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Soundscape Orchestra: Nexus

Read "Nexus" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

The big city is a place of wonder and estrangement. It has its own pulse and sound. Individuals disappear into crowds, and yet the city is also the scene of individual freedom, a potential theatre of endless roles and masks which are carried with conviction as people move through a technological landscape that seems to change ...

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Beat Funktion: Green Man

Read "Green Man" reviewed by Jim Olin

Swedish group Beat Funktion could be described as a band, but they strike me as something even deeper than that: a musical collective with an extremely broad approach and a really keen ear for making complex arrangements sound accessible and catchy. The songs on Green Man blur the lines between funk, blues, jazz, and fusion, going ...

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Stockholm Jazz Orchestra: Today

Read "Today" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Before proceeding, three cheers and a hearty round of applause are in order, as Today, the fifteenth album recorded by the impressive Stockholm Jazz Orchestra, helps mark the thirtieth anniversary of one of Scandinavia's most celebrated big bands. This truly is an ensemble with no discernible weaknesses: sharp soloists in almost every chair, a remarkable adeptness ...

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Beat Funktion: Olympus

Read "Olympus" reviewed by Geannine Reid

The seventies brought many things: bell-bottoms, Lee Majors, Farrah Fawcett, Disco, Nixon and Carter, The Godfather, the Ramones; Billie Jean King and Phyllis Schlafly to NOW and the ERA; from the Energy Crisis to Roe v. Wade. The Seventies is an incisively provocative and commonly misunderstood era. Is it an eminently forgettable period in our American ...

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Daniel Lantz Trio: Plays Bond

Read "Plays Bond" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

James Bond has a taste for the finer things in life; Aston Martin automobiles, Tom Ford suits, Omega Seamaster timepieces and mysteriously beautiful company from the fairer sex are just a few things that Bond bonds with these days, but jazz, sadly, doesn't make the list. While Monty Norman's famed “James Bond Theme" certainly paints a ...


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