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Elsewhere

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Shade of Tree; Over the Rainbow; Laulea; Torii; Kahakai Mehana; E O Mai; Lockdown; Elsewhere.

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Elsewhere Return Visitors

Read "Elsewhere Return Visitors" reviewed by John Eyles


As the Elsewhere label's third anniversary, in July 2021, closely followed the June release of its fifteenth and sixteenth albums, it seemed an appropriate time to look back. In a way, those two albums tell a large part of the story as, together, they feature three musicians who are all return visitors to the label, Anastassis ...

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Article: Album Review

Keisuke Kishi: Elsewhere

Read "Elsewhere" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


The album is titled Elsewhere. It is the work of Japanese drummer Keisuke Kishi, who is based in New York. But where is elsewhere? Is it the western shore of Oahu, an area of stark landscapes and poverty, in relative isolation from the bustling tourism of Waikiki? Or is it Bagamoyo, Tanzania? The album's cover art ...

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Shade of Tree

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
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Keisuke Kishi

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Keisuke Kishi is a drummer and composer currently based in Hawaii and New York City. He was born in Hiroshima, Japan in 1988. Keisuke started to learn drums from 7 years old. He experienced various bands and he met Jazz at 20 years old and he had joined in various jam session. He was influenced by Tony Williams, Elvin Jones, Art Blakey. In 2009, He started Professional work in Osaka, Japan. Afterwards he organized his Jazz Fusion band group for 2012-2017. That his band group had went around in Japan as tour. Also he played Billboard Osaka Japan and Tower Records Japan. He has joined and performed huge Jazz festival of Takatsuki, Osaka each year

Album

Earth Leaps Up

Label: Elsewhere
Released: 2020
Track listing: Dousing; Tessellate; Sightlines; Gravity; Upstream; Shadow's Hue; Faces; Mirror and Echo; Earth Leaps Up.

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Anastassis Philippakopoulos: piano works

Label: Elsewhere
Released: 2020
Track listing: piano piece (2013); piano piece (2014); piano piece (2015); piano piece (2016); piano piece (2017); piano piece (2018a); piano piece (2018b); five piano pieces – 1; five piano pieces – 2; five piano pieces – 3; five piano pieces – 4; five piano pieces – 5.

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Elsewhere Piano Series No. 2

Read "Elsewhere Piano Series No. 2" reviewed by John Eyles


When Elsewhere released its three-album Piano Series No.1 in the summer of 2019, the All About Jazz review of it concluded as follows,"This Piano Series consists of three distinctively different recordings, any one of which would have attracted attention and plaudits in its own right. It is a measure of the quality of the series that ...

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Article: Album Review

The Giving Shapes: Earth Leaps Up

Read "Earth Leaps Up" reviewed by John Eyles


Two years and ten releases after Elsewhere was inaugurated, some of the label's aficionados may have thought they knew what to expect next. If that were the case, a few people could be surprised when they hear Earth Leaps Up for the first time. Formed at the Banff Centre for the Arts, in 2017, The Giving ...

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Article: Album Review

Melaine Dalibert: Anastassis Philippakopoulos: piano works

Read "Anastassis Philippakopoulos: piano works" reviewed by John Eyles


This album is the tenth released by the Elsewhere label since its launch in the spring of 2018. It is the third of those ten to feature the French composer and pianist Melaine Dalibert. Whereas on the previous two albums, Dalibert played his own compositions, here he performs piano compositions by the Greek composer Anastassis Philippakopoulos ...


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