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Take Five with OrgelDuo

Read "Take Five with OrgelDuo" reviewed by Daniel Sommer

About OrgelDuo Armed with drums and a hammond organ, the masterminds Daniel Sommer and Simon Eskildsen want to guide listeners and readers in their new homemade universe. Simon and Daniel are both professional musicians with several critically acclaimed albums behind them. Now they are investigating and developing the Organduo format—a comic book / record ...

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OrgelDuo: Hr & Fru OrgelDuo Travels the World

Read "Hr & Fru OrgelDuo Travels the World" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

The idea of combining jazz with a graphic novel seemed like a onetime-event when saxophonist Wayne Shorter did it with Emanon (Blue Note, 2018). But here comes a project in the same spirit, albeit with a more quirky and humorous touch. Hr & Fru OrgelDuo Travels the World is an invitation into the strange and wonderful ...

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AddisAbabaBand: Alive

Read "Alive" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

One of the best things about the digital age is that music is so easily shared. Music from different worlds is just a click away on platforms where independent artists and labels sell and stream their music. Naturally, this also means that it becomes easier to exchange one musical perspective with another. However, even in these ...

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Morten Haugshøj Group: The Street Doctor

Read "The Street Doctor" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Even though Danish guitarist Morten Haugshøj has been a familiar presence on the jazz scene in Aarhus for a long time, his album The Street Doctor feels like a new a beginning. Perhaps it has something to do with the stylish cover art drawn by illustrator and pianist, Simon Eskildsen, who also plays on the album. ...

Introducing the Simon Eskildsen Trio

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Goru; Fredet Land; Jeep Dirts; Grannystyle; Helle; Blanche; Sterling No. 1.

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Simon Eskildsen Trio: Introducing the Simon Eskildsen Trio

Read "Introducing the Simon Eskildsen Trio" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

The art of the piano trio is very difficult to master and yet very simple. It is all about chemistry. Three players trying to find a language together, traversing a path that has been explored so many times before. Keeping the heavy heritage of the piano trio in mind, including leaders like Bill ...


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