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New Music from Mukul Dongre, Claudio Scolari and Markus Reuter

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New and recent releases from Mumbai drummer Mukul Dongre, Serbian basist Vladamir Samardzic, from Italy The Claudio Scolari Project, German touch guitarist Markus Reuter, and from Brazilian-Portuguese guitarist Bobby Rozario, More from bassist Tom Kennedy, Chick Corea Elektrik Band and Cuban bassist Rafael Paseiro.Playlist Mukul Dongre “Catch Me" from Catch Me (Self Produced) 00:00 Vladamir Samardzic “Remembering Siena" from Catching The Wind (1516237 Records) 06:44 Claudio Scolari Project “Light Through The Mirror" from Light Through The Mirror (Self ...

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Weather Report, Tribal Tech, Nguyen Le and Claudio Scolari Project

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Weather Report and bands they influenced, including Sixun, Tribal Tech, Gary Willis. New and recent releases with Nguyen Le, Claudio Scolari, Donny McCaslin.Playlist Weather Report “Corner Pocket" from Live in London 1983 (Angel Air) 00:00 Sixun “Djou Djou" from Nomads Land (Polygram) 06:51 Tribal Tech “You May Remember Me" from Mysterious Voyages-Tribute To Weather Report (Tone Centre) 13:43 Gary Willis “Emancipation" from Mysterious Voyages-Tribute To Weather Report (Tone Centre) 20:35 Nguyen Le “Baraka" from Silk & sand (ACT ...

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New music from Lo Greco Bros, Bass Extremes, Barry Coates and Claudio Scolari Project

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A reissue from guitarist Chris Poland from 1990, Lo Greco Brothers with Fusion In The City, Bass Extremes, from their upcoming S'Low Down, Barry Coates from his latest New Dreams, Claudio Scolari from Don't Know and Japanese bassist Quagero Imazawa. Playlist Chris Poland “Khazad Dum" from Return To Metalopolis (Combat) 00:00 Lo Greco Brothers “Caribbean Skies" from Fusion In The City (IMA) 06:22 Bass Extremes “Just-In-Time" from S'Low Down (VIX) 12:39 Barry Coates “Retrograde" from New Dreams (Outside ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Fresh New Talent With Lydian Nadhaswaram And Gabriel Seven

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New music from Italian Claudio Scolari, Lydian Nadhaswaram, Carlo Cantini Quartet, bassist Giorgio Panico, Gabriel Severn with Teen Town, Derek Sherinian from  Vortex, ARC Trio & John Daversa Big Band and French progressive band Forgas Band Phenomena. Playlist Claudio Scolari “Cold Water" from Don't Know (Self Produced) 00:00 Lydian Nadhaswaram "Spark Plug “ from Chromatic grammatic (Amly) 06:42 Carlo Cantini Quartet “Unstable Vector “ from Heptagram (Simpaty) 13:27 Giorgio Panico “Chen:The Arousing Thunder" from  I Ching (Dodicliune) 20:09 Teen Town “Modal" from A Month Of Sundays (Self ...

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Radio & Podcasts

New Music From Claudio Scolari And Robert Jukič And Much More

Read "New Music From Claudio Scolari And Robert Jukič And Much More" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this week's show a truly international selection of brand new releases from around the world of jazz with a focus on Claudio Scolari and Robert Jukič. Also featured are Roger Lewis, Lance Conrad, Shiri Zorn & George Muscatello, Jocelyn Gould, Dante Piccinelli, James Gaiters Soul Revival, Thomas Mitrousis, Chris Beyt, Brian Landrus, John Yao's Triceratops, Subconscious Trio and kicking things off with Dana Fitzsimons, Bill Graham, and, Brandon Boone.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Dana Fitzsimons with Bill Graham ...

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Album Review

Claudio Scolari: Synthesis

Read "Synthesis" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


When the personnel credits on an album list more than four times as many instruments as players, it's almost certain that said recording will be an interesting ride; it's also likely be met with pre-listening scepticism by those who question the wisdom, cohesiveness and musicality inherent in we-play-everything outings. The “everything but the kitchen sink" path is fraught with peril, but drummer/percussionist/conceptualist Claudio Scolari has figured out how to make it work, survive and thrive. Scolari and ...

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Album Review

Claudio Scolari: Synthesis

Read "Synthesis" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Synthesis unites two Italian drummers-the leader, Claudio Scolari, an educator whose background is in classical music, and the younger Daniele Cavalca. Both complement many other instruments, including Scolari's son, trumpeter Simone Scolari, for a musical journey that seeks to find new melodic textures. This project continues the work of the trio that began on Colors of Red Island (Principal, 2010), but with new instruments and sounds. All the compositions were written by the two drummers in a ...


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