Stretching the divide between jam and jazz, Near Earth Objects specialize in big grooves with a small ensemble mentality. On Manual For Self-Hypnosis, the trio builds off the sound that they established on their EP, but they will be the first to tell you that their sound is changing.
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Near Earth Objects–a relatively new jazz/funk trio with members from Good Dog, Heavy Rotations, and Carbon Leaf–is playing twice this weekend. Check the RVAjazz interview from October 2008 and see them yourself. Friday, April 24 Near Earth ObjectsCaught in the Rift opens, 9:45 – 11:15 Cary St. Cafe2631 W. Cary St.Richmond, VA 23220(804) 353-7445 9:30/$521+ […]
by Dean Christesenphotos by Lindsey Prather Upon arriving in Richmond in Summer 2001, bassist Nathan Goodwyn quickly made his move into the city’s live music scene. Seeing groups like Devil’s Workshop every Monday at Bogart’s and Modern Groove Syndicate every Wednesday at Alley Katz acquainted him with some of Richmond’s finest musicians and got the […]