Irving Klaw Trio
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Irving Klaw Trio , 6/10
Utek Pahtoo Mogoi , 6.5/10
Jeff Fuccillo: Disturbed Strings (2004), 6/10
Hochenkeit: I Love You (1999), 6/10
Hochenkeit: Omu4h 4aholab/400 Boys (2000), 6/10

The Irving Klaw Trio is a quartet (Andrew Price and Jeff Fuccillo on guitars, Jason Funk on drums and a saxophonist) from Portland (Oregon) that plays improvised punk-jazz in the glorious tradition of Saccharine Trust, Universal Congress, Alter Natives, with spices of dementia taken from Red Crayola and Captain Beefheart, and, more recently, Sun City Girls and Bugskull.

Debut album Irving Klaw Trio (Silly Bird, 1996) was a merry-go-round of spastic playing and indifferent harmonies (Stoned Carver).

Utek Pahtoo Mogoi (Road Cone, 1997) was a more serious affair, suddenly echoing Miles Davis, Frank Zappa and Can while attaining ethnic credibility and redeeming the dogmas of song structure (Jizzo The Clown).

The Irving Klaw Trio (Jeff Fuccillo, Jason Funk, Ryan Poulos) into Hochenkeit (Fuccillo, Funk, Matthew Arnold, John Vasallo, Josh Hanson), a more abstract and less jazzy outfit that concocted the psychedelic/electronic world-music cauldrons I Love You (Road Cone, 1999) and Omu4h 4aholab/400 Boys (2000), inspired by Can and Faust. Hochenkeit

Jeff Fuccillo's solo album Disturbed Strings (Roaratorio, 2004) is improvised music for guitar with a background of found sounds provided by John Fahey in person.

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