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Jasper Høiby

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Anthony Hervey, Charley Rose, Roy Nathanson, Myra Melford & More

Read "Anthony Hervey, Charley Rose, Roy Nathanson, Myra Melford & More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


This is the last hour of Mondo Jazz for 2023. Thank you for your attention and support in the past 12 months. We look forward to sharing more beauty in the key of jazz in 2024.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Charley Rose Trio ...

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Article: Live Review

Belgrade Jazz Festival 2023

Read "Belgrade Jazz Festival 2023" reviewed by Martin Longley


Dom Omladine / MTS Dvorana Belgrade, SerbiaOctober 24-29, 2023 Following the financial turbulence of 2022's Belgrade Jazz Festival, this year's edition, the 39th, resounded with a sturdier sureness, getting back to a confident momentum. Its programme was as reliably impressive as ever, particularly in the quality of its international bookings. We ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

Edition Records: A Guide To The First Fifteen Years

Read "Edition Records: A Guide To The First Fifteen Years" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Edition Records celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2023. The label founded in Cardiff in 2008 by keyboardist Dave Stapleton has come a long way in that time. Initially conceived of as a means to release his own music and that of his friends, Edition Records went from being a cottage industry to a position as one ...

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Article: Interview

Dave Stapleton: Moving Edition Records With The Horizon

Read "Dave Stapleton:  Moving Edition Records With The Horizon" reviewed by Ian Patterson


The old market town of Newbury lies an hour or so from London, on the edge of the chalky Berkshire Downs. Like any 1,000-year-old English settlement, it has seen its fair share of history, but it is probably best known for its 200-year-old horse-racing course. Or perhaps Greenham Common holds that distinction. The WWII air force ...

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Article: Profile

Dial H for Hitchcock

Read "Dial H for Hitchcock" reviewed by Peter Jones


When we meet in a South London pub, tenor saxophonist Alex Hitchcock mentions that he has a rehearsal the next day with the bassist Jasper Høiby for which he needs to learn about an hour of new music. It's for one gig, which is at the weekend. “So it's in at the deep end—quite exciting." If ...

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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" ...

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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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