Fetch - Moritz von Oswald Trio

Universal acclaim - based on 9 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 9
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 9
  3. Negative: 0 out of 9
  1. Sep 19, 2012
    The finished product is a beautifully fluid fusion of dub, jazz and micro-house zone-outs that continues to exemplify Oswald's two-decade strong aptitude as one of the great masters of repetitive groove theory.
  2. Jul 5, 2012
    The Moritz Von Oswald Trio deliver their most impressive and spatially alluring album to date with Fetch.
  3. Jul 5, 2012
    This borders on sorcery.
  4. Jul 5, 2012
    The music grows in richness with ritual, an evolution from the material scarcity and obscurity of Basic Channel releases.
  5. Oct 11, 2012
    Fetch picks up right where Horizontal Structures left off: von Oswald allowing the group's myriad tones and timbres to bleed out and coagulate.
  6. Aug 2, 2012
    Fetch sinks below the high water level of conscious synapses firing to collapse perceptions of time and warm the sheets of the subconscious. [Aug 2012, p.48]
  7. Jul 19, 2012
    It signals the charged completion of a circuit, the final bridging of a gap between conductors. [Aug 2012, p.91]
  8. Jul 10, 2012
    Last year, the Moritz Von Oswald Trio sounded like they were headed for space. This year, I'd say the mothership has come back home.
  9. Jul 5, 2012
    Part of the album's cunning is owed to the time allotted for disparate strands to develop and take form.
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  1. Sep 9, 2012
    This album reminds me of the most interesting jazz bands participated in our local International jazz festival in Almaty. I am sure that this music would find less followers and fans in our city compare to some other countries with more advanced jazz communities however this album deserves to be listened to at least once if you're not a fan of such a mixture and more - if you are. Full Review »