a variety of keyboards and effects.

(Photo: Peter Figen)

Onetime Snarky Puppy member, Kait Dunton is set to issue trioKAIT 2 on May 11 through Real & Imagined Music.

The pianist and composer is joined in her trio by electric bassist Cooper Appelt and drummer Jake Reed. And on “OCD,” a track off the upcoming album, Dunton and her troupe explore some confluence of the classic piano trio, and space-aged funk and fusion.

The recording serves as a follow-up to the bandleader’s 2016 trioKait Casual, an album-length investigation of songs by No Doubt, John Coltrane, Erroll Garner and others, that found Dunton focused on acoustic piano.

For more information about Dunton and trioKAIT 2, visit her homepage. DB



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