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Live Review

Skopje Jazz Festival 2022

Read "Skopje Jazz Festival 2022" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Skopje Jazz Festival National Opera and Balette and MKC Skopje, Macedonia October 13-16, 2022 This the Skopje Jazz Festival does extraordinarily well—it gives an accent to music that is forward-looking, challenging, and exciting without looking back in the rear-view mirror. It also provides great support for local artists as they are able to show their skills and output alongside the international names on the bill. During the pandemic, some of them were front and center ...

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Album Review

Rob Mazurek / Exploding Star Orchestra: Dimensional Stardust

Read "Dimensional Stardust" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Composer, multi-instrumentalist, and visual artist Rob Mazurek has made his Exploding Star Orchestra the centerpiece of his larger groups. In this formation, he finds ample room to channel his disparate influences such as Sun Ra and Bill Dixon, and the distinctions he's absorbed as a global citizen. On Dimensional Stardust Mazurek and a dozen collaborators present an energetic, always changeable, genre-less mélange of styles held together by imagination and daring. The imposing Exploding Star Orchestra includes flautist Nicole ...

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In Pictures

Ai Confini tra Sardegna e Jazz 2019

Read "Ai Confini tra Sardegna e Jazz 2019" reviewed by Luciano Rossetti


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Album Review

Rob Mazurek: Psychotropic Electric Eel Dreams IV

Read "Psychotropic Electric Eel Dreams IV" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


On Rob Mazurek's Psychotropic Electric Eel Dreams IV, the multi-instrumentalist, composer and visual artist has woven together esoteric and tangible elements on two extended tracks, with their origins in mysteries of the deep. His frequent objective is to musically capture any number of interactions between humans and nature, the spiritual world, and physical foundations. In that vein, Mazurek has addressed facets of these connections with Marfa Loops Shouts and Hollers (Harmonipan, 2018), the experimental film and composition, The Farnsworth Scores ...

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Album Review

Rob Mazurek: Desert Encrypts Vol. 1

Read "Desert Encrypts Vol. 1" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


It was twenty-five years ago, in 1994, that Rob Mazurek first emerged with Man Facing East (Hep Jazz), a quartet recording solidly positioned in the post/hard bop style. Even in the interpretations of standards, there were clues that the cornetist/composer was a restless soul. In the intervening years, Mazurek has rapidly charted his own dissident destiny as a multi-media artist of uncompromising vision while fronting more than a dozen groups of all shapes and sizes. In his perpetual creativity, Mazurek ...

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