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Article: Album Review

The Comet Is Coming: Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery

Read "Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery" reviewed by Chris May


In 2018, saxophonist and clarinetist Shabaka Hutchings' Sons Of Kemet became the first British band to be signed to the canonical US label Impulse. That partnership has now been augmented with the futuristic trio The Comet Is Coming, in which Hutchings goes under the alias King Shabaka. Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery is ...

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Article: Album Review

Claudia Döffinger: Monochrome

Read "Monochrome" reviewed by Gareth Thompson


The turkey trot and tango became so popular by 1914 that the Vatican saw fit to denounce them. American ballrooms, once invaded by European dance steps, were now throbbing to these sexier moves. In his eminent book, The History Of Jazz, author Ted Gioia argues that such new currents in social dancing also forced a change ...

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Article: Album Review

Tatsuya Nakatani & Shane Perlowin: Anatomy of a Moment

Read "Anatomy of a Moment" reviewed by Dave Wayne


On Anatomy of a Moment, Aleuchatistas guitarist Shane Perlowin joins the legendary percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani for a series of duets that are as perplexing as they are beautiful. Sticking largely to fingerstyle acoustic guitar, Perlowin's controlled and tightly parameterized improvising stands in stark contrast to Nakatani's varied and unpredictable sound experiments. While his playing in the ...

News: Recording

Electric Cowbell Announces: Karthala 72's Debut Album - Diable Du Feu

Electric Cowbell Announces: Karthala 72's Debut Album - Diable Du Feu

Electric Cowbell Records Presents: Karthala 72 – Diable Du Feu The sound of a 1970′s psychedelic freakout only heavier than you ever heard it before! The new Karthala 72 full-length album (Diable du Feu!) brings some seriously dark, driving funk meets Afrobeat. There isn’t much on the group out there on the internet. We can’t even ...


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