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Shifting Foundation grantee Dan Weiss has been hailed as one of the top five jazz drummers in The New York Times, and his large ensemble recording "Fourteen" made the top ten list of their best recordings of 2014. Weiss’s innovative drumming and forward thinking compositions have been pushing musical limits for years. With his piano trio, he’s released two recordings entitled, "Now Yes When" (2006) and "Timshel" (2011), which have been critically acclaimed for their unique approach to song structure and endless creative improvisation. Weiss also leads his sixteen piece large ensemble that features some of NYC's most gifted musicians

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Ian Patterson's Best Releases Of 2020

Read "Ian Patterson's Best Releases Of 2020" reviewed by Ian Patterson

A year like no other produced a terrific amount of great music, much of inspired by--or in spite of—the surreal circumstances. Here, in no particular order, are some of my favorite releases of the year. A huge thank you to all the musicians, record labels, studios, agents, promotors and virtual technicians who helped keep us relatively ...

Redshift

Label: nusica.org
Released: 2020
Track listing: Arrival; Paul; 44.2; Consolation Prize; Endnote; Triad Tune; Remember When; Tooch-Taach; Time Lapse; John My Beloved.

Andrew D'Angelo & DNA Orchestra

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Free Willy; Egna of Waog; Big Butt; Felicia; Gay Disco; Marching Fuckers; I Love You; Norman; Meg Nem Sa.

Long Forms

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Layas Lines; Casado; Kayeda; Scent; Groupings; Musique Anodine.

Freya

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Parallax; Scáthach Isle of Skye; Aspasia and Pericles; In the Light of Reverence; Freya; Interlude #1; Heart to Heart; Juno Lucina; Geri’s Print; Interlude #2.

Contemptment

Label: SteepleChase Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Late 90s; Hygge; Kamaguchi; Hamburg; Porcelain; Hey J.; Contemptment; Promised Kept.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Noah Preminger: Contemptment

Read "Contemptment" reviewed by Mark Corroto

If you followed saxophonist Noah Preminger's early career you might have read an interview where he revealed his fascination with boxing. The fact that he trained in the sweet science for nearly a decade while making music is evident in the pugilistic blues heard on self-released albums Pivot: Live At The 55 Bar (2015) and Dark ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

New albums from Ernesto Jodos, Dan Weiss, and Manteca

Read "New albums from Ernesto Jodos, Dan Weiss, and Manteca" reviewed by Bob Osborne

This week we feature great new albums from Ernesto Jodos, Dan Weiss with his Starebaby band, and Manteca. I am also continuing my look at recent releases by Ken Stubbs as well as featuring cutting edge music from Tim Berne's Snakeoil, the trio of Jeff Kimmel, Ishmael Ali, with Bill Harris, and the Dave Rempis Percussion ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Dan Weiss & Starebaby, Angelica Sanchez & Marilyn Crispell and SPIME 2019

Read "Dan Weiss & Starebaby, Angelica Sanchez & Marilyn Crispell and SPIME 2019" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Everyone's favourite drummer Dan Weiss created quite a stir with the debut album of his band Starebaby. That ball keeps rolling with their sophomore release, Natural Selection. And what else could you expect from a band with Matt Mitchell, Craig Taborn, Ben Monder and Trevor Dunn? The album rocks! Friend and mentor become playing partners on ...


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