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Basement Music

Label: Jazzland Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: TRE; TVÅ; ETT TVÅ TRE; HOPPLA; UTGÅNGSOSTINATO; ISLAND MUSIC; JAZZ

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Ekdahl / Bagge Big Band: New Thing

Read "New Thing" reviewed by Jack Bowers


It's always exciting and pleasurable to welcome a new member into the jazz world's ever-shrinking big-band fraternity--especially one as sharp and energetic as this. The tasteful and impressive Ekdahl / Bagge Big Band--from Stockholm, Sweden, no less--takes its name from those of its co-leaders, drummer Per Ekdahl and pianist Carl Bagge who composed and / or ...

Album

More music for trumpet, guitar and bass

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: Avant-propos; Wintersong; Nothing will come for my soul; Konish; Ugly beauty; Audible forms; Away, away; No, we’ll stay; We're the après​-​ garde; Everything drifts; Love emerges, and it disappears.

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Emil Strandberg: More music for trumpet, guitar and bass

Read "More music for trumpet, guitar and bass" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Swedish trumpeter Emil Strandberg continues to explore the format of an intimate, acoustic trio. He began in 2012 with a self-titled trio of double bassist Pär-Ola Landin and drummer Sebastian Voegler (Self Produced, 2012) that covered standards, continued in 2013 with pianist Sten Sandell and double bassist Patric Thorman in It Is Night and I am ...

Album

It Is Night And I Am Lost

Label: Lotos
Released: 2013

Album

Works

Label: Found You Recordings
Released: 2013
Track listing: Maybe It Is; Changes; Singer in the Park; Sthlm Stomp; Walker in the Rain; 127; They Hear No Music; Komposition.

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Emil Strandberg: Works

Read "Works" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Works is the first album containing compositions by Swedish trumpeter Emil Strandberg. But this is also a highly collaborative work. The set of subtle and nuanced compositions for a chamber, acoustic trio stress an intimate dialog between the three musicians. The musical expression is equal to sensitive listening and always examines its own formulation, its sound, ...

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Peter Knudsen Eight: Sagas Of The Present

Read "Sagas Of The Present" reviewed by James Pearse


The members of the Peter Knudsen Eight, a dynamic and vibrant group of musicians led by Swedish pianist, composer and bandleader Peter Knudsen, have taken a bold step towards musical maturity with their first large ensemble recording, Sagas Of The Present. Themes as diverse as folk tales, rugged landscapes and the rich musical heritage of the ...

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Seval: 2

Read "2" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The second release of the Swedish-American quintet Seval is as surprising as its debut, I Know You (482 Music, 2011). The eight songs, all penned by American cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm, are still framed within a lyrical, acoustic- chamber setting. But now the quintet sounds as a working band comprised of equal partners, benefiting from few years ...


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