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Steve Lehman: Sélébéyone

Read "Sélébéyone" reviewed by Luca Canini

Due sarebbero i modi più appropriati e coscienziosi di iniziare questa recensione. Il primo: una rapida carrellata sui precedenti tentativi di contaminazione tra jazz e hip hop (entrambi i generi intesi nel senso più ampio e inclusivo possibile). Da Steve Coleman e Greg Osby alle lucide visioni di Mike Ladd e Vijay Iyer, dal Miles Davis ...

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Black Music Disaster: Black Music Disaster

Read "Black Music Disaster" reviewed by Troy Collins

The intriguingly titled Black Music Disaster is part of Thirsty Ear's Blue Series, which for over a decade has documented numerous cross-stylistic collaborations between artists from different genres. This live concert recording, taped in February 2010 at London's Cafe Oto, features a virtual indie summit meeting, presenting renowned avant-garde jazz pianist Matthew Shipp playing Farfisa organ, ...

Antipop Vs. Matthew Shipp

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: Places I've Never Been; Staph; Slow Horn; A Knot In Your Bop; svp; Coda; Stream Light; Monstro City; Real Is Surreal; Free Hop.

Antipop Consortium vs. Matthew Shipp

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1.places i've never been 2.staph 3.slow horn 4.a knot in your bop 5.svp 6.coda 7.stream light 8.monstro city 9.real is surreal 10.free hop

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Antipop Consortium: Antipop vs. Matthew Shipp

Read "Antipop vs. Matthew Shipp" reviewed by James Taylor

Is it hip-hop or is it jazz? A revolutionary new ideal or a sound versed in tradition? Antipop vs. Matthew Shipp is a radical union between New York City's finest avant-garde hip-hop trio and free jazz's most important young pianist - and it's better than anything those phonies from Philly have put out in a decade. ...

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Antipop Consortium: Antipop Vs. Matthew Shipp

Read "Antipop Vs. Matthew Shipp" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Vs. has a most interesting aim: a direct collision between hip-hoppers Antipop Consortium and free jazzer Matthew Shipp. We've seen beats applied to jazz records, various forms of studio manipulation, and the application of rhythmic vocals alongside improvisation. So what is new here? The straightforward collision, essentially. Sometimes it works, most of the time it doesn't. ...

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Antipop Consortium / Matthew Shipp: Antipop Consortium vs. Matthew Shipp

Read "Antipop Consortium vs. Matthew Shipp" reviewed by Farrell Lowe

When I walked into the record shop to buy this album, the staff was playing it over the sound system. The twenty-five year old manager and twenty year old assistant working the counter were really digging it. They had no idea that "free jazz sounded so cool!" In short, they could relate. I came away from ...

Tragic Epilogue

Label: Thirsty Ear
Released: 2000


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