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Ivo Perelman


The natural affinity of music and visual art has rarely ever been expressed as vividly as in the visual imagery created by noted jazz saxophonist, Ivo Perelman. Born 12/01/1961 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, he came to the United States in 1981 to pursue a musical career. He has performed to great acclaim in jazz festivals and concerts around the world and has recorded 26 CDs. His music, a unique form of free jazz, translates itself into the striking Abstract Expressionism of his painted imagery. Just as his music evolves out of his liberation from musical convention, his imagery dispenses with traditional artistic conventions and expresses the raw energy which creates each painting


Magic Dust

Label: Mahakala Music
Released: 2022
Track listing: Impromptu; The Way Of The Magician; Cardician; Magic Dust.


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Charles Mingus, Luke Stewart-Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet & David Binney

Read "Charles Mingus, Luke Stewart-Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet & David Binney" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

An extended piece (actually they all are) from Charles Mingus' The Lost Album From Ronnie Scott's is a definite highlight this week, as is the new release from bassist Luke Stewart and sitarist Jarvis Earnshaw. David Binney's new Tomorrow's Journey gets some added bounce from a crew of young L.A. hotshots, NY drummer John Sturino chips ...


Article: Album Review

Whit Dickey Quartet: Astral Long Form: Staircase In Space

Read "Astral Long Form: Staircase In Space" reviewed by Mark Corroto

As leader of the Whit Dickey Quartet, the drummer placed total faith in his bandmates for this studio session. The accompanying materials quote Dickey, “I asked them all to not think of time too much; I just wanted them to play, not to follow me or each other." Was that instruction made out of confidence or ...


Article: Album Review

Ivo Perleman Quartet: Magic Dust

Read "Magic Dust" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

On all his recordings, the accomplished improviser and saxophonist Ivo Perelman is known for building seamless rapport with his side musicians, regardless of whether he has a long- standing relationship or is newly collaborating with them. The stimulating and often mellifluous Magic Dust superbly demonstrates this synergy and the individual innovative skills of the band members. ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Sounds, Different Directions

Read "New Sounds, Different Directions" reviewed by Bob Osborne

Featured on this week's show new material from talented guitarist Tassos Spiliotopoulos, cutting edge piano trio explorations from Mostly Other People Do The Killing, great new improvisations from Adam Nolan's trio and Massimo Magee with a variety of different partners. There's also a brand new release from Diego Rivera plus a couple of new albums featuring ...


Article: Album Review

Chad Fowler / Matthew Shipp: Old Stories

Read "Old Stories" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Call it kismet, karma, astral influence or just plain luck, but when two musicians instantaneously click upon meeting, magic happens. Indeed, that was the case with the coming together of saxophonist Chad Fowler and pianist Matthew Shipp. The New York-based Shipp is ,of course, well known to adventurous listeners from his solo and trio recordings, plus ...


Article: Album Review

Brandon Lopez, Ingrid Laubrock and Tom Rainey: No Es La Playa

Read "No Es La Playa" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Saxophonist Ingrid Laubrock and drummer Tom Rainey have made dozens of recordings together, both as a duo and with countless others. But when they teamed up with bassist Brandon Lopez for the first time in 2017, for a live show at Barbès in Brooklyn, all three players recognized that there was something special about their collective ...


Article: Album Review

Michael Bisio: Inimitable

Read "Inimitable" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Bassist and composer Michael Bisio has appeared on more than one hundred recordings, including numerous appearances with Tomas Ulrich, Ivo Perelman, Joe McPhee, and a regular partnership with Matthew Shipp. More than a dozen of his albums feature the bassist as a leader or co-leader but only one, Travel Music (Self-produced, 2011) has been a solo ...


Special Edition Box: Procedural Language

Label: SMP
Released: 2021
Track listing: Track 1; Track 2; Track 3; Track 4; Track 5; Track 6; Track 7; Track 8; Track 9; Track 10; Track 11; Track 12;


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