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Broede Schirmer Unit: Berlin, Germany

Read "Berlin, Germany" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Listeners continually on the search for new instrumental configurations in jazz would be well-advised to check out the Broede Schirmer Unit. On the one hand, these four Berlin-based musicians walk in well-trodden territory, with a commitment to working within both composed and free musical forms; bassist Jan Roder and drummer Bernd Oezsevim have extensive experience in ...

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Mia Zabelka & Glen Hall: The Quantum Violin

Read "The Quantum Violin" reviewed by John Eyles


The Covid period has been kind to the extraordinary Austrian violinist and vocalist Mia Zabelka. Not only did she record and issue the much-praised album Aftershock (Subcontinental, 2021) in the company of extreme metal bassist and guitarist Arun Natarajan (aka Icos Tech) from India, and guest US trumpeter Joshua Trinidad, she also recorded The Quantum Violin ...

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Glow

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Glow; Wilderness; Tide of Passion; Heart Core; Inner Sense.

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Pliable

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Supple; Malleable; The Whippy; Elastic; Ductile; Pliant.

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Berlin, Germany

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Prominent Promenade on Planufer; Two im Monbijou; Viktoria Goes Parking; Sommerfrische Humboldt; Please Cross at Kaisersteg!; West Ending.

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The Quantum Violin

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Quantum Violin #1; The Quantum Violin #2; The Quantum Violin #3; The Quantum Violin #4; The Quantum Violin #5; The Quantum Violin #6; The Quantum Violin #7; The Quantum Violin #8; The Quantum Violin #9; The Quantum Violin #10; The Quantum Violin #11; The Quantum Violin #12; The Quantum Violin #13; The Quantum Violin #14 – For Pauline Oliveros.

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Microcosmo

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Sfere celesti, Instant I: Cosmos voices, Instant II: Visioni, Instant III: Torbidi risvegli, Fragments, Infanzie alterate (Freud), Ritual, Origins

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Francois Carrier: Glow

Read "Glow" reviewed by John Eyles


As is true of countless other players, the output of French-Canadian saxophonist Francois Carrier took a nosedive after the arrival of covid-19 and lockdown. Where he had been averaging two album releases a year, Glow is his first release since Japan Suite (NoBusiness) which was released eighteen months before, in May 2020. In addition, Carrier's globe-trotting ...

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In Layers: Pliable

Read "Pliable" reviewed by John Sharpe


Working on-the-fly, improv outfit In Layers collectively orders timbral maneuvers into captivating momentum on Pliable, its second outing following the eponymous debut (FMR, 2016). The cast remains unchanged, the Portuguese pair of guitarist Marcelo Dos Reis and trumpeter Luis Vicente, being supplemented by Dutch drummer Onno Govaert and Amsterdam-based Icelandic pianist Kristjan Martinsson. Dos ...

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And Now

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Well Then; Whatsoever; Finally.


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