The improvisational post-rock trio Directions in Music comprised bassist Bundy K. Brown (an alumnus of Gastr del Sol and Tortoise), drummer Doug Scharin (also of H.I.M., Rex and June of ‘44) and guitarist James Warden (a member of 40k). Their self-titled debut album, documenting a three-day session recorded at Chicago’s Idful Studios during the spring of 1996, appeared on Thrill Jockey later that year; a single, “Echoes,” followed on Soul Static Sound in 1997.

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