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Dream Disobedience

Elisabeth Harnik / Michael Zerang
Reviewed by John Sharpe
May 10, 2021
2

Hokusai

Sabu Toyozumi / Mats Gustafsson
Reviewed by John Sharpe
May 9, 2021
5

The Bright Awakening

Paul Dunmall - Matthew Shipp - Joe Morris - Gerald Cleaver
Reviewed by John Sharpe
May 8, 2021
6

Live at FarOut, Atsugi 1987

Derek Bailey / Mototeru Takagi
Reviewed by John Sharpe
May 4, 2021
5

Combinations

Tomeka Reid - Joe Morris
Reviewed by John Sharpe
May 3, 2021
4

The Ritual and the Dance

Roscoe Mitchell & Mike Reed
Reviewed by John Sharpe
April 24, 2021
5

Nox

Nate Wooley / Liudas Mockunas / Barry Guy / Arkadijus Gotesmanas
Reviewed by John Sharpe
April 18, 2021
6

Sun Beans Of Shimmering Light

Wadada Leo Smith / Douglas Ewart / Mike Reed
Reviewed by John Sharpe
April 16, 2021
6

Braids

Sam Rivers
Reviewed by John Sharpe
April 15, 2021
3

Flatbosc & Cautery

Frank Gratkowski, Achim Kaufmann, Wilbert de Joode, Tony Buck
Reviewed by John Sharpe
April 11, 2021
7

The Purity of Desire

Ivo Perelman
Reviewed by John Sharpe
April 8, 2021
5

Suite 10 Years Anniversary

RED Trio & Celebration Band
Reviewed by John Sharpe
April 6, 2021
4

Dyads

Michael and Peter Formanek
Reviewed by John Sharpe
March 31, 2021
3

Palindromes

Paul Dunmall, Percy Pursglove, Olie Brice, Jeff Williams
Reviewed by John Sharpe
March 30, 2021
6

LOI

Raf Vertessen Quartet
Reviewed by John Sharpe
March 29, 2021
7

Beyond

Satoko Fujii / Taiko Saito
Reviewed by John Sharpe
March 28, 2021
4

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