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Purple Dark Opal

Label: Aerophonic Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: To The Quick.

Znachki Stilyag

Label: Aerophonic Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Fuck The Money Changers; Hotel Mary Poppins; Old Worms.

Codes/Myths

Label: Aerophonic Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: (CD1) Patterns In The Distance; Glitch; (CD2) Air In Between; Aletheia.

Purple Dark Opal

Label: Aerophonic Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: To The Quick.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ballister: Znachki Stilyag

Read "Znachki Stilyag" reviewed by John Sharpe

Although the title, composed of two unrelated Russian words chosen because they sounded good, doesn't have a meaning, the contents not only sound good but carry rather more weight. The high intensity free jazz trio Ballister comprises reedman Dave Rempis, cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm and drummer Paal Nilssen-Love, three of the finest proponents on their instruments in ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rempis/Rosaly Duo: Codes/Myths

Read "Codes/Myths" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The reprise of the Rempis/Rosaly Duo comes after many changes in the musicians' lives. Their first session Cyrillic (482 Music, 2009) was recorded when both musicians made Chicago their home. Dave Rempis, probably best known for his work in Vandermark 5 back in 2009, was putting together his own groups such as The Engines and The ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kuzu: Purple Dark Opal

Read "Purple Dark Opal" reviewed by John Sharpe

Hard as it is to believe, the wonderful Hiljaisuus (Aerophonic, 2019) documented the first encounter between Chicago reedman Dave Rempis, North Carolina-based Bhutanese guitarist Tashi Dorji and drummer Tyler Damon, under the banner Kuzu. On the basis of that triumph, the musicians put together a twenty-date US tour. For their follow up release, Purple Dark Opal, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

From Wolves to Whales: Strandwal

Read "Strandwal" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

Il quartetto From Wolves to Whales, nome azzeccato per un significativo incontro di quattro personalità al vertice del jazz e dell'improvvisazione contemporanea, si era già proposto nel 2015 con il CD omonimo, dopo il rodaggio di tre concerti a Manhattan e a Brooklyn nel febbraio del 2014. Il sodalizio, imperniato sulla lunga frequentazione di Nate Wooley ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kuzu: Purple Dark Opal

Read "Purple Dark Opal" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Chicago saxophonist Dave Rempis has recorded thirty albums as a leader and more than another thirty as a sideman. Best known for his own Rempis Percussion Quartet and the Vandermark Five, the free jazz legend teams up with guitarist Tashi Dorji and drummer Tyler Damon, under the name Kuzu. Purple Dark Opal is their third release, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kuzu: Purple Dark Opal

Read "Purple Dark Opal" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Thank your lucky stars that Kuzu's previous disc Hiljaisuus (Aerophonic/Astral Spirits, 2019) was not a one-off meeting. That recording, their first concert together in 2017, inspired the trio to tour and explore their brand of free jazz. Purple Dark Opal, recorded live in Milwaukee in October 2018, found the trio in the midst of an extended ...


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