Aquiles Navarro, Tcheser Holmes share new duo album

‘Heritage of the Invisible II’ is out now.

Aquiles Navarro and Tcheser Holmes—members of the free jazz collective Irreversible Entanglements—have released their new album, Heritage of the Invisible II, which explores their Afro-Caribbean roots.

The trumpet-and-percussion-duo have performed together as a duo since 2014; in fact, the formation of Irreversible Entanglements stemmed from a 2015 gig they played alongside the trio of to-be-bandmates Moor Mother, Keir Neuringer and Luke Stewart. The five-piece have released two studio albums as Irreversible Entanglements, the most recent being March’s Who Sent You?.

Navarro and Holmes decided to record new music as a duo in fall last year, roping in Philadelphia composer/electronic artist Madam Data, who mixed the album and supplied a remix to close out the tracklist. In September, they announced the record with “Pueblo,” which they described as a “celebration of life, the coming together of people, el pueblo.”


Now, you can stream Heritage of the Invisible II in its entirety here:

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