Aw, pride :)

 
“But the action lay at the back of the stage. There was the drummer Jim Black, whose abrupt rhythms and dry cymbals holler 1998, and the extraordinary bassist Trevor Dunn. Mr. Dunn is the group’s anomaly. He’s about the same age as the rest of the band — early 40s — but arrived in New York later, after playing in the West Coast experimental rock bands Mr. Bungle and Fantomas. As the rest of the band felt light and volatile, playing hide-and-seek with harmony and rhythm, Mr. Dunn’s bass sound remained broad and deep and strong. He gave it sense and purpose. You were wondering where a rock aesthetic has improved jazz rather than compromising it? Here.”
 
 
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