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Henry Cole

Drummer Henry Cole is at the forefront of a growing wave of jazz innovation and cross-cultural rhythm in the 21st century. With his flexibility, grace and sheer power behind the drum kit, he has proven indispensable to the sound of some of the world’s most acclaimed jazz groups, including the Grammy-nominated Miguel Zenón Quartet (Awake, Esta Plena, Alma Adentro]), Grammy winner David Sánchez (Cultural Survival), the Edward Simon Trio, and the all-star quartet “90 Miles” featuring Sánchez, Stefon Harris and Christian Scott. Henry is also asserting himself as leader of the Afro-Beat Collective, which releases its debut album Roots Before Branches in 2012

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Morning Song

Label: Adhyaropa Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: 1. Morning Song, 2. El De Lun, 3. Bass Interlude, 4. Hodgman, 5. June 25th, 6. Blue Quokka Performers: Matt Aronoff (bass), Jason Rigby (tenor sax), Yago Vazquez (Frender Rhodes), Henry Cole (drums)

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Musica De Las Americas

Label: Miel Music
Released: 2022
Track listing: Tainos Y Caribes; Navegando (Las Estrella Nos Guian); Opresion Y Revolucion; Imperios; Venas Abiertas; Bambula; America, El Coninente; Antillano.

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Tainos y Caribes

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Label: Miel Music
Released: 2022
Duration: 7:16

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

John Scofield, Koma Saxo, Elias Stemeseder, Biréli Lagrène & More New Releases

Read "John Scofield, Koma Saxo, Elias Stemeseder, Biréli Lagrène & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


In this segment several projects featuring the restless Swedish bassist Petter Eldh, solo projects by guitar masters and a young piano virtuoso, interesting combinations of forward looking jazz and strings, & more.Happy listening!PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Koma Saxo, Sofja Jernberg “Lo Ve Ko Ma" ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Nikara Warren, Ill Considered, BADBADNOTGOOD, Henry Cole, Chip Wickham & Other New Releases

Read "Nikara Warren, Ill Considered, BADBADNOTGOOD, Henry Cole, Chip Wickham & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


From Nikara Warren to Makaya McCraven; from Melanie Charles to Brandee Younger; from BADBADNOTGOOD to Ill Considered... a playlist replete with some of the most happening projects of the moment. Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Makaya McCraven “Black Rhythm Happening" Deciphering the Message (Blue Note) 0:16 ...

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Article: Interview

Gabriel Vicéns: A Growing Voice In Jazz

Read "Gabriel Vicéns: A Growing Voice In Jazz" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


Guitarist Gabriel Vicéns from Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, has only been on the New York City scene for about five years. But his rich tone and engaging style have gained him a reputation—still growing—as a remarkable voice and an artist with something valid to say. He's not a guitar shredder, though he has plenty of ...

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Article: Catching Up With

Miguel Zenon Celebrates Sonero!

Read "Miguel Zenon Celebrates Sonero!" reviewed by Corey Hall


As the song's lyrics about freedom were sung, the child's conscience consumed them whole. This child, ten years young at the time, had never heard the singer, Ismael Rivera, or the song, “Las Tumbas," before, but, three decades later, this initial impression remains in Miguel Zenon's memory. “I was taken by the song's overall ...

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Article: Album Review

Miguel Zenon: Sonero: The Music of Ismael Rivera

Read "Sonero: The Music of Ismael Rivera" reviewed by Mark Corroto


It is not possible to listen to Sonero: The Music of Ismael Rivera by alto saxophonist Miguel Zenón without triggering thoughts of another altoist, Charlie Parker. Like Parker, Zenón has that quicksilver processing of thought and expression, but more relevant is that both artists can render any style of music into the jazz idiom. Where Parker ...

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News: Recording

Brazilian Bassist Marcos Milagres Releases His First Album As A Leader

Brazilian Bassist Marcos Milagres Releases His First Album As A Leader

The album is entitled Feira (Portuguese for Street Market). As the name suggests, the music portrays a mix of scents and colors from great Brazilian masters like Hermeto Pascoal, Egberto Gismonti, Antonio Carlos Jobim and its interaction with jazz improvisation and the rhythms and sounds of the American continents. His electric bass performance is pushed to ...


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