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Ike Sturm

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ENSEMBLE BIOGRAPHY - Integrating jazz and world rhythms in richly textured original music, the New York-based Ike Sturm Ensemble fuses diverse influences into a unified, contemporary style. The unique voices of each of its ten improvising members speak to audiences within a saturated environment of original artwork painted by artist and clarinetist Madeline Sturm to complement the sound and form of the music. A grant from the Eastman School of Music in 2001 provided an opportunity for the group’s first multimedia performance of "Spirit," a three-movement suite by Ike Sturm. "Reflect" (Live DVD" 2003) is a through-composed six-part suite using paintings, photographs and projected images to convey symmetry in God’s creation

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The Uncertainty of Signs

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Track listing: When the Whirlwind Fades Out; Tres Bocio; Grayscale; Locusts Circumference; Marble Staircase; Gold & God; Spiral Solutions; Bulk Flow; Another Butterfly Ordeal; Cosmos; In Your Arms, Familiar.

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Releases Plus Women Driven Jazz From Terri Lyne Carrington's Book New Standards Vol. 1

Read "New Releases Plus Women Driven Jazz From Terri Lyne Carrington's Book New Standards Vol. 1" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast presents new vocal releases from Samara Joy, Melissa Stylianou, Sonica (Nicole Zuraitis, Thana Alexa, Julia Adamy), and Kate Baker & Vic Juris, with birthday shoutouts to blues legend Koko Taylor, pianists Emily Takahashi, Hyuna Park, Carolina Calvache and vocalists Melissa Stylianou, Laila Biali, among others. Also Part I of music selections from Terri Lyne ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Kresten Osgood, Ronnie Foster, Melissa Stylianou, Ghost Horse & More New Releases

Read "Kresten Osgood, Ronnie Foster, Melissa Stylianou, Ghost Horse & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


An Hammond B-3onanza! Ronnie Foster is back, with a reissue of Two-Headed Freap and the first new album in almost four decades, Reboot, and so is the Gentle Giant of Danish jazz drummer-turned-Hammond player Kresten Osgood. A compare and contrast between Gerald Clayton and Melissa Stylianou, Gene Bertoncini and Ike Sturm, as well the new gems ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Jared Schonig's Two Takes

Read "Jared Schonig's Two Takes" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Drummer Jared Schonig has tried something different on his first recording as a leader. He has released two albums featuring the same eight original compositions played in two different settings, one with a quintet and one with a big band. The drive and muscular rhythmic pulse of his writing come through in both configurations.

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Gullfoss

Label: Little Mystery Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Migration; Indian Pacific; Waratah; Silver Point; Killarney; Seven Miles; Laneway; Gullfoss.

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Article: Album Review

Nadje Noordhuis: Gullfoss

Read "Gullfoss" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


There's a beyond-category beauty emanating from trumpeter Nadje Noordhuis' Gullfoss. Recorded live at Musig im Pflegidach in Switzerland, inspired by the splendors of nature in their many forms, and showcasing the breathtaking work of an incomparable ensemble, it plays like a warm and inviting refuge for the ears and soul. Painting aural pictures ...

Article: Album Review

Ike Sturm - Jesse Lewis: Alive in the Wilderness

Read "Alive in the Wilderness" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Sono trascorsi più di 50 anni da quando Paul Horn pubblicò Inside the Taj Mahal registrando sotto la cupola del famoso tempio indiano. All'alba degli anni settanta nacquero di Oregon e nella metà di quel decennio William Ackerman fondò a Palo Alto l'etichetta Windham Hill, dando vita a un filone che avrà molte diramazioni e un'infinità ...

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Alive in the Wilderness

Label: Biophilia Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Life on Earth; Wind; The Well; Fire; Zim; Spirit; Old Man; Creature; Heart; Water; Wolfhead; Air; Dance of the Bee; Dust; White Pond Sun; Moon; Prayer for the Earth.

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Article: Album Review

Endless Field: Alive in the Wilderness

Read "Alive in the Wilderness" reviewed by Geno Thackara


It would have been simple enough just to evoke the feel and mood of various nature spots, but Endless Field--Ike Sturm and Jesse Lewis--would rather show us that there's nothing like being there. Alive in the Wilderness was recorded in precisely that way, in a series of places through the desert of southwestern Utah, with all ...


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