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On The Asylum

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2021
Track listing: What What; Twenty Twenty; Homeward; Trombone Interlude; The Prom; Solitude Tune; Echoes Across The Dunes; Edwards Chacone; Music Orbit Box; Humming Ships; On The Asylum; Septet Serenade; A Snippet From "Music For Valves And Pedals; Worms Of Underground.

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Johan Lindström Septett: On The Asylum

Read "On The Asylum" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Multi-instrumentalist and composer Johan Lindström issued his 2018 septet debut Music For Empty Halls (Moserobie Music) to global accolades. The unique set was nominated for a Swedish Grammy, an award which Lindström had captured on four previous occasions. The debut was noted for its unhurried and democratic approach to creative ensemble music. On the Asylum, the ...

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Gad Elmaleh, Tino Tracanna, Elephant9, Ill Considered & More New Releases

Read "Gad Elmaleh, Tino Tracanna, Elephant9, Ill Considered & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Never one to rest on his laurels, Franco-Moroccan comedian Gad Elmaleh dives into a new adventure with his remarkable and alluring Blue Note debut album which opens an equally adventurous set of new and upcoming albums from all around the world.Happy listening!PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" ...

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Eclectic and Electric

Read "Eclectic and Electric" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This episode of One Man's Jazz is kind of eclectic, what with music from the likes of Petter Eldh's European super group Koma Saxo taking jazz in a different direction, Reverse Winchester (rapper/poet Mike Ladd hooked up with the open tuning of guitarist Mathieu Sourisseau), a historical bit on the strange tale of Canadian drummer Claude ...

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Johan Lindstrom: Music For Empty Halls

Read "Music For Empty Halls" reviewed by Luca Casarotti


Il modo migliore di parlare di questo Music for Empty Halls è descriverne passo passo l'articolata struttura compositiva, che più di tutto cattura l'attenzione (e l'ammirazione) dell'ascoltatore. Il disco si apre su un ostinato in 12/8 suonato dalla chitarra, a cui presto si aggiungono contrabbasso e sax baritono. La ritmica cresce di dinamica con l'ingresso dell'hammond ...

Album

Music For Empty Halls

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2018
Track listing: Serengeti; Dance Of The Marble Hearts; The Run; Elegy Of The Golden Age; Music For Empty Halls: Part 1; Europé Endless Boogie; Music For Empty Halls: Part 2; Sleepless Lapsteels; The Assent; March Of The Comodos; Hymn (För Dom Anhöriga).

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Johan Lindström Septett: Music For Empty Halls

Read "Music For Empty Halls" reviewed by Mark Corroto


There is an old soul lurking in the body of guitarist Johan Lindström. I mean both the body corporal and his guitar body. His septet recording Music For Empty Halls draws the ear back to a time when music was less rushed and much more thoughtful. He's assembled a collection of compositions in a most considerate ...

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Various Artists: E.S.T. Symphony

Read "E.S.T. Symphony" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Before Esbjorn Svensson's tragic death in 2008 there were clear signs that e.s.t. was hungry to explore new musical terrain; Leucocyte (ACT Records, 2008), the trio's live-in-the-studio improvisation with its metal-jazz thunder, brooding electronics and epic excursions was proof of that. However, five years previously, Svensson, Dan Berglund and Magnus Ostrom had played a handful of ...


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