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Album Review

Donny McCaslin: I Want More

Read "I Want More" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Donny McCaslin's album, I Want More, is a captivating and boundary-breaking release which highlights the saxophonist composer's innovative musical approach. Building on his previous collaborations and experiences, McCaslin ventures into uncharted territory by seamlessly fusing elements of electronica, post-rock, jazz, and improv. The result is a genre-defying sound which pushes the boundaries, and showcases McCaslin's prowess in creating a dynamic and studio-driven sonic experience. Drawing inspiration from contemporary electronic music, this album introduces new listeners to the captivating world of ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Mark Guiliana, Chet Baker, Rachel Eckroth, Dorian & Nayanna Holley & More

Read "Mark Guiliana, Chet Baker, Rachel Eckroth, Dorian & Nayanna Holley & More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


A special focus on the deep, eclectic and exciting LA scene in this hour of Mondo Jazz, which then concludes with an unearthed gem by Chet Baker from the late '70s.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Mark Guiliana “Carbon Dating App" Mischief--EP (Edition) 0:16 Host talks 6:29 Mark Guiliana “our essential nature" the sound of listening (Edition) 7:25 Host talks 14:29 Jeff Babko, Tim Lefebvre, Mark Guiliana “The ...

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Album Review

Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet: The Sound Of Listening

Read "The Sound Of Listening" reviewed by Chris May


There is something tantalisingly out of reach on the Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet's The Sound Of Listening. It is not “difficult" music, but it is cryptic. After multiple replays the code remains unbroken. It seems something important is going on but... what exactly? It is rather like encountering Guiliana's fellow New Yorker, tenor saxophonist Oded Tzur for the first time. The music is not alien, but there is something deeply different about it. Coincidentally, Guiliana's pianist on ...

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Album Review

Mark Guiliana: Music for Doing

Read "Music for Doing" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


With an album title like Music for Doing, drummer Mark Guiliana makes his aim clear. Few artists are as adept at fusing electronic music's warmth with intricate and propulsive rhythms propelled by intricacies of jazz improvisations as Guiliana. And he is really doing it. His music boundaries are infinitely elastic. Guiliana is a multifaceted artist who traverses many different music areas with his own bands or those led by others. This variety is evident on his own albums such as ...

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Album Review

Avishai Cohen: Two Roses

Read "Two Roses" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Avishai Cohen dreamed big, with images of symphony orchestras dancing in his head. The Israeli-born bassist maneuvered that dream into a reality with Two Roses, a recording that finds Cohen in the company of the ninety-two piece Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, in addition to his jazz cohorts, Azerbaijani pianist Elchin Shirinov and New Jersey born and bred drummer Mark Guiliana. Eleven of the tunes presented here, in this lush landscape, come from Cohen's pen. The title piece is a ...

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Album Review

Gretchen Parlato: Flor

Read "Flor" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Dopo un'assenza di sei anni dedicati alla maternità, Gretchen Parlato torna con un album magistrale per l'equilibrio che esprime tra ricercatezza, lirismo e intatta spinta a riformulare creativamente i brani. A capo di un nuovo organico--arricchito da Gerald Clayton al piano e tastiere, Mark Guiliana alla batteria e Airto Moreira alle percussioni e voce, in veste di ospiti--la cantante losangelina conferma in Flor la sua collocazione d'interprete assolutamente personale, che non può “temere" nulla dall'ingresso in scena delle splendide vocalist ...


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