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Radio & Podcasts

All New Releases From Ephemeris, Science Friction, Toine Thys Orlando, And More

Read "All New Releases From Ephemeris, Science Friction, Toine Thys Orlando, And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne


All new releases from Ephemeris, Tim Berne Science Friction, Toine Thys Orlando, Dun-Dun Band, Ellie Lee, Håkon Skogstad, Francisco Mela featuring Leo Genovese and William Parker, Dan Weiss, Sam Wilson, and, Paul Dunmall with Paul Rogers and Mark Sanders.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Ephemeris “Gnomon" from Ephemeris (Marsken Records) 00:53 Tim Berne Science Friction “Deadbeat Beyoncè--SciFry" from No Tamales On Wednesday (Screwgun) 18:54 Toine Thys Orlando “El Curandero" from Betterland (Hypnote) 44:42 Dun-Dun Band “No. 20 (Once Raw: The ...

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Album Review

Sunny Five: Candid

Read "Candid" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


With the ever-evolving tapestry of experimental jazz, striking the perfect balance between familiar echoes and trailblazing sounds can be a delicate act. Intakt's latest release, Sunny Five, not only navigates this tightrope with finesse but also performs a dazzling dance across it. This album serves as a vibrant reminder of the joy and spontaneity that lie at the heart of jazz. Delivered by a collection of renowned New York-based musicians, each a master in their own right, the band offers ...

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Album Review

Ivo Perelman: Reed Rapture in Brooklyn

Read "Reed Rapture in Brooklyn" reviewed by Jeff Schwartz


Is this album fundamentally unreviewable? Are there jazz fans who do not immediately know if they need an 11-hour collection of 103 improvised duets between Ivo Perelman and a dozen saxophonists and clarinetists? It is at least describable. Perelman is faithful to his tenor, while his partners bring examples of nearly every type of saxophone, from soprillo to contrabass, as well as most of the clarinet family. Although all tracks are free improvisations, the default mode is ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Tim Berne, Geri Allen, Dave Holland + Solo Works

Read "Tim Berne, Geri Allen, Dave Holland + Solo Works" reviewed by David Brown


This week, let's visit some Tim Berne works as interpreted by soloists, as well as some duets with the man himself. Then, one time Sun Ra bassist Tyler Mitchel presents his Octet featuring alto saxophonist Marshall Allen, followed by some other recordings by Sun Ra Arkestra alumni. The program will continue with a set of solo works from a variety of artists from cellist Okkyung Lee to bassist Luke Stewart to pianist Fats Waller, and much more. Playlist ...

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Radio & Podcasts

More Reed Rapture WIth Tim Berne

Read "More Reed Rapture WIth Tim Berne" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this show the third of twelve looks at Ivo Perelman's massive new set of saxophone duets, this time with Tim Berne. I am also featuring two recent albums from Tim with firstly Matt Mitchell and secondly Gregg Belisle-Chi. In addition I am playing tracks from three great new releases from Lauren Falls, Örjan Hulten Orion and Kerry Politzer.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Ivo Perelman and Tim Berne “Two" from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka Music) 00:53 Tim Berne ...

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Album Review

Ivo Perelman: Reed Rapture in Brooklyn

Read "Reed Rapture in Brooklyn" reviewed by Mark Corroto


"Let's play two," the famous line by the Cubs Hall-of-Fame baseball player Ernie Banks in 1969, uttered when the temperature in Chicago had reached 105 degrees (40.5 celsius) and his teammates were exhausted, might find its analogy with this massive undertaking from saxophonist Ivo Perelman. At eleven hours in length though, the two games Banks cited are not single games, but more like two double-headers here. Like the baseball infielder, Perelman has limitless energy and a never-ending appetite for creativity, ...

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Album Review

Tim Berne & Matt Mitchell: One More Please

Read "One More Please" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


If the word accessible is even a thing in the vast musical vernacular of alto saxophonist Tim Berne and the ever willing collaborator pianist Matt Mitchell, they take full advantage of it on One More Please, their fourth duo date. Berne's music, more akin to an alien abduction than tangible through-lines, has its Gordian knots and philosophical upheavals, but Mitchell, as he has proven since his decade in Berne's slipped-disc ensemble Snakeoil, and on such well received outings ...


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