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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.

Icaros

Label: F-IRE Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Loose In Your Atmosphere; Pointer; Smile For Us; Sphere; Ojos De La Pastora; Makarska; The Way Of The Dinosaurs; Alongside Aliens; No Umbrella; The Basement.

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Dominic J Marshall Trio: Icaros

Read "Icaros" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Just who is Dominic J Marshall? A little bit of George Shearing, a spot of Esbjorn Svensson, a modicum of Robert Glasper and a smidgeon of Neil Cowley are all present on Icaros, the second trio album from the young pianist. Lest this sounds like Marshall is a man who has yet to find his own ...


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