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The Quadratic Contingency - Band Review

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by Tina Walsh (subscribe)
A thirty-something music appreciator with a passion for blues, funk, reggae, jazz and soul. I love uncovering new acts and CDs to buy at live gigs. Follow me on twitter @tinajwalsh
Published November 7th 2012
Q is for The Quadratic Contingency
This four-piece jazz band are a delight to enjoy. I saw them play at the Brisbane Powerhouse recently, as part of the Turbine Jazz series.

The Quadratic Contingency at the Turbine Platform, October 2012

With their band leader, Paul Young, also playing drums, he is joined on stage by three amazing musicians playing keys, upright bass, clarinet. The room stayed mostly quiet, which was lovely to enjoy a dramatic jazz performance. The instruments blended well with each other and there was some enjoyable improvisation moments as well as more structured tunes. I especially enjoyed the upright bass solo, pictured below.

Upright bass solo, Sam Vincent performs in The Quadratic Contingency at the Turbine Platform, October 2012

With regular performances in Brisbane, including the Brisbane Jazz Club, you can like them on Facebook here and check out their website here.
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