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Atlantis Quartet: Hello Human

Read "Hello Human" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

Even though, after 12 years of existence and four critically acclaimed albums, Minnesota-based collaboration Atlantis Quartet has nothing further to prove, the formation presents itself more invigorated than ever. Hello Human showcases a versatile and energetic quartet, presenting 10 originals which span from humble post-bop exercises to punk-infused riff workouts, all the while enveloped by a ...

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Dave King Trucking Company: Good Old Light

Read "Good Old Light" reviewed by Troy Collins

Branching out from his duties in The Bad Plus and Happy Apple, drummer Dave King formed the Dave King Trucking Company to explore a highly personalized take on Americana that he describes as “if the great Nashville bands of the '60s and '70s could improvise and were Coltrane fanatics." Building on this idea, King and company ...

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Undead Jazz Festival: Day 1, June 23, 2011

Read "Undead Jazz Festival: Day 1, June 23, 2011" reviewed by Daniel Lehner

Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 Undead Jazz FestivalNew York, New YorkJune 23-26, 2011 If 2010's Undead Jazz Festival were the first installment in a series of zombie films, then the first day of the 2011 season was a sequel picking up where ...


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