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Camila Nebbia

Sax player, composer, improviser and multidisciplinary artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her artistic practice and work is being in constant creation of new sound and visual landscapes, where explores the relationship between different forms of composition and free improvisation. Studied classical saxophone at the Conservatory "Astor Piazzolla", jazz at the "Manuel de Falla" Conservatory and Film Director at the Universidad Del Cine. In 2015 won a scholarship from the Fondo Nacional de las Artes (FNA) to asist to a workshop about composition and improvisation in Bariloche, Argentina

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Article: Album Review

Camilia Nebbia: Colibri Rojo

Read "Colibri Rojo" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Tutored by none other than Marilyn Crispell and Tim Berne, young pioneering saxophonist Camila Nebbia cannot be held totally responsible for her flexible idiosyncrasies. Surely both elders must have mentioned their ideas of musical reflexiveness somewhere in the laboratory. Sketchy, skittish, lean and peerless, Nebbia rarely takes the chance to sweeten the pot. Instead ...

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Article: Radio

New Sounds and Archive Nuggets

Read "New Sounds and Archive Nuggets" reviewed by Bob Osborne


A mixture of old and new this time. Featured albums are from Behn Gillece, Devin Gray, Camila Nebbia & Axel Filip, Damon Locks and Ivo Perelman & Matthew Shipp. There's also a couple of albums from 2020 that I have only just gotten around to, plus some archive specials from Hugh Hopper, Marc Ducret and Miles ...

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Nathan Clevenger, Paulina Porszke & Emanuele Parrini

Read "Nathan Clevenger, Paulina Porszke & Emanuele Parrini" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Several new artists pop up in this episode inclduing guitarist Nathan Clevenger from California, Polish pianist Paulina Porszke, English duo Gus Garside and Hervé Perez, and French pianist Loïc Dequidt now living in Sweden. Italian violinist Emanuele Parrini's new album, Digging (Reflections On Jazz And Blues) is ear-opening. Lots of good stuff for you as well, ...

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Camila Nebbia: Aura

Read "Aura" reviewed by John Chacona


No one knows what the landscape for live jazz will look like in the near future, but it is fair to assume that jny: New York and jny: London will continue as centers of gravity with jny: Johannesburg making a strong challenge. Here is a long-shot bet: don't sleep on jny: Buenos Aires. If your idea ...

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Article: Radio

Dezron Douglas & Brandee Younger, Samuel Blaser & Pia Hernandez

Read "Dezron Douglas & Brandee Younger, Samuel Blaser & Pia Hernandez" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Coping with the pandemic has come in many forms for musicians. Bassist Dezron Douglas and harpist Brandee Younger decided to host a weekly streaming session where they played and commented on the world as it was happening in their NYC apartment. They culled an album's worth of music from the series and have now released it ...

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Article: Radio

Music from Canada, Ireland and Argentina

Read "Music from Canada, Ireland and Argentina" reviewed by Bob Osborne


This show features music from Canada, Ireland and Argentina, with a focus on pianist turned bassist Richard Whiteman. Also, great new releases from the wonderful ears&eyes label, a tribute to Phil Nimmons, trumpeter Linley Hamilton and pianist Gediminas Karkauskas. There are also more exclusive tracks from Ryan McCaffrey and some other recent releases. Playlist ...

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Aura

Label: Ears And Eyes Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Las manos; Algunos rastros de la memoria; La desintegración; La quietud del viento; Al costado del río

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Article: Year in Review

John Chacona's Best Releases Of 2020

Read "John Chacona's Best Releases Of 2020" reviewed by John Chacona


It's tempting to say that this was the year the music died, and for clubs, concert and festival stages, that might generally be true. Yet, in this most confounding and contrary of years it's thoroughly fitting that as live music grew silent, recordings roared with eloquence, fury and, yes, beauty. Here are the releases that most ...

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Article: Radio

Broun Fellinis, Eric Revis, Luke Stewart and More

Read "Broun Fellinis, Eric Revis, Luke Stewart and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


A trip to the mystical island of Boohaabia (you know, the one near the Oasis of Surprise), is the final stop in this show, courtesy of the Broun Fellinis, but before arriving to destination there are stops at several great new releases, like those of American bassists Eric Revis' excellent Slip Knots Through a Looking Glass ...


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