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Jasper Høiby

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Anat Cohen, Mal Waldron, Roberto Ottaviano, Trevor Dunn & More New Releases

Read "Anat Cohen, Mal Waldron, Roberto Ottaviano, Trevor Dunn & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Music by, or inspired by, Charles Mingus, Mal Waldron, Brazil, Humanity... and the Convulsionaries... To know more... click on the embedded player and happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Anat Cohen “Boa Tarde Povo" Quartetinho (Anzic) 0:16 Host talks 5:08 Roberto Ottaviano, Alexander Hawkins “Hobo Ho" ...

Album

Where the Streets Lead

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: You Are the Truth; Where the Streets Lead; Lost Orbits; The Afternoon of Human Life; Widest Possible Aperture; Illuminate; Feels Like Fiction; A Force for Good.

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Article: Live Review

Amersfoort World Jazz Festival 2021

Read "Amersfoort World Jazz Festival 2021" reviewed by Martin Longley


Amersfoort World Jazz Festival Amersfoort, Netherlands August 9-15, 2021 As with so many festivals during the last 18 months, the Amersfoort World Jazz Festival was forced to concentrate on local talent. Although steering away from big name international visitors, this summer edition offered a prime opportunity to familiarise our ears ...

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Article: Album Review

Slowly Rolling Camera: Where the Streets Lead

Read "Where the Streets Lead" reviewed by Geannine Reid


Slowly Rolling Camera is a jazz ensemble. Its core is pianist-composer Dave Stapleton, producer Deri Roberts, vocalist-lyricist Dionne Bennett, and drummer Elliot Bennett. Their newest album Where the Streets Lead is a follow-up to their acclaimed album, Juniper (Edition Records, 2018). The album presents eight tracks with a large ensemble, including an 8-piece string section and ...

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Article: Live Review

Gent Jazz 2021

Read "Gent Jazz 2021" reviewed by Martin Longley


Gent Jazz Bijloke, Gent Belgium July 12-18 2021 Last year, the Gent Jazz festival operated with a 400-person audience capacity, and presented a very successful 10-day season, albeit highlighting Belgian acts, and with no lumbering large-fee, big-ticket-sales American bands allowed. The 2021 edition still wasn't able ...

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Article: Album Review

Slowly Rolling Camera: Where the Streets Lead

Read "Where the Streets Lead" reviewed by Chris May


You might imagine jazz musicians are well suited to run record companies, for risk taking and creativity are fundamental to both activities. Mostly, however, musician-led labels have unhappy histories. Either the musician is not from the top drawer and their A&R skills suffer accordingly; or they lack the administrative skills to run a business enterprise effectively. ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Phronesis Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

Read "Phronesis Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam" reviewed by BIMHUIS


This energetic formation from London gives a futuristic twist to the jazz formula of piano, bass and drums. 'A killer live band' (The Guardian). Everything and everyone in the universe is interconnected: this is what Phronesis want to communicate with the album We Are All, the current highlight of their oeuvre according to de ...

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Article: Album Review

Malija - Mark Lockheart Jasper Høiby Liam Noble: Instinct

Read "Instinct" reviewed by Roger Farbey


This is Malija's successor to their 2015 debut album The Day I Had Everything. The trio first played together on Mark Lockheart's album but that was in a quintet configuration with trumpet and drums. The three protagonists in this affair are now very well-known on the European jazz scene. Mark Lockheart, an alumnus of Loose Tubes, ...

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Article: Album Review

Phronesis; Julian Argüelles; Frankfurt Radio Big Band: The Behemoth

Read "The Behemoth" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Julian Argüelles needs no lessons on how to arrange for a big band since cutting his teeth with the 1980s jazz phenomenon Loose Tubes, later joining Chris McGregor's legendary Brotherhood Of Breath. He also has recorded over a dozen albums under his name and subsequently leading several line-ups including his latest quartet Tetra. This is the ...


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