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Dave Wayne

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Fiends

Label: Braintone 22
Released: 2022
Track listing: 1. REPROJECTED 2. UHUH 3. CONSUSNESS 4. GUIDE FOR THE FRACTAL MINDGAZE HUT 5. 80% 6. ALWAYS SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT 7. LUCKY MACHETE 8. SLOTH VS. TENORGALACTIC 9. BROWNFIELD 10. NOW HE LEAVES A MESSAGE 11. 29N 95W 12. AANDERUD AND R. RUDD 13. NOW SHE BOWS A STRING 14. FOUR LETTER ANIMAL 15. WHERE YOU B 16. ANAGRAM CITY 17. HYPOTHETICAL 18. COOKING WITH KNOERNSCHILD 19. BALLAD OF THE PROBLEM FOR ALL YOUR ANSWERS 20. PUSHING A ROPE 21. RADIO OMNI 22. NOT BEFORE TIME 23. THE PART THAT’S ALWAYS LEFT OVER 24. OTAKU’S RHOMBUS 25. BLUESGNOSIS 26. THE CONFIGURATION INSIDE THE SITUATION

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Article: Album Review

Peter Erskine New Trio: In Praise of Shadows

Read "In Praise of Shadows" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Expecting the delicately brooding pastel hues of his piano trio recordings for ECM Records, my socks were pleasantly knocked off from the git-go by Peter Erskine's New Trio. In Praise of Shadows opens with a slyly sweet, reggae-infused rendition of “Sukiyaki," a Japanese folk tune that became a surprise novelty hit for Kyu Sakamoto back in ...

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JKA Quintet: From the Nocturnal Chironian

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A long-lost poem written as a teenager, a series of evocative dreams, and the interpenetration of astrology, Greek mythology and Jungian archetypal psychology form the conceptual framework for From the Nocturnal Chironian by Danish bassist and composer Jens Kristian Andersen. The music on From the Nocturnal Chironian is only one aspect of its physical manifestation. The ...

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Tohpati Ethnomission: Mata Hati

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Indonesian guitarist and composer Tohpati, like his countrymen Dewa Budjana and Dwiki Dharmawan, is a busy studio musician who somehow manages to keep several of his own distinct musical projects moving in parallel. The most well-known of these is probably simakDialog, best described as an Indonesian jam band whose copious recorded output has been cut short ...

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Article: Album Review

Alessandro Fadini: A Dark and Stormy Day

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Amongst the firehose-like blast of CDs and downloads aimed at me last summer was A Dark and Stormy Day, the debut album by Italian-born pianist and composer Alessandro Fadini. A new name to me, Fadini was educated to be a mathematician and is apparently self-taught on piano. Don't let that fool you, though. A protégé of ...

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Article: Album Review

Marbin: Goat Man & The House of the Dead

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It's truly been fun to watch Marbin grow and develop over the past few years. Their eponymous, self- released debut album, from way back in 2009, was a duet affair with the two principals--saxophonist Danny Markovitch and guitarist Dani Rabin--plying their talents on a clutch of brief and very intricate instrumentals. Sounding at times like an ...

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Jon Armstrong: Burnt Hibiscus

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Now firmly ensconced as the Director of Jazz Studies at Idaho State University, Jon Armstrong may just be a little homesick. Well, more than a little. After all, Pocatello is a far cry from the multi-cultural hustle and bustle of his hometown of Los Angeles. It's not surprising that Armstrong's new album, Burnt Hibiscus is a ...

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Modus Factor: The Picasso Zone

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Versatiity is the key to the musical success of The Picasso Zone by the multi-national, polystylistic electric jazz trio Modus Factor. Based in Toronto, Modus Factor is comprised of Canadian drummer (and putative bandleader) Chris Lesso, trumpeter Brownman Ali--originally from Trinidad--and Uganada- born bassist Ian De Souza. Clearly, these guys' diverse origins contributed to their abiding ...

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Snaggle: The Long Slog

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In the art world, labeling oneself as “the next (fill in the blank)" or “(name of country)'s answer to (fill in the blank)" is a risky ploy that may reap short-term benefits in terms of quickly generating a fan base, but may actually be detrimental in terms of creative sustainability. The jny:: Toronto-based jazz-funk- rock sextet ...


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