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Article: Album Review

Lucio Capece, Katie Porter: Phase to Phase

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It seems highly likely that the Covid lockdown period will be remembered for the many recordings created because of it, made by musicians collaborating from afar, each confined but able to communicate and swap music using the internet. A range of such recordings has already been released, with a steady trickle still emerging. One such is ...

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Article: Live Review

Noisy Women Return at Cafe Oto, London

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Noisy Women Return Cafe Oto London July 17, 2022 The title given to this Cafe Oto concert--Noisy Women Return--probably prompted the same response from many of those who attended: Return? They've never been away! However, the key to understanding that title probably lay two days before; Friday July 15th had seen ...

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Iris Ederer, NO Moore, Eddie Prévost: Traktor

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Recorded live at Iklectik Arts Lab in London, during the summer of 2021, Traktor features a trio of players who know one another from the Friday evenings they shared at Eddie Prévost's weekly improvisation workshop which has been running since 1999. Prévost himself plays percussion, NO Moore (Nathan to his friends) plays electric guitar plus pedals, ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

New Reinier van Houdt on Elsewhere

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When is a double album not a double album? That question is raised by the latest pair of Elsewhere releases from the Rotterdam-based composer and pianist Reinier van Houdt. The two come in separate sleeves, have different, unconnected titles, different cover art and were recorded months apart, although they both feature van Houdt alone. The two ...

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Quentin Tolimieri: Monochromes

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Ever since its first release, Blurred Music, in July 2018, the Elsewhere label has never been reluctant to release multi-disc albums when the music has merited them. Of the label's twenty-one albums to date, three have been double albums, and two triple albums--that first release and this one, Monochromes. Another characteristic of Elsewhere releases has been ...

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Kjetil Mulelid Trio: Who Do You Love The Most?

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In an act which might have raised a few eyebrows, Rune Grammofon released Who Do You Love the Most? by the Kjetil Mulelid Trio on the very same day as In the Mountains by the Espen Eriksen Trio featuring Andy Sheppard. Surely these two piano trios on the same label must have been competing for the ...

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Article: Album Review

Terry Riley: Keyboard Studies

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For some devotees of Terry Riley and John Tilbury the initial reaction to this album may be one of concern for the well-being of the two protagonists, Riley the composer and Tilbury the keyboardist, friends since the late '60s. After all, the sum of their ages exceeds one-hundred-and-seventy-something, and the music here is full-on throughout the ...

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Espen Eriksen Trio featuring Andy Sheppard: In The Mountains

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Formed in 2007, with personnel which has remained unchanged since, the Espen Eriksen Trio released its first Rune Grammofon album, You Had Me At Goodbye, in 2010. Since then, they have regularly released albums on the label, the most recent being End of Summer (2020). Prior to the current release, their only album which did not ...

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MC3: Sounds of the City

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MC3 is the abbreviated name of the Matt Clark Trio, the current line-up of which is Clark on guitar, Charlotte Keeffe on trumpet or flugelhorn and James Edmunds on drums. A 2021 incarnation comprised Clark on guitar plus Julian Nicholas on saxophone and Darren Beckett on drums, while a self-produced 2020 MC3 album, North Of No ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Two new composers on Another Timbre

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As previously noted, Another Timbre's releases cover a broad spectrum, from world-renowned composers and players, through those who are upwardly mobile, to those making their debut on the label. In addition, although the label is firmly established in Sheffield, England, it continues to cast its net far and wide in search of interesting, innovative and exploratory ...


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