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Randy Wimer

Randy Wimer is a jazz and classical guitarist in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is active as a soloist and in various duo and band settings. He continues to pursue his 50-year career as a teacher and mentor to other musicians and teachers.

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Mathieu Soucy

UNSTABLUES GROUNDS and TRINKLE TINKLE, Mathieu’s debut singles as a leader of his jazz trio, are hitting la Toile on September 1st 6 PM ET (Youtube, Spotify, Apple music, etc.). Jeu d’ombres, Mathieu Soucy’s first incursion into the magical space out of which half- improvised music and poetry emerge and to which they both return, will be launched on September 24th under FLORAFONE RECORDS. The short suite features Montreal-based mythic vocal storyteller Sarah Rossy and bears the poetical imprint of Paul Éluard and Charles Baudelaire to whom Mathieu lends his soundboard, so as to let their conjoined light shine forth in an undistorted yet very personal manner

Stuart Redd

A Dream Come True Hi Everyone. I want to thank you for visiting the website and checking out my Contemporary Jazz and Latin music project – “Dreams To Reality.” It is the result of a very personal journey and a dream come true. For many years, I carried the inner desire to create music that would represent what was playing in my head, although I was never able to fully document or express that music until this CD. So as a result of many pieces of the puzzle falling into place along with several miracles, I am happy to present to you, the listener, my CD of original compositions. The Early Years These songs represent glimpses into my past and are the cumulative effect of the music I heard early on in my life

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Alex Moxon

Alex Moxon is a guitarist and composer from Ottawa Ontario. To date he has performed and collaborated with many stylistically far-flung Canadian music mainstays while continuing to create, refine, and release his own music. His debut album as a leader, Alex Moxon Quartet, is due to be released in 2020

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Jon Lipscomb

Guitarist/improviser and audio engineer from Baltimore based in Malmö. With a heavy emphasis on free improv, rock, noise and free jazz, he has performed in the U.S.A. and Europe and has collaborated and improvised with Brandon Lopez, Jarrett Gilgore, Anders Lindsjö, Wendel Patrick, Ole Mofjell, Jaimie Branch, Ian McColm, Amirtha Kidambi, Dave Treut, Anais Blondet, Jason Nazary, Sam Weinberg, Andrew Smiley, Luke Stewart, Zach Rowden, Lea Kurt Kotheimer, Sam Ospovat, Chris Pistiokios, Nick Jozwiak, Ola Rubin and Anders Uddeskog. Projects include Loplop, The Invisible Party, Pantagruelian Quintet, Swedish Fix, Lipscomb Quartet, Whoarfrost, Reina Terror, Windhorse, Start Again Ensemble, ad hoc and solo improvisation.

Marco Moura

azz guitarist and composer, based in London, originally from Porto, Portugal. With punk and psychdelic rock backgrounds, I've started to study jazz in 2012 in Porto. In 2018, enrolled the Jazz BA in Middlesex University in London. During these last years I've been playing with many people from the scene in Porto, working on function gigs and also with original music. In 2018 I also started to work in my original with my quartet, that has a line-up from Porto and another from London, recording an EP in London in the beginning of 2019, realising an album soon this year. In London aside from my studies he play, record and give lessons regularly

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Alex Wing

Alex Wing is a guitarist, bassist, oud player and creative musician living in Chicago. In addition to leading his own groups (Alex Wing Group, People In Trouble) He has played with Nicole Mitchell, David Boykin, Shanta Nurullah, Magic Carpet, Wanees Zarour, Hanah Jon Taylor, Douglas Ewart, Avreeayl Ra, Issa Boulos, Jeff Marx, Saalik Ziyad, and many more. Wing is a co-founder of Sonic Healing Ministries (with David Boykin, Nicole Mitchell, Joel Wanek, Ben Boye, Jayve Montgomery and Dan Godston), which has run a free improvisation jam session on the south side of Chicago on and off for almost 20 years.

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Matt Clark

Matt Clark is a guitarist/composer from London, England. His career has spanned 35 years, encompassing genres as broad as punk, alternative, jazz and blues, experimental and electronic dance music. Matt is currently working with a number of projects: Matt Clark Three – Jazz influenced grooves. Mostly instrumental. Combining a love of lo-fi loops and samples, avant-garde jazz and New York No Wave to create a sound at once old and new, Brighton based musician Matt Clark introduces new sounds for a locked down world… Phonoscene Presents – Live improvised film scores

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Gorm Askjær

Gorm Askjær is a guitarist and composer living in Aarhus, Denmark. He has a background in jazz and improvised music, but is currently working with both classically trained as well as improvising musicians, trying not to get to much caught up in speculations about genres. His music is adventourous and creates many different soundworlds, while maintaining a personal focus and tone. Compositions are written both for his own bands or individual projects, as well as comissions from others. Current bands include Gorm Askjær Trio and Gorm Askjær Secret Safari. Besides his own music Gorm is also teaching and is involved in different kinds of cultural and artistic projects, arranging concerts etc.


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