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Trumpet player Bart Maris (°1965) is a musician from the outskirts of jazz. It's not that he doesn't like the downtown club scene. It's that Maris enjoys the arguments and discussions with different genres and different musicians too much, to be able to choose one particular course.

It isn't surprising then that he pops up in a multitude of project pools and groups that are outside of the mainstream.

He becomes entangled in a frenzied affair with two Moogerfoogers and a loop machine, in a solo performance.

With the band, Electric Barbarian he doesn't hesitate in merging hip-hop with a distorted trumpet.

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Live From Flanders: Bart Maris, Jasper Stadhouders, Joachim Badenhorst & Jan Devlieger

Read "Live From Flanders: Bart Maris, Jasper Stadhouders, Joachim Badenhorst & Jan Devlieger" reviewed by Martin Longley

Bart Maris & Jasper Stadhouders Parazzar Bruges, Belgium July 17, 2020 The Dutch-speaking Flemish north of Belgium has its own scene, even though crossing over to a great degree with the central Brussels hub. In quaintly historic Bruges, the Parazzar bar/restaurant is a well-established joint with a pronounced ...

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Joe Rosenberg Ensemble: Marshland

Read "Marshland" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Soprano saxophonist Joe Rosenberg seems to try out a new configuration of his Ensemble every time he records. On his previous release, Tomorrow Never Knows (Quark, 2017) he led a quintet with cello and piano in the front line. On this new effort, he changes to a three-horn format with trumpeter Bart Maris and tenor/soprano saxophonist ...

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Belgrade Jazz Festival 2019

Read "Belgrade Jazz Festival 2019" reviewed by Martin Longley

Belgrade Jazz Festival Dom Omladine / Kombank Dvorana Belgrade Serbia October 22-28, 2019 Reaching its 35th edition, the Belgrade Jazz Festival added extra shows at the beginning and end of its run, making up a full week, or eight days, if the opening dj night is ...

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Citadelic 2019

Read "Citadelic 2019" reviewed by Martin Longley

Citadelic Citadelpark Gent, Belgium May 29-June 2, 2019 Free jazz with free admission. That's the appealing concept of the five-day Citadelic festival, which presents jazz, improvisation and other adventurous sounds, from around noon until around 10pm, in a continuous schedule that roams several dips and mounts, or caves ...

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Spinifex: Soufifex

Read "Soufifex" reviewed by Vitalijus Gailius

The Amsterdam-based sextet Spinifex—well known for their passion to cross stylistic borders, tight irregular structures and robust improvisational eruptions—still continue their journey through different musical traditions. On their fifth full-length album, Soufifex, the ensemble flee the European musical tradition and turn their faces to the Oriental world, i.e. to the Sufi, mystical Islamic belief and practice ...

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Moers Festival 2018

Read "Moers Festival 2018" reviewed by Martin Longley

Moers Festival Moers, Germany May 18-21, 2018 The long-established Moers Festival has undergone several changes in recent years. Its distinctive circus top tent was retired in 2013, making way for a custom-designed Halle to house most of the main concerts. Then, two years ago, the festival director and programmer switched ...

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European Jazz Conference 2015: Hungarian Showcases

Read "European Jazz Conference 2015: Hungarian Showcases" reviewed by Henning Bolte

Budapest Music Center European Jazz Conference Hungarian Showcases Budapest, Hungary September, 24-27, 2015 The European Jazz Conference is a step forward for pan-European cooperation and collaboration. What was formerly the General Assembly of the Europe Jazz Network (EJN), became the European Jazz Conference from 2014. It is now also opened to ...

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Gent Jazz Festival 2014 - Part Two: Jazz Peripherals

Read "Gent Jazz Festival 2014 - Part Two: Jazz Peripherals" reviewed by Martin Longley

Gent Jazz Festival De Bijloke Gent, Belgium July 17-19, 2014 The second weekend of this festival is traditionally devoted to musics that lurk outside of the jazz sphere, but resonating in sympathy with the core. Of course, there were a few stray acts from the mainline, just ...

Barb Wire

Label: De Werf
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Down to Earth; 2. Consider You; 3. One-Way-Ticket; 4. Playing Square Time; 5. Dreams (Slight return); 6. Dream Variations; 7. Waiting for You to Call; 8. SQ Shuffle; 9. Mother to Son; 10. Albert!; 11. Silhouet; 12. Flatted Fifths; 13. Never Been There; 14. No Regrets; 15. Democracy.


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