Concussion Ensemble

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Concussion Ensemble
OriginBoston, Massachusetts, United States
GenresMath rock, post-rock
Years active1992–1994
LabelsConc
Past membersMike Brown
Rich Cortese
Larry Dersch
Terry Donahue
Rich Gilbert
Brian Gillespie
Ken Winokur

Concussion Ensemble were an American post-rock group formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1992. It consisted of three drummers, one percussionist (playing bedpan, horseshoe, pipes and other found objects), two guitarists and a bass player. Their music was completely instrumental and placed a strong emphasis on rhythm.[1] The ensemble was short lived, only releasing a single and one full-length album. Other material was recorded but never officially issued.[2] Most of the band members went on to form Coronet Premiers, another instrumental project which lessened their focus on percussion.[3] Since 1990, percussionists Terry Donahue and Ken Winokur have formed two-thirds of the group Alloy Orchestra.

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Studio albums

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Bonni, Joe (1993). "Concussion Ensemble". The Pit Report. Retrieved April 25, 2013.
  2. ^ Dzenitis, John. "Interview with Concussion Ensemble". Voo Doo. Retrieved April 25, 2013.
  3. ^ Buckley, Paul. "Stop! Look! Listen and Vibrate to the sounds of The Coronet Premiers". Lunch Records. Archived from the original on October 12, 2002. Retrieved April 25, 2013.