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Yuhan Su: Sun-Chaser On Vibraphone

Read "Yuhan Su: Sun-Chaser On Vibraphone" reviewed by Jiaowei Hu

Five thousand years ago, the giant Kuafu set out from the East in an impossible pursuit of the Sun. In his endless chase, says the Chinese classic Shan Hai Jing, he swallowed up all the waters of the Yellow and Wei Rivers, yet even these were insufficient to quench Kuafu's thirst. Ultimately, legend has it, Kuafu ...

Visitors

Label: Tone Rogue Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Puddles; Little Rascals; Tango; Moon Over New Kent; Space Invaders; Visitors; Transient Light; Awake; Heart.

Mute

Label: Fresh Sound Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: 01. Decalcomania (Dayeon Seok) 02. Articulate Space (Kevin Sun) 03. Follow the Leader (Christian Li) 04. Are You Happy Now? (Jeonglim Yang) 05. Great Concavity (Sun) 06. False Idol (Li) 07. And Now For a Word From Our Sponsors (Sun) 08. Palindromania's Dream (Yang) 09. Lava (Li)

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Christian Li & Mike Bono: Visitors

Read "Visitors" reviewed by Chris Mosey

The New York-based duo of guitarist Mike Bono and pianist Christian Li celebrate a decade of collaboration with Visitors, which they see as “a souvenir of the past and a blueprint for the future." It's a varied album of nine originals, with engineer Pran Bandi trying as much as possible to recreate a live atmosphere in ...

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Greg Osby: Saxophone “Griot”

Read "Greg Osby: Saxophone “Griot”" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

The griot is a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet and/or musician, a repository of oral tradition who is often seen as a societal leader. Saxophonist Greg Osby recently was excited to meet some griots on his travels. While he is originally from jny: St. Louis, he himself is a griot in many senses of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Yuhan Su: Flying Alone

Read "Flying Alone" reviewed by Ian Patterson

The vibraphone has experienced a resurgence in recent years, with numerous talented musicians drawing the spotlight to the instrument. Taiwanese vibraphonist Yuhan Su is another notable exponent. Su moved to the United States in 2008 and studied at Berklee under vibraphone players Dave Samuels and Ed Saindon and marimba player Nancy Zeltsman. Her debut as leader ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Yuhan Su: Flying Alone

Read "Flying Alone" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Vibraphonist Yuhan Su's debut album Flying Alone is a collection of ten elegant and sophisticated originals that unfold like poems for multiple voices. Her effective yet subtle leadership of her international band allows the instruments to echo and support each other in haunting choruses and contemplative dialogues. The futuristic “Difficulties" builds an intriguing ...


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