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Dental Kafka

Label: Trost Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Ape Huci Kamuy (God Of Fire By Ainu People); Dental Kafka; Koro Koro Donguri; Bonjin.

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New Music from Daniel Loomis, Mark Segger, and Theo Hill

Read "New Music from Daniel Loomis, Mark Segger, and Theo Hill" reviewed by Bob Osborne

Three featured new releases this time The new one from bassist/composer, Daniel Loomis is an evocative musical dive into an ancient, universal story exploring why bad things happen to good people, through a modern retelling of the Old Testament story of Job. Loomis brings his unique compositional voice and signature soulful bass-playing to a ...

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Daniel Rosenboom, Deep Ford, Dayna Stephens and More

Read "Daniel Rosenboom, Deep Ford, Dayna Stephens and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

The feature artist is Los Angeles trumpeter Daniel Rosenboom who stokes the fires of outrage and concern for current politics and society on his new Absurd in the Anthropocene. There are plenty of new releases from European artists: Deep Ford, the very ambitious trio of keyboardist Benoit Delbecq, saxophonist Robin Fincker and drummer Sylvain Darrifourcq, Phronesis ...

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Michael Dease's new album and a focus on Paolo Fresu

Read "Michael Dease's new album and a focus on Paolo Fresu" reviewed by Bob Osborne

This week the exceptional new record from Michael Dease is the featured album, plus we focus on trumpeter Paolo Fresu, and spin a selection of high quality jazz music. Playlist Michael Dease “Pearls" from Bonafide (Posi-tone) 00:00 Daniel Bennett Group “Loose Fitting Spare Tire" from We Are the Orchestra (Manhatten Daylight Media) 06:08 Florian Weber “From ...

A Little Bit Off The Top

Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Golondrina; Tiburòn; Slick Back.

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Giovanni di Domenico / Peter Jacquemyn / Chris Corsano: A Little Bit Off The Top

Read "A Little Bit Off The Top" reviewed by John Sharpe

Three adept protagonists in the free improv arena assemble in a multinational gathering on A Little Bit Off The Top. Both Italian pianist Giovanni Di Domenico and Belgian bassist Peter Jacquemyn are active on the Brussels scene, while American drummer Chris Corsano shares experience with the pianist of hook ups with the likes of guitarist Jim ...

Chergui

Label: Ayler Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: CD 1 - Prāņa; The Window was Camel-less; Koan n°7; Koan n°8; Koan n°9; Koan n°11; Diotime et les lions; Bi-fluoré; CD 2 – Zai; Let Sounds Be Themselves; Tema per Jan Svankmayer; Metacommentary; The Köln Concept; Koan n°6; Koan n°10; Tremebondo Mondo; Ballata dei Piedi Volanti; Chien savant; Sea Blooming; Harmattan.

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Giovanni di Domenico - Alexandra Grimal: Chergui

Read "Chergui" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

These duets by like-minded improvisers, Giovanni di Domenico (piano) and Alexandra Grimal (saxophones) were recorded over two-nights at a Paris theater, radiating classical recital hall-like sonic characteristics. Overall, these two-discs spotlight the artists' symmetrical encounters and intuitive dialogues, spanning core improvisational aspects, nouveau classical applications and jazzy choruses. Nonetheless, the musicians dig deep while interrogating each ...


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