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Article: Album Review

Rodrigo Amado The Bridge: Beyond The Margins

Read "Beyond The Margins" reviewed by John Sharpe


The Bridge may be one of the most potent all round units assembled by Portuguese tenor saxophonist Rodrigo Amado. That is saying something considering his previous alliances with collaborators as varied as multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee, trumpeter Peter Evans, trombonist Jeb Bishop and drummer Chris Corsano. This time out his partners read like an extract from an ...

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Duals

Label: Driff Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: CD1: Caltrop; Parsnip; Protocol; Photo Op; Blecher; Uni Device; Wageningen; Pestalozzi; School Device; CD2: Pennant; Ravine; Whistles; Lifgatowy; Procession; Entanglement; Extruded; Undertow; Mr Cook; Weft; Something Stirring Underfoot; Hommage; CD3: Scry; Slack Tide; Roil JB; Ledger; Never Ending; Redarrow; Razorlip; Summer; Ledge; Three; Ice; Roil PK.

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The Individualists

Label: Lizard Breath Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Victims of the Cultural Hegemony; Blue Bakunin; The Individualists; Reverse Hierarchical Diffusion Obligation; The Passion of Lucy Parsons; Mutualism in Action; Malatesta on the Move; Bumpin' with Da Bourgeoisie; Late Capitalist Inferno.

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

David Virelles, Flora Carbo, Transatlantic Five & Anthropology Band

Read "David Virelles, Flora Carbo, Transatlantic Five & Anthropology Band" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Highlights of a very packed show: pianist David Virelles and trio (Ben Street bass & Eric McPherson drums); Australian saxophonist Flora Carbo; England's Anthropology Band; pianist Russ Lossing with NYC's King Vulture; the powerful German-American quintet, Transatlantic Five (Ken Vandermark sax, Nate Wooley trumpet, Christopher Dell vibes, Christian Ramond bass & Klaus Kugel drums), and a ...

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Jeb Bishop, Pandelis Karayorgis, Damon Smith: Duals

Read "Duals" reviewed by Mark Corroto


The Jeopardy answer is “three to the power of 2." If you buzzed in fast enough with “what is the album Duals“? You would be correct. The three musicians, trombonist Jeb Bishop, bassist Damon Smith, and pianist Pandelis Karayorgis recorded these 33 duos in Boston between the fall of 2021 and the summer of 2022. While ...

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Rodrigo Amado: Refraction Solo

Read "Refraction Solo" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Are you familiar with Pablo Picasso's found art sculpture “Bull's Head"? It was created in 1942 from bicycle handlebars and a bike's saddle. Picasso was walking down the street and spotted the discarded items, and in a flash joined the two, creating an obvious depiction of a bull's head. That same spontaneous moment of creation informs ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Ullman/Swell Quartet, The Attic Frank Carlberg & Josh Sinton

Read "Ullman/Swell Quartet, The Attic Frank Carlberg & Josh Sinton" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Improvisers abound in this episode. Portugal's Rodrigo Amado & The Attic, Bernardo Tinoco & Tom Maciel, Joao Lencastre's quartet, and Pedro Alves Sousa and friends lead the way, while the Chilean band Nichunimu makes its debut with a startling use of electronics. Baritone saxophonist Josh Sinton's back with a new release by his Predicate Quartet, more ...

Article: Live Review

Brda Contemporary Music Festival 2022

Read "Brda Contemporary Music Festival 2022" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


12. Brda Contemporary Music Festival Šmartno, Slovenia Hiša Kulture 17-19.9.2022 Arriva alla dodicesima edizione il Brda Contemporary Music Festival, rassegna di musica creativa e improvvisata organizzata e diretta da Zlatko Kaučič a Šmartno, piccolo e delizioso paesino sloveno appena aldilà della frontiera con il Friuli. Il festival ha anche quest'anno conservato ...

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Sebi Tramontana: Unfolding To Be You

Read "Unfolding To Be You" reviewed by Mark Corroto


This solo trombone recording by Sebi Tramontana could be called a master class if it wasn't such an intimate and personal experience. The Sicilian-born trombonist known for his work in the Italian Instabile Orchestra, the Georg Graewe Quintet, Pipeline 8, and free improvised duos with everyone from Frank Gratkowski to Giovanni Maier, Jeb Bishop and Joëlle ...


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