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W

Label: Evil Rabbit Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Wilcumestowe; Work and Wild.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Trio Blurb: W

Read "W" reviewed by John Eyles

Trio Blurb--the combination of Maggie Nichols' voice, Mia Zabelka's violin and voice, and John Russell's guitar--first came together in 2010 at the Alpenglow II--Styria meets UK festival in London. In June 2011 they played together at The Vortex, where the guitarist hosts his long-running monthly improv music club, Mopomoso. The results of that Vortex performance were ...

The Core Trio Live, featuring Matthew Shipp

Label: Evil Rabbit Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Before the Break; After the Break.

Bartleby The Scrivener

Label: Evil Rabbit Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: I Would Prefere Not To; Nippers; Motionless Young Man; Turkey; The Easiest Is the Best; Gingernut; Bartleby, The Scrivener; I Know Where I Am; The Lawyer; Ambition and Indigestion; Ah, Humanity!

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Core Trio featuring Matthew Shipp: The Core Trio Live, featuring Matthew Shipp

Read "The Core Trio Live, featuring Matthew Shipp" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

What we have here is no-nonsense free improvisation where the track titles are chronologically functional but the music has a mind of its own. This is the Core Trio, who in direct opposition to that kind of pragmatic naming convention, have consistently performed and recorded as a small combo with an additional guest. Robert Boston, Steve ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fiorenzo Bodrato, Stefano Battaglia, Andrea Massaria, Massimiliano Furia: Bartleby The Scrivener

Read "Bartleby The Scrivener" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Sebbene sia stato registrato ormai quasi cinque anni fa e sia uscito nel 2013, questo lavoro in quartetto, ispirato all'inquietante e bellissimo racconto lungo di Herman Melville, merita ampiamente di essere preso in considerazione: si tratta infatti di un un disco complessivamente strepitoso, davvero un piccolo capolavoro. La formazione, che mette a frutto il ...

Rotations

Label: Evil Rabbit Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Resting Crows; Birdcages; Interlude I; Rotations; Interlude II; Lifts and Escalators; Inside; Passing By.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sequoia: Rotations

Read "Rotations" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Sequoia is an international, Berlin-based double bass quartet comprised of German Meinard Kneer, active on both the Dutch and Berlin improvisation scenes and the founder of Evil Rabbit Records; Klaus Kürvers, who initiated this project, a former architect and cultural historian and another player of the Berlin improvised scene; Canadian Miles Perkin, a frequent collaborator of ...

Give No Quarter

Label: Evil Rabbit Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Anacrusis; Eurus; Give no quarter; Zephyrus; Late preamble; Song for our predecessors; Specific gravity; Notus; Logical consistency; Tale of the bewildered bee; Complementary progress; Fundamental ambush; Boreas.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ab Baars / Meinard Kneer / Bill Elgart: Give No Quarter

Read "Give No Quarter" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Dutch reeds master Ab Baars and German double bassist Meinard Kneer began to work as a duo and recorded an acclaimed album, Windfall (Evil Rabbit, 2010). While playing a gig in 2010 at the Bimhuis Club in Amsterdam, the duo hosted veteran American drummer Bill Elgart, known for his collaborations with Paul Bley and Lee Konitz, ...


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