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Jasper Dutz

Multi-instrumentalist, gamer, and composer Jasper Dütz was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and is currently based in NYC. He began playing music at the age of seven after receiving his father’s $20 yard-sale purchased clarinet. Coming from an artistic family, he was exposed to the music of Copland, Ives, Dolphy, and Coleman(Ornette) very early on which may or may not have led to his low-key erraticism. His interest in gaming also began around this time when his friend gave him Pokémon Sapphire and a used gameboy for his 9th birthday. He began playing jazz in middle school after convincing his band teacher to let him try a baritone saxophone in exchange for singing the muppet show theme song to his classmates

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A Thousand Pebbles

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2023
Track listing: Catamaran; Bulgares; A Thousand Pebbles (Intro/Road to Recollection/The Gathering/Living Streams); The Bell from Europe; The Village Steps; Lilian; Song of the Sabia; Implicit Attitude.

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Ben Rosenblum Nebula Project: A Thousand Pebbles

Read "A Thousand Pebbles" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Ben Rosenblum's Nebula Project is a group which incorporates sounds from all over the world. Gospel, Brazilian rhythms, European folk dances, and other kinds of music all mix freely with jazz in this exciting and unpredictable set. The horn players, trumpeter Wayne Tucker and reed players Jasper Dutz and Xavier Del Castillo, all do ...

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Ben Rosenblum Nebula Project: A Thousand Pebbles

Read "A Thousand Pebbles" reviewed by Jack Bowers


This is music for the open-minded. On A Thousand Pebbles, his fourth album as leader, New York-based pianist & accordionist Ben Rosenblum's seven-member Nebula Project traverses a number of musical landscapes, from Bulgaria to Brazil, Ireland to Israel, and realms beyond, offering a pleasurable smorgasbord of contemporary jazz that is always engaging and never shopworn.

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Implicit Attitude

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2023
Duration: 4:33

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Article: Album Review

Bishu Chattopadhyay: Kolkata Stories

Read "Kolkata Stories" reviewed by Jim Trageser


Given this album's title, the fact that the leader's previous album was titled Harlem Meets Hooghly (self-produced, 2020), and even the song titles on this release, it's not unrealistic to be looking for an Indo-jazz fusion release in the vein of John McLaughlin, Warren Senders or simakDialog. But despite the Indian album and song ...

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Midnight Rickshaw with Reni

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Label: Uhsib Cisum Music
Released: 2021
Duration: 06:50

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Virtual Birdland

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Gulab Jamon; Pouvoir; Desert; Nightfall; Ana Mashoof; Samba for Carmen; Alafia; En la Oscuridad; Cimarron; Para Los Rumberos.

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Kolkata Stories

Label: Uhsib Cisum Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Midnight Rickshaw; Sonnet for Ranjon; Ustad Rashid Khan's Tree; Dusts of Fear; Mango Afternoon at Sonali and Swapan; Kolkata Stories; Balada for Bulada; Bengali Night with No Moon; Shivaji’s Harmonium; Saraswati I Two Basses.

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Arturo O'Farrill: Virtual Birdland

Read "Virtual Birdland" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Whenever an obstacle presents itself--even one as devastating and disruptive as a global pandemic--it's a sure bet that musicians will find a way around it, a way to keep making music even in the most grievous circumstances. Jazz musicians have been especially creative during the Covid-19 scourge, using social media, the internet and any other means ...


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