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The Organ Grinder

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2017
Track listing: Open The Gate; You Are Old, Father William; Funambule; The Woods; Calcutta Cutie; LORA; Bicycle Day; Inferno Pt. 1; Shapeshifter; Always Go Left in the Maze; Om.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Free Nelson Mandoomjazz: The Organ Grinder

Read "The Organ Grinder" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Search as far and wide as you like but you won't find any one band that sounds like Edinburgh, Scotland's Free Nelson Mandoomjazz. You CAN find about eight, though: Their sprawling, monstrous “doomjazz" combines harmonic and rhythmic streams from various free jazz and heavy metal schools, including and especially Black Sabbath, Albert Ayler, Electric Wizard, Sonny ...

ARTICLE: FROM THE INSIDE OUT

Sometimes Jazz Takes Guts

Read "Sometimes Jazz Takes Guts" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Brownout Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath II Ubiquity Records 2016 Brownout bandleader and guitarist Adrian Quesada listened to a lot of different music, including blood-curdling heavy metal monsters Black Sabbath, while growing up in South Texas. Even while creating original music more reflective of their Mexican and American funk, ...

Awakening of a Capital

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2015
Track listing: Sunn Ra; The Stars Unseen; The Land of Heat and Greed; Poking the Bear; The Pillars of Dagon; Erich Zann; Slay the Light; Beneath the Sea.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Free Nelson Mandoomjazz: Awakening of a Capital

Read "Awakening of a Capital" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

Questo trio di musicisti scozzesi, basato in Edinburgo, è salito recentemente alla ribalta con due EP pubblicati da una etichetta indipendente, con titoli che rimandavano esplicitamente a Ornette Coleman (The Shape of Doomjazz to Come) e Sonny Rollins (Saxophone Giganticus), e una musica che ai riferimenti jazzistici aggiungeva quelli a Black Sabbath e Domenico Scarlatti, mescolando ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Free Nelson MandoomJazz Presents New Full-Length Album, Awakening Of A Capital, On RareNoiseRecords

Free Nelson MandoomJazz Presents New Full-Length Album, Awakening Of A Capital, On RareNoiseRecords

Hot on the heels of their debut Double EP The Shape Of DoomJazz To Come / Saxophone Giganticus Scottish doom-jazz trio Free Nelson MandoomJazz are back with their first full-length album, Awakening Of A Capital. In the time that has passed since the release of their first double EP on RareNoiseRecords, Free Nelson MandoomJazz have gone ...

The Shape of Doomjazz to Come / Saxophone Giganticus

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2014
Track listing: Where My Soul Can Be Free; Into the Sky; The Masque of the Red Death; No One Fucking Posts to the UAE; K54; Saxophone Giganticus; Black Sabbath.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Free Nelson Mandoomjazz: The Shape of Doomjazz to Come / Saxophone Giganticus

Read "The Shape of Doomjazz to Come / Saxophone Giganticus" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Free Nelson Mandoomjazz is one hellacious trio led by Rebecca Sneddon on alto saxophone with bassist Colin Stewart and a bone-crunching drummer credited only as Archibald, and herewith explodes onto the global music scene with a single-disc that pairs their EPsThe Shape of Doomjazz to Come and Saxophone Giganticus. From their base in Edinburgh ...


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