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Article: Radio

Enrique Haneine, Antonio Borghini and Adam Hopkins

Read "Enrique Haneine, Antonio Borghini and Adam Hopkins" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Drummer Enrique Haneine is back with a new recording, The Mind's Mural, and a quartet that paints some very powerful pictures in this week's episode of One Man's Jazz. Another drummer, Carlos Lopez from Spain, contributes music from two different recordings, while Italian bassist Antonio Borghini tops that with music from three different groups and recordings ...

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Super Kasper

Label: WhyPlayJazz
Released: 2013
Track listing: Musik; Läuft; Lufthafen; Suburbia Surreal; De 12 Bud; Odpowiednio; Isst doch Wurst; Booze; Fünf Sechs alte Keks; Led Right, Gleen Right; Alles klar, Herr Kommandant.

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Article: Album Review

FUSK: Super Kasper

Read "Super Kasper" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


How does a band introduce freedom to its music? Does the band play free jazz or, to paraphrase saxophonist Joe Lovano, does it play its jazz free? Danish Drummer and leader of the Danish-German quartet FUSK, Kasper Tom Christiansen's, answer to this question is simple: “Who cares?" FUSK defines its own freedom, between contrapuntal springboard melodies, ...

Album

Fusk

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2011

Album

FUSK

Label: WhyPlayJazz
Released: 2011

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News: Recording

New Release: Fusk by Kasper Tom Christiansen, Andreas Lang, Philipp Gropper and Rudi Mahall

FUSK—that is Kasper Tom Christiansen (Kran, QUARTz), Andreas Lang (QUARTz, a la Cour), Philipp Gropper (Hyperaktive Kid, Philm) and Rudi Mahall (Der Rote Bereich, Globe Unity Orchestra)—shine with their witty way of playing and their inventiveness. The quartet covers a broad spectrum, from catchy melodies to complex structures and the expressive deconstruction of patterns. One moment ...


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