The self-titled debut release from The Limited Sense is a sprawling and endearing piece of classical jazz improvisation compositions that oscillate and move between moments of lounge and more upbeat sprawlingly intricate moments. The three piece outfit from Armenia met in Salzburg and have played countless gigs numbering in triple digits. On their self-titled debut, they allow each member to shine at different pieces, showcasing the talent behind the subtlety of the drumming, the dexterous key work, intricate strings, and pulsating jazz bass bounce.
Consistently engaging, the record is a recorded piece of jazz improv that places on your palette ever changing moods and melodies that never fail to evoke something different while being consistent in the core lounge ethos that the group finds its strength and direction in. There’s a level of comfort in the quality that allows you to just flow and find yourself immersed in their sound. It’s calming and cool, a kind of peaceful and immersive composition quality that while never being overwhelming, is consistently focused and quality driven.
For jazz aficionados, there’s no doubt that the dexterous skill on display from each member of this group is enough to keep you engrossed. But it’s in the innovation of each track that they’re able to find fans outside of that demographic.