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Memory Streams

Label: Gondwana Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: With, Beside, Against; Signals in the Dusk; Gradient; Ways of Seeing; Memory Palace; Offset; Dissident Gardens; Double Helix; Immediately Visible.

Oneness

Label: Gondwana Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Life; Oneness; Stan's Harp; Loving Kindness; Distant Land; Stories from India; The Traveller.

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Matthew Halsall: Oneness

Read "Oneness" reviewed by Don Phipps

On Oneness, trumpeter and composer Matthew Halsall has fashioned a compendium of pieces that are fixed between spiritual meditative repose and poetry in motion. The collection of seven tone poems was recorded over three sessions in 2008 and are only in 2019 being released. In the liner notes, Halsall explains: “I've always treasured these recordings and ...

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Portico Quartet: Memory Streams

Read "Memory Streams" reviewed by Geno Thackara

If it was possible to directly sublimate lucid dreams into sound, it isn't hard to imagine the results coming out somewhat like this. Music is made to simulate that kind of loose natural flow of thoughts often enough, but it's more rare for it to capture the experience as directly and vividly as Portico Quartet do ...

Colors

Label: Gondwana Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Colors (Feat. Dwight Trible); The Creator has a Master Plan (Feat. Dwight Trible); Love is Everywhere (Feat. Dwight Trible);

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The Gondwana Orchestra: Colors

Read "Colors" reviewed by Matt Hooke

Saxophonist and composer Pharoah Sanders is often imitated but, never matched. His spiritual free-floating style, marked by his distinctive tenor saxophone tone makes him instantly recognizable. On Colors, the Gondwana Orchestra does not attempt to mimic the master, as the album does not include a single saxophonist. Instead of saxophone, the focus is on pianist Taz ...

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Noya Rao: Icaros

Read "Icaros" reviewed by Rokas Kucinskas

Something that started as a solo project by Tom Henry in his bedroom studio transformed into something much more mature: first his ideas were executed in an instrumental trio setting that eventually evolved into the vocal electronic-soul quartet--Noya Rao. What kind of music does the quartet play? The kind that Gilles Peterson is famous for." With ...

Icaros

Label: Gondwana Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Azimuth; Moments; Golden Claw; Midas; Dreaming, Pt. 1; I Feel; Same Sun Will Rise; Fly; This Time; Dreaming, Pt. 2.

Shadow Work

Label: Gondwana Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Black Sails; Wringer; Boreal Forest; Solitary Bee; Three Good Things; Living Frost; Near/Far; Straight Up Raining; Transfixed; Being Here.

Art in the Age of Automation

Label: Gondwana Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Endless; Objects to Place in a Tomb; Rushing; Art in the Age of Automation; S/2000S5; A Luminous Beam; Beyond Dialogue; RGB; Current History; Mercury Eyes; Lines Glow.


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