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Tingvall Trio: Birds

Read "Birds" reviewed by Neil Duggan

There seems to be a strong desire to place music into a defined category: swamp blues, emo rap, indie-folk etc. Sometimes this can be useful, but occasionally an artist comes along who can blur those boundaries and be successful in many areas. One example would be Ludovico Einaudi, who has opened up classical music to many, but struggles to find total acceptance within the classical music world, despite, at the time of writing, having over a million downloads a day. ...

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Triosence: Hidden Beauty

Read "Hidden Beauty" reviewed by David Bruggink

Triosence may not yet be a household name among jazz aficionados in the United States, but since the turn of the millennium, they have become a fixture of the German jazz scene. In addition to performing internationally, they take a distinctly cosmopolitan approach to their sound. Past albums have shown the trio intermingling aromas of Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East, and Hidden Beauty is no different in that respect. However, its compositions are the group's most taut and ...


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