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Wasteland Jazz Ensemble: S/T

Read "S/T" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Some releases should come with a warning label. We are not talking about Tipper Gore (remember her?) Parents' Music Resource Center (PMRC) stickers warning of the dangers of ”Raising PG Kids in an X-Rated Society" of the late 1980s. No, the alert that should be attached to S/T by the Wasteland Jazz Ensemble might read something like “secure all sharp objects and nail down anything that could be blown away." Similar to preparing for a category 4 hurricane, there is ...

Album Review

Edward Ricart, Tim Daisy: Yiu Ja Ley

Read "Yiu Ja Ley" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala


Registrato a Chicago nel 2011, questo intenso lavoro che coinvolge le chitarre di Edward Ricart e la batteria di Tim Daisy viene pubblicato ora dall'etichetta di New Atlantis Collective, un gruppo di musicisti impegnato come laboratorio creativo, fondato e animato dallo stesso Ricart. A dire il vero, in questo caso è improprio parlare di duo, in quanto l'aggiunta attraverso l'elettronica di voci supplementari, come spesso accade per i ruvidi ostinati di basso e per altre elaborazioni, permette la creazione di ...

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Edward Ricart Quartet + Paul Dunmall: Chamaeleon

Read "Chamaeleon" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Guitarist Edward Ricart has studied in Europe and aligned with a multinational roster of experimental jazz artists amid his adventurous work in the free-rock duo, Matta Gawa and avant-garde, and Sonic Suicide band. Based in Washington D.C., the artist reaps the benefits of UK tenor sax titan Paul Dunmall and world-traveler, trumpeter Herb Robertson for this ensemble date, comprised of instantaneous compositions. The band projects an open-world scenario, where experimental jazz improvisation and psycho-rock are embedded within introspective ...

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Edward Ricart Quartet + Paul Dunmall: Chamaeleon

Read "Chamaeleon" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The sophomore album of guitarist Edward Ricart's powerful quartet (after Ancón, Slam, 2011), now augmented with legendary British saxophonist Paul Dunmall, is a masterful demonstration of free jazz mixed with inspirations from alternative, avant-rock outfits. Ricart, whose list of collaborations covers an impressive spectrum, ranging from hardcore punk band Black Flag and Japanese noise master Merzbow to iconic free jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann and trumpeter Roy Campbell. Accordingly, Ricart guitar lines encompass elements from the brutal ...


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