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Joe Lovano: Finding New Adventures

Read "Joe Lovano: Finding New Adventures" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


The loss of gig and the accompanying income stream, caused by the insidious and evil coronavirus, has hurt musicians across all genres. It has separated them from friends and band mates, from projects and from going to special places--physically and artistically. Coping with it is the order of the day. It has created some dark moments ...

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Rhiannon Giddens & Francesco Turrisi: Trading Comforts

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While Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi are often billed as a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, respectively, on their latest Nonesuch release, They're Calling Me Home, those categorizations are interchangeable. To be sure, Giddens' voice is a central pillar of the album's tent-like structure, into which she and Turrisi invite lifetimes' worth of emotional timelines. But her viola ...

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Arlo Bigazzi e Chiara Cappelli e la ricerca transmediale Majakovskij!

Read "Arlo Bigazzi e Chiara Cappelli e la ricerca transmediale Majakovskij!" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Il compositore e bassista Arlo Bigazzi, assieme al fratello Giampiero una delle colonne dell'etichetta discografica indipendente Materiali Sonori, è autore di numerosi lavori originali nei quali fonde molteplici riferimenti musicali, talvolta anche intrecciando la musica con altre forme artistiche, come nel caso del recente Tribæ Soundtrack, “colonna sonora" per l'omonima graphic novel del disegnatore Luca Brandi. ...

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Miroslav Tadić: Macedonian Soul

Read "Miroslav Tadić: Macedonian Soul" reviewed by Katrina Yang


Born in Yugoslavia, Miroslav Tadić is an internationally acclaimed guitarist, composer, improviser, and educator residing in California, USA. Artist extraordinaire, Tadić never stops pushing the boundaries of music through his adaptation of sound techniques on both acoustic and electric guitar. In pursuit of his dream, Miroslav Tadić came to the US in 1979. Macedonian ...

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Arthur Hnatek: On putting the EDM into Jazz & making acoustic music with electronic appeal

Read "Arthur Hnatek: On putting the EDM into Jazz & making acoustic music with electronic appeal" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Miles Davis and like-minded free-spirited vanguards of his day opened jazz up to countless influences during one of the genre's heydays in the late '60s and early '70s. Ever since, the boundaries of jazz have been broken down more radically, disseminated and increasingly blended with everything from current trends in popular music to classical music and ...

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Interview: Lucy Yeghiazaryan

Interview: Lucy Yeghiazaryan

I discovered Lucy Yeghiazaryan by accident a month or so ago. I was flying through Facebook before turning in for the night and there she was, singing away. I was most struck by her 1950s phrasing. She clearly had done quite a bit of intensive listening. I also was curious about her Armenian past and how ...

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Logan Richardson: On Afrofuturism and finding Mom

Read "Logan Richardson: On Afrofuturism and finding Mom" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


As the twenty-first century takes its course, a jazz musician's musical path seems to be becoming less and less linear. Derivatives of genres, shifting technological approaches and possibilities as well as a growing amount of proactivist political and social advocacy are increasingly gaining passage into this century's art form with deep American roots. In ...

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Dominique Fils-Aimé: The Power of Change

Read "Dominique Fils-Aimé: The Power of Change" reviewed by Serena Antinucci


Dominique Fils-Aimé is one of the most interesting revelations of contemporary jazz and soul, a unique artist. Her discographic journey with Ensoul Records began in 2018 with Nameless , continued with Stay Tuned! in 2019 (which earned her a Juno Award for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year, Canada's equivalent of a Grammy Award) and ended ...

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Luigi Bozzolan: Nella direzione di Luca Flores

Read "Luigi Bozzolan: Nella direzione di Luca Flores" reviewed by Paolo Marra


Il libro Luca Flores—Uomo, Musicista, Artista (Casa Editoriale Terre Sommerse) di Luigi Bozzolan ritrae in maniera appassionata una delle figure più significative, ma dall'altra parte meno approfondite dal punto di vista musicale, del jazz italiano. Il racconto arricchito da argute analisi di brani, testimonianze di amici, colleghi e familiari, materiale fotografico, appunti inediti, disegni e poesie ...

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Dominique Fils-Aimé: Il Potere del Cambiamento

Read "Dominique Fils-Aimé: Il Potere del Cambiamento" reviewed by Serena Antinucci


Dominique Fils-Aimé è una delle più interessanti rivelazioni del jazz e del soul contemporaneo, un'artista unica. Il suo percorso discografico è iniziato nel 2018 con Nameless, è continuato con Stay Tuned! nel 2019 (che le è valso un Juno Award come “Vocal Jazz Album of the Year," l'equivalente canadese di un Grammy Award) e si è ...


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