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HAVEN

Label: Earshift Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. No Shepherds Live Here 2. Ripple 3. Foran Policy 4. Orbit 5. Revolving Doors 6. Bushfire Break 7. Rambling 8. Handwritten 9.Chuhily 10. Bushfire Two 11. Begin Again

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Laniakea

Label: Earshift Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Intro; Datameta; Kleine Ahnung; Laniakea; Ripples; Gott Liebt Diese Welt; Losdy; Outro.

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Trio Kleine Ahnung: Laniakea

Read "Laniakea" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Berlin-based guitarist Carl Morgan gets together with his Australian compatriots Rajiv Jayaweera on drums and Sam Anning on bass for a date packed with Indie-rock infused compositions that live off of the trio's jazzy interplay and modern soundscapes. Between Morgan's modern guitar slurs and the rhythm section's minimalist approach to accompaniment, this record is imbued with ...

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The Dark Pattern

Label: Earshift Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Mnemosyne; The Dilemma Throw; Glow; Opal; Third Bell; The Promise; The Monument; Cloud Hidden; The Golden Seam; Seven; The Dark Pattern.

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Amen

Label: Earshift Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Cloud Space Earth; Amen; Dark Horse; Maple and Bone; Moon Crab; Hammer Gut.

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Many Altered Returns

Label: Earshift Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Nodap; The Turn; Fortean Nights; Staring Straight; Fortean Days; Meanwhile, Elsewhere, Anything.

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Pacifica

Label: Earshift Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Tofik; Little Mountain; Don Pacifico; The View From Fez; Liberty?; West Mass.; Number Domu 66; Lahinch; Annica; Overnight; Aeon; Adrianek; Vampage; Little Dip

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Sam Gill's Coursed Waters: Many Altered Returns

Read "Many Altered Returns" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Sam Gill is an alto saxophonist from Sydney, Australia who on this release with his quartet, Coursed Waters, plows a similar musical furrow as Tim Berne. His group plays an interesting blend of involved written-music and free improvisation with an elastic sense of volume and tempo. The CD's opening track, “Nodap," starts with a ...

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Phil Slater: The Dark Pattern

Read "The Dark Pattern" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Australian trumpeter and composer Phil Slater has performed with a variety of renowned artists across the globe and stands as one of the most influential jazz musicians his country has to offer. Next to recording and performing with big names such as Lou Reed, Nigel Kennedy or Missy Higgins among others, the award-winning trumpeter leads and ...

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Franklin: Amen

Read "Amen" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


On Joseph Franklin's sophomore effort Amen, the Australian bassist and composer delivers an intricate web of patterns which he creates in interplay with fellow compatriot Marc Hannaford's ominous piano stabs and Satoshi Takeishi's experimental and highly dynamic drum work. Each composition goes through different stages--from dark and menacing to silver and dreamy-- from slowly pulsating, almost ...


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