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ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Troy Dostert's Best Releases of 2017

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Looking over the vast quantity of fine music released in 2017, it is reassuring to know that even in these troubled times, the spirit of creativity and endurance that jazz has always embodied continues to hold strong, especially as the music continually finds new forms of expression that move beyond stylistic boundaries. It was a particularly ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Trespass Trio: The Spirit Of Piteşti

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Swedish reedman Martin Küchen ploughs a rich variety of furrows, from explorative improvised summits to his rambunctious Angles aggregations, but one of the most enduring has been his Trespass Trio. On The Spirit Of Pitești, the fourth entry in the band's discography, he is joined by the same crew there since the inception, bassist Per Zanussi ...

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Eyal Hareuveni's Best Releases of 2012

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A list of some of the new releases that enriched life in 2012. In no particular order...

Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet

Walk, Love, Sleep

Smalltown Superjazz

A long time ago I lost count of how many albums I have by Peter Brötzmann. Or how many I still want ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Trespass Trio: "...was there to illuminate the night sky..."

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Il sassofonista svedese Martin Küchen non è artista che si presti a facili compromessi: sia che soffi come un dannato in qualche quartetto free, sia che esplori le più silenti extended techniques, la sua musica è mossa da una sorta di irrefrenabile necessità del dire, del muovere l'aria, del destare l'ascoltatore da uno stato di passiva ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Trespass Trio: "...was there to illuminate the night sky..."

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In the album notes to Trespass Trio's “...was there to illuminate the night sky...", saxophonist Martin Kÿchen provides a colorful yet somewhat fragmented essay, regarding the evisceration of society, partly tied into the Iraq war and the everlasting Israel-Palestine conflict. He sets the stage for a life force panorama, iterated through the power of music that ...