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Flux

Label: Mythology Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Tightrope; Complimentary Opposites; Mind's Ear I; Mind's Ear II; Astral Echo Poem; Titled.

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Label: Mythology Records
Released: 2016
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Quinsin Nachoff: Flux

Read "Flux" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Canadian-reared, New York City-based saxophonist Quinsin Nachoff summons a meeting of some very bright musical minds on this stirring quartet date. Rounded out by heralded modern era musicians, saxophonist David Binney, keyboardist Matt Mitchell and drummer Kenny Wolleson, the band erects a cunning bridge between structured and melodic thematic ventures with traditional jazz values and free-flowing ...

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Quinsin Nachoff: Flux

Read "Flux" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Listening to Flux by saxophonist Quinsin Nachoff, it's easy to see in your mind's eye the DNA double helix beautifully spinning in the dark space of the human cell. That's because Nachoff composes tight, complex chamber pieces, seemingly delicate in structure, but able to withstand the attack of the jazz infantry. Nachoff's training and ...

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Quinsin Nachoff: Flux

Read "Flux" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Saxophonist Quinsin Nachoff sounds right at home on Mythology Records--saxophonist/producer/provocateur David Binney's label. Everything on Mythology has a intensity and modernity, a brashness and in-your-face confidence of delivery, whether it's Binney as the leader, or on sets headed up by pianists John Escreet or Edward Simon, or Quinsin Nachoff. Flux is Nachoff's debut on ...

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Peninsulator

Label: Jazzaway
Released: 2010
Track listing: Albino African Endangered Rhino; How To Greet The Big Cheese; Peninsulator; Forget It, It's Chinatown; And How To Heal The Upper Nest; Trance And Dental; Descent Of The Cosmuc Bullfrog; These Are The Pixie Graveyards; The Black Sheep Of Changing The Subject; Sight.

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Flux: Peninsulator

Read "Peninsulator" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Any band setting out to make a debut recording these days has a potentially inexhaustible number of influences from which to draw upon. Consequently, it is increasingly difficult to sound unlike anybody else. Flux, whose members attend Copenhagen's Rhythmic Music Conservatory, has produced a recording with echoes of progressive rock, classical chamber music and post-modern jazz ...

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Flux: Peninsulator

Read "Peninsulator" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


Uniting musicians from several parts of Europe, Copenhagen-based band Flux has the kind of restless cosmopolitan energy that its name seems to suggest. On Peninsulator the group plays its very own brand of postmodern jazz, referencing a wealth of styles from post-bop to classical, rock, and world music, while still being able to forge its own ...

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FLUX

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Entrance; Be Careful What You Might Wish For; Vacant; Contextual; Vadalfjoll; Beyond The Abyss; Verdant; Flux; Evolution; Cantus; If You Ask Me; New England Memories; Pensive; Other Room


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