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Funcall

Label: Extreme (Australia)
Released: 2009
Track listing: Tagbody; Block; Gensym; Gethash; Dribble.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Antripodean Collective: Funcall

Read "Funcall" reviewed by Henry Smith

The Antripodean Collective is a quartet of four Australians seeking their own niche in the world of freely improvised jazz. Relinquishing dissonant pyrotechnics in favor of carefully placed event-driven moments, the group nods toward the AACM's spatial framework while still managing to carve out its own place in the improvisational landscape. The ...

The Garden Of Forking Paths

Label: Extreme (Australia)
Released: 2007
Track listing: Sauna Twins; G.E.B.; Pure Evil; All Booze; I'll Go Down...; Head Check; 222 1/2; What Was That?

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marc Hannaford: The Garden of Forking Paths

Read "The Garden of Forking Paths" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Named after a famous short story by Argentinean writer and poet Jorge Luis Borges, Melbourne-based, twenty-five year-old Australian pianist Marc Hannaford uses a labyrinth-like model, similar to the stories of his namesake, to construct this impressive debut . Hannaford, together with some of the best improvisers in Australia--trumpeter Scott Tinkler, drummer Ken Edie and bassist Phillip ...


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