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Now

Label: International Anthem Recording Company
Released: 2021
Track listing: Now (Forever Momentary Space); The People Vs The Rest Of Us; Keep Your Mind Free; Barbara Jones-Hogu And Elizabeth Catlett Discuss Liberation; Movement And You; The Body Is Electric.

Scrawl

Label: Amalgam Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Content Launch; Adjournment; Campfire; Thistles; Screed.

Live

Label: International Anthem Recording Company
Released: 2020
Track listing: Enlightenment; Destination; Capetown; Black Family; What Shall I Tell My Children Who Are Black; London; We Hearby Declare the African Look; We Are Starzz; VIKTORious Return; Tha Wicked Shall Not Prevail; Melo Deez From Heab'N; Dr. Wattz n' em; HELL.

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Angel Bat Dawid, Fay Victor, Satoko Fujii and Clean Feed Releases

Read "Angel Bat Dawid, Fay Victor, Satoko Fujii and Clean Feed Releases" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Risk-taking singer Fay Victor's powerhouse new album for ESP-Disk is called We've Had Enough, but the title could easily be used on Angel Bat Dawid's latest as well. It reflects some rather shabby treatment on a recent our in Europe. Her album Live sees and Tha Brothahood in full bore. Other new releases sampled come from ...

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Olsen, Stewart, Berne & Mitchell, Laubrock, QMRplus, and, Dawid

Read "Olsen, Stewart, Berne & Mitchell, Laubrock, QMRplus, and, Dawid" reviewed by Bob Osborne

On this show we present new music from Douglas Olsen, Luke Stewart, Tim Berne & Matt Mitchell, Angel Bat Dawid & The Brotherhood, Ingrid Laubrock with large and small ensembles, QMRPlus, and Dave Douglas.Playlist Douglas Olsen “Tailwind" from 2 Cents (Self Released) 00:00 Luke Stewart “Awakening The Masters" from Luke Stewart Exposure Quintet (Astral ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Irreversible Entanglements: Who Sent You?

Read "Who Sent You?" reviewed by Gareth Thompson

Irreversible Entanglements first came together to perform at a Musicians Against Police Brutality event in 2015, after the killing of Akai Gurley by the NYPD. Who Sent You? is their second album and was released in March 2020, two months before George Floyd's death at the hands of police in Minneapolis. A five-piece collective, ...

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Sun Ra Arkestra, Dan Rosenbloom, Awakening Orchestra, Grassy Knoll & New Releases

Read "Sun Ra Arkestra, Dan Rosenbloom, Awakening Orchestra, Grassy Knoll & New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

The second part of this week's edition of Mondo Jazz revolves around the jny: Chicago-jny: Paris-jny: Brussels triangle, with forays in the New York, jny: Los Angeles and jny: San Francisco scenes, to deliver great much awaited new releases by the Sun Ra Arkestra, The Grassy Knoll and The Awakening Orchestra. To put the wheels in ...

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Angel Bat Dawid & Tha Brothahood: Live

Read "Live" reviewed by Chris May

When the Chicago-based clarinetist, vocalist, composer, poet and spiritual-jazz shaman Angel Bat Dawid performed with Tha Brothahood at the London Jazz Festival in November 2019, she was riding high on the critical acclaim surrounding her recently released debut album, The Oracle (International Anthem). A cosmic lightning bolt of free jazz, mutant funk, electronica and spoken word ...

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Jake Wark Quartet: Scrawl

Read "Scrawl" reviewed by Troy Dostert

A strong meeting of four of Chicago's leading improvisers, Scrawl is tenor saxophonist Jake Wark's second disc as a leader, after 2016's Tremor (Amalgam Music), which featured the talents of drummer Phil Haynes and bassist Drew Gress. The Chicago scene has long had a collectivist spirit, and it's on display here, as clarinetist Angel Bat Dawid, ...


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