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Present Company

Label: Diskonife
Released: 2020
Track listing: Sanford Theme; King Tone; Echolocation; Engines; Komma; The Net Menders; When To Move.

Return Trip

Label: Diskonife
Released: 2020
Track listing: Ripples; Spring; Chord Conversation; Lush; Sometimes That's Ok; Effish; Peace and Integration.

Cut The Red Wire

Label: Diskonife
Released: 2020
Track listing: 4+11+3; Magnet; Extropy; Barrel Roll; Thrall; Wadabe; Divebomb; Proroprotozoa.

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Matt Moran Trio: Return Trip

Read "Return Trip" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Vibraphonist Matt Moran has carved out a varied musical career for himself. Among other things, he is the leader of the party band Slavic Soul Party! and a member of John Hollenbeck's Claudia Quintet. He also leads the atmospheric jazz trio on this CD with Gary Versace on Hammond organ and Tom Rainey on drums.

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Peter Hess Quartet: Present Company

Read "Present Company" reviewed by Jim Worsley

What word to say first, refreshing or wow? Perhaps, wow, this is refreshing! With the assorted amount of experimental jazz that often needed more time in the lab, that is an assault on the unsuspecting ear, the Peter Hess Quartet have concocted their own penicillin. No longer lab rats, minds can be allowed to thrive and ...

Play Ball

Label: Diskonife
Released: 2018
Track listing: Play Ball; Fever Dream; Counterpoint; Dig Your Own Groove; Get Rich Quick; Try; That's What You Think

Falling

Label: Diskonife
Released: 2018
Track listing: Bluebells; Move to Mars; Falling; Subduction; Earlier; Gone Lights; Call Ahead; Follower; Everything Goes


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