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One of Seattle’s best bands… create a rarefied strain of psychedelic, soulful jazz that exists in that cool, sweet zone where the music of Lonnie Liston Smith, Medeski, Martin + Wood, and Spiritualized at their most abstract intersect.

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September 19, 2014, The Stranger

Psychedelic soul-jazz shapeshifters Afrocop… really make this an essential visit.

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April 19, 2014, The Stranger

Seattle trio Afrocop continue to pump out the sonic coolness… a brooding beauty of spectral jazz funk, reinforcing my belief that Afrocop are one of Seattle’s most engrossing and subliminally psychedelic bands.

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October 21, 2013, The Stranger

The Afrocop keyboardist takes us on a journey that feels like the soundtrack to a space explorer’s first steps onto an alien planet.

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April 9, 2013, The Seattle Weekly

They’re local exemplars of the sort of emotionally stirring, eclectically virtuosic modus operandi that Medeski Martin & Wood have taken to festival-sized fame and fortune. Afrocop are approaching that level of mastery.

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March 20, 2013, The Stranger

An excellent mix of nostalgic jamming and futuristic exploration… one of their best qualities as a group is their drive to push their limits as musicians.

February 17, 2013, The Seattle Weekly

These guys… mercurially shift from turbulent post-bop jazz to high-IQ’d funk to deep ambient meditativeness with supreme poise.

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February 4, 2013, The Stranger

‘Soulgazer’ number 1 brings us a psychedelic, dystopian soundtrack for the Midnight hour.

January 28, 2013, KEXP Sonarchy Radio

A Fusion Supreme: Seattle Musicians Wax Ecstatic About Miles Davis’s ‘On the Corner’.

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October 31, 2012, The Stranger

Cherish these suave groove magicians…

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May 26, 2012, The Stranger

In substituting mood for groove, Brass has created a style-defining album.

May 15, 2012, The Seattle Weekly

A loose, expansive strain of funk informed by jazz and post rock… Gospel, Afrobeat, and psychedelia also figure into Afrocop’s open-minded approach.

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March 26, 2012, The Stranger

Surprise is half the fun…

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March 14, 2012, The Seattle Weekly
Close Your Eyes And See // Live Zone
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  3. Entrez // Live At The Stepping Stone
  4. Welcome Intruder // Live Nectar
  5. Black Market Healer // Live Nectar
  6. Sci-Tropics // Live At The Stepping Stone
  7. Beyond That Silver Door // Live Zone
  8. Crawl Out Your Conspiracies // Live At The Stepping Stone
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  10. Cartridge 37 // Live At The Stepping Stone
  11. Solar Power // Live Zone
  12. She Secretly // Live Nectar
  13. Rogue Agent Drift // Live Nectar
  14. Déjà Vu Sketches // Live At The Stepping Stone
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