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Massimo Discepoli/Daniel Barbiero: An Eclipse Of Images

Read "An Eclipse Of Images" reviewed by Mark Corroto

For the jazz listener, operating outside the canon can be a daunting experience. Once you dig 4/4 time, syncopation, swing, cool jazz and hard bop, it is difficult to appreciate other genres. Pop is formulaic and overproduced, and classical, too rigid. Electronics, fahgettaboudit. Machines cannot replace the human capability for improvisation. True, but what if there ...

Nheap: Flying And The Silence

Read "Flying And The Silence" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Nheap is the nom de musique of Assisi-based composer and multi-instrumentalist Massimo Discepoli. More specifically, it's the title under which he records and releases his own experimental, jazz-influenced compositions (he records his more electronic, club-oriented, music as Nheap XP). Flying And The Silence is the fifth album under the Nheap name since Discepoli started the project ...

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Nheap: Clouds Under The Table

Read "Clouds Under The Table" reviewed by Lawrence Peryer

Nheap is the nom de guerre of Italian drummer/composer Massimo Discepoli. The projects he puts out as Nheap are ethereal, mostly mellow electronic excursions accompanied by his own live acoustic drum work. Clouds Under The Table marks his third collection as Nheap.

“Ambient" might begin to describe this music, but the presence of ...