The Hub: Trucker

Description: 
Ives vs. Slayer?
Composers: 
Sean Noonan
Tim Dahl
Performers: 
The Hub
Dan Magay
Sean Noonan
Tim Dahl
Catalog Number: 
#579
Genre: 
Jazz
Collection: 
fusion
saxophone
indie
Location: 

Brooklyn, NY

UPC: 
726708657925
Price: 
$15.00
Release Date: 
Nov 12, 2002
Format: 
1 CD
TruckeriTunes Artist's PageiTunes Album Page
Song TitleTimePrice
1.Trucker00:31$0.99
2.Your Welcome01:17$0.99
3.Baby01:44$0.99
4.Tits06:52$0.99
5.Canada04:48$0.99
6.O' Brien03:33$0.99
7.Cash, Ho's, Rides, Kicks05:32$0.99
8.Gypsy04:15$0.99
9.299106:04$0.99
10.Burn It Down05:31$0.99
11.Huge05:17$0.99
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13.Trucker00:31$0.99
14.You're Welcome01:17$0.99
15.Baby01:44$0.99
16.Tits06:52$0.99
17.Canada04:48$0.99
18.O'Brien03:33$0.99
19.Cash, Ho's Rides, Kicks05:32$0.99
20.Gypsy04:15$0.99
21.299106:03$0.99
22.Burn It Down05:31$0.99
23.Huge05:17$0.99

The Hub: Trucker

One Sheet: 

Imagine if Charles Ives sat in on a set with Slayer.  Envision Busta Rhymes trapped in a high-rise elevator with Muzac blaring from the overhead speakers.  Put another way:  THE HUB is a band whose appetite for far flung sounds often defies categorization and whose members play with the conviction and ferocity of men on a mission.  Straight out of the underground music scene in Brooklyn, this avant-garde trio consists of Dan Magay on alto sax, Tim Dahl on electric bass, and Sean Noonan on drums.

With “Trucker” the boys take another existential leap by creating a sonic amalgam of punk, new wave, metal, funk, and freeform jazz improvisation.  So… What is THE HUB?  They’re an irresistible force for progressive music listeners everywhere.

Reviews: 

THE GUARDIAN

Free jazz meets death metal inside the blades of a combine harvester