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Michael Moss's Accidental Orchestra: Helix

Read "Helix" reviewed by Troy Dostert

A longtime contributor to the New York jazz scene whose roots go back to Sam Rivers's loft era of the 1970s, clarinetist and composer Michael Moss has typically worked in a small-group context, especially via his most well-known ensembles, Four Rivers and the New York Free Quartet. But on Helix, he's got more ambitious goals in ...

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Sonic Liberation 8 with Classical Revolution Trio & Oliver Lake: Bombogenic

Read "Bombogenic" reviewed by Dave Wayne

There are a few artists out there who are successfully merging authentic traditional Afro-Cuban and Caribbean rhythms with 21st Century jazz in a way that refers to, but doesn't sound like, typical Latin jazz: Adam Rudolph's Go Organic Orchestra and Kip Hanrahan's various groups immediately come to mind. Taking their cues equally from the early 70s ...

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The Outsiders Improvised & Creative Music Pop-Up Festival

The Outsiders Improvised & Creative Music Pop-Up Festival

The Outsiders Improvised & Creative Music Pop-Up Festival – April 24, 2015 A celebration of creative, progressive music in honor of Philadelphia Jazz Appreciation Month, curated by Jamaaladeen Tacuma and presented in collaboration with The Producer’s Guild. jny: Philadelphia, PA – Internationally renowned bassist Jamaaladeen Tacuma and The Producer’s Guild of Philadelphia are pleased to present ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Celebrating Sun Ra at the Painted Bride Art Center

Read "Celebrating Sun Ra at the Painted Bride Art Center" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

The Warriors of the Wonderful Sound and the Sun Ra Centennial Arkestra The Painted Bride Art Center “Still the New Thing" Philadelphia, PA April 19, 2014 This concert concluded a tripartite series curated by saxophonist, band leader, and composer/arranger Bobby Zankel entitled “Still the New Thing" honoring three icons of ...

Dreambox Media: The Philadelphia Jazz Label

Read "Dreambox Media: The Philadelphia Jazz Label" reviewed by Mike Oppenheim

Any fan of the great American music that is jazz is surely aware that the art form's history depended on the convergence of geography, individual talents, and inspiration. Cities such as jny: New Orleans, jny: Kansas City, jny: Chicago, and New York are synonymous with particular styles of jazz. One often overlooked city is jny: Philadelphia, ...

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J. Jody Janetta & Adelante @ the Collingswood Community Center on March 1st

Appearing at the Collingswood Community Center, 30 E. Collings Ave in Collingswood, NJ, on March 1st will be drummer J. Jody Janetta and Adelante, featuring Paul Woznicki on piano, synths, and flute and Stephen Testa on bass. One Show: 7:30-9 p.m. Admission: $10/$5 for students. No advance sales. Free Refreshments! For info: 856-858-8914. Jazz Bridge, a ...

The Necks, Weasel Walter, Butch Morris & Lou Reed

Read "The Necks, Weasel Walter, Butch Morris & Lou Reed" reviewed by Martin Longley

The NecksIssue Project RoomJanuary 27, 2010 There was a moment right at the brink of The Necks starting up their first set, where the notion hit: what if they can't think of anything? What if they can't begin? What if, finally, after more than two decades, this same familiar familial ...


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