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Maré

Label: Cipsela Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Lage Fria; Rampa; Quebra Mar.

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Luís Vicente: Maré

Read "Maré" reviewed by Mark Corroto


We have no idea whether Portuguese trumpeter Luís Vicente is Catholic. Nor if he knew before performing at the Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Nova that he would be in harmony with the building's monastic religious order, the Poor Clares. His music performed at the Anozero-Bienal de Arte Contemporânea de Coimbra, however, is as stark and austere as ...

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Concentric Rinds

Label: Cipsela Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Gravity; Spirals; Convex; Depth; Concave; Spheres; Circles; Surface.

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Flowers

Label: Cipsela Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Eight Street and Avenue C (For Alton Pickens); Old Eyes (For Ornette Coleman); Knox (For Niklaus Troxler); Flowers (For John Tchicai); The Whistler (For Mark Whitecage); Third Circle (For Anthony Braxton); The Night Bird's Call (For Julius Hemphill).

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Joe McPhee: Flowers

Read "Flowers" reviewed by John Sharpe


Multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee has a long history of solo albums stretching back to Tenor (Hat Hut, 1976). Furthermore he's one of the few improvisers still to regularly perform and record in that format. Flowers, his eleventh unaccompanied release, was recorded at the Jazz ao Centro Festival in Coimbra in 2009 and rescued from obscurity by the ...

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Joe McPhee: Flowers

Read "Flowers" reviewed by Mark Corroto


For the longest time it was a commonly held belief that solo saxophone performances, especially freely improvised solo saxophone performances, were an acquired taste. Meaning they are things that one has come to like only through experience, but mostly it is a polite way to say you find the music distasteful. Certainly, much of improvised music ...

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Marcelo Dos Reis / Angelica V. Salvi: Concentric Rinds

Read "Concentric Rinds" reviewed by John Sharpe


Guitarist Marcelo dos Reis has become a fixture on the Lisbon experimental music scene, where he also helms the newly created Cipsela imprint. His guitar contributed an attractive wild card element to Chamber 4's eponymous release (FMR, 2015) and he has worked with Elliott Sharp, Burton Greene and Evan Parker among others. Among his many outlets ...


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