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Jasper Hoiby

Jasper Høiby (double bass), Ivo Neame (piano), Anton Eger (drums) Phronesis was created by Copenhagen-born London-based bassist Jasper Høiby in 2005. Phronesis’ debut album Organic Warfare was released in November 2007 on Loop Records. Organic Warfare was in the US iTunes ‘top 100 selling albums’ charts for two months following its release, and has to date, sold more than 12,000 downloads internationally. Their hotly anticipated second album Green Delay was released in June 2009. The album has met with huge critical acclaim from The Guardian, Jazzwise and The Times, with Jazzwise voting it as one of their top ten albums of 2009 and journalist Chris Parker describing it as ‘a compulsively listenable, often downright haunting album’. This success has led to Phronesis signing to impressive new UK jazz label Edition Records, for whom they recorded their third album ‘Alive’ live in March 2010 at the Forge Arts Venue in London

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Planet B

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Story of Self; Reimagine; Consciousness; Interconnectedness; Never Forgotten; The Dinosaur; We Didn’t Earn the Sun; Life Is a Gift; Never Give Up; Reimagine (outro).

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Høiby, Hart and Neame: Thinking Big

Read "Høiby, Hart and Neame: Thinking Big" reviewed by Geno Thackara


No one's ever accused the members of Phronesis of lacking imagination. This isn't the space to talk about that particular trio, as it comes during a gap in the action, but two of its members concurrently demonstrate that they're just as restless even in some very different contexts. Jasper Høiby Planet B ...

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Article: Radio

Daniel Rosenboom, Deep Ford, Dayna Stephens and More

Read "Daniel Rosenboom, Deep Ford, Dayna Stephens and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


The feature artist is Los Angeles trumpeter Daniel Rosenboom who stokes the fires of outrage and concern for current politics and society on his new Absurd in the Anthropocene. There are plenty of new releases from European artists: Deep Ford, the very ambitious trio of keyboardist Benoit Delbecq, saxophonist Robin Fincker and drummer Sylvain Darrifourcq, Phronesis ...

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Article: Album Review

Phronesis: We Are All

Read "We Are All" reviewed by Geno Thackara


You never know where Phronesis will turn next, but you can count on something inventive, surprising, and still true to the identity that's made them one of the premier piano trios on the world stage. They've racked up an impressive round of extracurriculars since their previous original outing Parallax (Edition, 2016): the left-field crossover The Behemoth ...

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Article: In Pictures

Jazz dans la Nuit at The Montreal International Jazz Festival 2018

Read "Jazz dans la Nuit at The Montreal International Jazz Festival 2018" reviewed by Dave Kaufman


Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4jny: Montreal is a city known for its beautiful historic churches and cathedrals. Église du Gesù, a magnificent church situated in the heart of downtown Montreal, opened its doors in 1865. The basement in the church has housed an amphitheater dedicated to the arts ...

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Article: Album Review

Jakob Sorensen: Nomad

Read "Nomad" reviewed by Nick Davies


Scandinavian jazz has always found its strength in its musicians like Jakob Bro, who is a guitarist and has worked with such names as Bill Frisell but is also band leader in his own right; as well as double bassist Jasper Hoiby, who leads the critically acclaimed band Phronesis while being an in demand sideman. Young ...

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Jasper Høiby: Fellow Creatures

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Folk Song; Fellow Creatures; World Of Contradictions; Little Song For Mankind; Song For The Bees; Tangible; Collective Spaces; Suddenly Everyone; Before; Plastic Island.

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Fellow Creatures

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Folk Song; Fellow Creatures; World Of Contradictions; Little Song For Mankind; Song For The Bees; Tangible; Collective Spaces; Suddenly Everyone; Before; Plastic Island.

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Article: Year in Review

Phil Barnes' Best Releases of 2016

Read "Phil Barnes' Best Releases of 2016" reviewed by Phil Barnes


It was tempting to view the events of 2016 in apocalyptic terms--even leaving politics to one side, the succession of beloved entertainers falling to the Grim Reaper was a salutary reminder of the limits of our own mortality. Some saw this as a sign of something ending, a watershed and not in a good way, but ...


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