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Vitor Pereira Quintet: Jung

Read "Jung" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Vitor Pereira is a guitarist from Portugal who is currently part of the London jazz scene. He has released four albums with his quintet, the latest inspired by the teachings of psychiatrist Carl Jung. The track titles on the album all come from Jung's terminology but no knowledge of his theories is required to enjoy the subtle energy of this rock- flavored jazz set. In this group, Pereira's guitar often acts as a nimble middle layer between the ...

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Vitor Pereira: Electric Chamber

Read "Electric Chamber" reviewed by Chris May

Vitor Pereira is a Portugese guitarist and composer who moved to London in 2004. He was subsequently associated with the city's F-IRE collective and label, which in 2011 released his debut album, Doors, made with a quintet. Pereira's fourth quintet album, Jung, was recorded in April 2021 and is due for release in early October 2022. More about it in a moment. Also recorded in April 2021, and due for release alongside Jung, is the debut EP ...

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Alina Bzhezhinska & HipHarpCollective: Reflections

Read "Reflections" reviewed by Chris May

In an inspired piece of programming, London's Barbican Centre presented the then virtually unknown harpist Alina Bzhezhinska and her quartet as one of the support bands on its November 18, 2017 one-nighter A Concert for Alice and John, a show headlined by Pharoah Sanders. It would be an exaggeration to say Bzhezhinska stole the show (see “Pharoah Sanders" above), but she was sensational, offering up fresh readings of Alice Coltrane tunes and a few originals, accompanied by Tony Kofi on ...

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Julian Costello Quartet: Connections: without borders

Read "Connections: without borders" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Three years after its debut release, Transitions (33 Jazz), the Julian Costello Quartet returns with Connections: without borders. The debut was recorded in Italy, but for the follow-up the London-based band decamped to Norway, to record nine of leader and saxophonist Costello's compositions at Blueberry Fields studios in Heggedal. The tunes are indeed connected, reflecting how people are connected to places through music and how music transcends borders, as Costello notes on the album sleeve. There's one change ...

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Recordings: As Leader | As Sideperson


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Electric Chamber

Self Produced



BBE Records


Somewhere in the...

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