|Bone Structure combines detonated percussive devices, hack-sawed string-stretching, x-tech guitar torque, and basso-technoid tool-usage. The mutant children of Miles Davis' electro-funk tribe meets George Crumb's hobo-zombie 12-tone country blues. Ambient old-age sewage treatment sludge slides down the gaping maw of the godhead groove. Signal drifting orchestra texture over ultra-maniacal drum and bass. With influences as diverse as Muddy Waters, Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman and Karlheinz Stockhausen, Bone Structure brings creative improvisation into a new era.
"Bone Structure reinvents jazz-rock fusion. [This] isn't a nostalgia session; these are intelligent, exhilarating improvs with a cutting edge." - Jon Andrews, Downbeat Magazine
"Given the experience and skills that each player brings to the mix, it’s not surprising that the music is often penetratingly atmospheric. The performances, spontaneous but nonetheless well-crafted, take the receptive listener through strange, often mesmerizing, musical landscapes. Is it jazz? Not in the traditional sense. But it could only have been created by players with jazz sensibilities – players who understand that jazz is at its best when it is constantly open to new definitions." - Don Heckman, Los Angeles Times