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Article: Multiple Reviews

Jason Palmer's Hat-Trick At Giant Step Arts

Read "Jason Palmer's Hat-Trick At Giant Step Arts" reviewed by Pat Youngspiel


Were this a different century, trumpet virtuoso Jason Palmer might have a bigger name--maybe even grace magazine covers beyond the few jazz-focused publications of our times. The North Carolina-born post-bop marvel dresses smart, not in the Superdry-sweater, beanie hat, recyclable coffee mug New York-style one might encounter in the next neighborhood café, but in the last ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Ayumi Ishito, John Hadfield, Smith Komma John, Aufmessers Schneide & More New Releases

Read "Ayumi Ishito, John Hadfield, Smith Komma John, Aufmessers Schneide & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Welcome on board, fasten your seat belts as you're about to take off for a rewarding journey around the jazz world with stops in Senegal, Ethiopia, Kenya, Morocco, France, Austria, Switzerland, Norway the UK, and back to Brooklyn from the mesmerizing sounds of Alune Wade to the post-Bitches-Brew-stew of Ayumi Ishito and a lot more in-between.

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Hypersphere

Label: ArtistShare
Released: 2020
Track listing: Kakistocracy; Boulder Snowfall; Gina; Hypersphere; Incandescent; Quantum Entanglement; Tales of Mendacity; Orison.

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Data Lords

Label: ArtistShare
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: A World Lost; Don’t Be Evil; CQ CQ, Is Anybody There?; Sputnik; Data Lords. CD 2: Sanzenin; Stone Song; Look Up; Braided Together; Bluebird; The Sun Waited for Me.

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Article: Album Review

Kenny Barron / Dave Holland Trio featuring Johnathan Blake: Without Deception

Read "Without Deception" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


No matter the many miles and quantum number of life's triumphs and travails that have visited them since their last encounter, Kenny Barron and Dave Holland walk into a studio and instantly pick up whence they last met. But these two old cronies are not just killing time shooting the proverbial you-know-what. They have ...

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Johnathan Blake

Johnathan Blake, one of the most accomplished drummers of his generation, has also proven himself a complete and endlessly versatile musician. Blake’s gift for composition and band leading reflects years of live and studio experience across the aesthetic spectrum. Heralded by NPR Music as “the ultimate modernist,” he has collaborated with Pharoah Sanders, Ravi Coltrane, Tom Harrell, Hans Glawischnig, Avishai Cohen, Donny McCaslin, Linda May Han Oh, Jaleel Shaw, Chris Potter, Maria Schneider, Alex Sipiagin, Kris Davis and countless other distinctive voices. DownBeat once wrote, “It’s a testament to Blake’s abilities that he makes his presence felt in any context.” A frequent presence on Blue Note records over the past several years, Blake has contributed his strong, limber pulse and airy precision to multiple leader releases from Blue Note artists including Dr

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Article: Album Review

Eric Alexander: Leap of Faith

Read "Leap of Faith" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Acclaimed saxophonist Eric Alexander needs no special introduction. His pioneering work in the jazz world has been an inspiration to many of his peers since the early 90s. On this special chordless endeavour—featuring the chops of Doug Weiss on bass and drummer Jonathan Blake whose own recording in a very similar chordless constellation was likewise recently ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Art Ensemble of Chicago, Marilyn Mazur, Echoes of Zoo and More

Read "Art Ensemble of Chicago, Marilyn Mazur, Echoes of Zoo and More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


New releases keep coming at an exciting place and Mondo Jazz obliges, sharing tons of exicting new releases, in particular celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Art Ensemble of Chicago and its spiritual offspring as well as some great European projects. Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

A Conversation with Douye

Read "A Conversation with Douye" reviewed by Lorens Chuno


Douye is a seasoned singer whose soulful and delicate approach to jazz vocal has captured the interest of many in the last year. Her chart topping album Daddy Said So features top notch jazz musicians including: Kenny Barron, Ron Carter, Benito Gonzalez, Essiet Essiet Okon, Curry Rawls, Zem Audu, Joel Scott, Clayton Cameron, Edwin Livingston, Kiyoshi ...

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Article: Album Review

Dave Pietro: New Road: Iowa Memoirs

Read "New Road: Iowa Memoirs" reviewed by Jack Bowers


In 2011, New York City-based saxophonist Dave Pietro was invited to spend three weeks as artist-in-residence at the University of Iowa. While there, he worked with young musicians in school programs across the state. It proved to be a rewarding commission for the native New Englander who was so enheartened that he chose to recreate the ...


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