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UDU

Label: Blackout Music
Released: 2012
Track listing: This Is Not an Elevator; Blåskimmel Skrammel; Nærvær; Orkanens øje; Er dine kartofler nye og friske?; Please Recycle; Femårsplanen; Au Dau Fau; Fest i elverhøj.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Richard Andersson: UDU

Read "UDU" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

The word “udu," which is the title of Danish bassist Richard Andersson's second release as a leader, has several connotations. Its primary meaning in Danish is something that is broken. A chair can be in “udu," which means it doesn't work and needs to be repaired. However, the sound of “udu" also closely resembles the pronunciation ...

Dolls & Guns

Label: Blackout Music
Released: 2011
Track listing: Sometimes My Thoughts Sound Like This; Light Years; An Ancient Sport; How Much in a Lake; Green Pants; Brain Washing; Elegant Strut; Brick and Glass; The Key of Water; Sometimes My Thoughts Also Sound Like This; Airports; Devils Pulpit; Tnf Alpha vs. Remicade; Tilbage til 2005; Green Tea.

Jesper Zeuthen Trio

Label: Blackout Music
Released: 2011
Track listing: Solajma I Solen; Åndedans; Okto Synk Ej; Piru Tulee; Klokke; Gnist; Ukendt; I Vilden Sky; 15 Gode Grunde.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kevin Brow: Dolls & Guns

Read "Dolls & Guns" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Drummer/composer Kevin Brow is a forward thinker, his compositional acuity and scintillating technique in clear evidence on his debut and sophomore releases--Kopter (2008) and Fire Sink (2011), both on Fresh Sound New Talent--modern works as intellectual as they are risk taking. If these weren't persuasive enough, then Dolls and Guns nails the point home all the ...

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Jesper Zeuthen: Jesper Zeuthen Trio

Read "Jesper Zeuthen Trio" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Bless the children of saxophonist Albert Ayler. Bless them, for their convictions are pure, and uncontaminated by convention and style.That benediction should also be extended to Jesper Zeuthen. The sixty-something Danish alto saxophonist serves the same mission as the late, great Ayler on this trio session, with bassist Adam Pultz Melbye and drummer Thomas ...

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Richard Andersson Sustainable Quartet: Please Recycle

Read "Please Recycle" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Danish bassist Richard Andersson organized this session, which attracts attention, at first glance, from the presence of saxophonist Tony Malaby, but then commands regard for all its players.Recorded after studying at the Manhattan School of Music, Andersson formed an alliance with two other players deserving wider recognition, pianist Sullivan Fortner and drummer Rogerio Boccato. ...


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