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Trumpeter/Composer Josh Deutsch has established himself as a versatile and unique voice in New York’s music scene. Equally comfortable as a leader and sideman, Deutsch has performed throughout the United States, Europe, Canada and Asia. Deutsch leads the band Pannonia, whose forthcoming album “Another Time, Another Place” will be released in 2013, and who can be heard performing regularly in and around New York. His duo project with guitarist Nico Soffiato has toured extensively in Italy and the U.S., and their debut CD “Time Gels” received high praise. Matthew Warnock of Guitar International calls Time Gels “an elegant, fresh take on the timeless (duo) tradition”, noting that “these two musicians perform as a cohesive unit, with improvisational vigor and mature musicianship.” Deutsch and Soffiato host the 2x3 series, which presents a diverse range of duos that perform and collaborate together. Deutsch can be heard with Argentinian singer/composer Sofia Rei, the Australian soul/funk band The Hipstones, and Nathan Parker Smith’s Large Ensemble

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River

Label: Ninwood Music
Released: 2020

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Redshift

Label: nusica.org
Released: 2020
Track listing: Arrival; Paul; 44.2; Consolation Prize; Endnote; Triad Tune; Remember When; Tooch-Taach; Time Lapse; John My Beloved.

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Article: Album Review

Josh Deutsch/Nico Soffiato Trio: Redshift

Read "Redshift" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The longstanding partnership between trumpeter Josh Deutsch and guitarist Nico Soffiato, placed in flattering light on the ever- welcoming Time Gels (Self-produced, 2011) and Reverse Angle (Self-Produced, 2015), continues to bear fruit with Redshift, the pair's first album for the Italian nusica.org imprint. Focusing on the trio format by working alternately with two of the jazz ...

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Article: Radio

Jon Christensen + Carla Bley, Reverso, Jason Palmer & Other New Releases

Read "Jon Christensen + Carla Bley, Reverso, Jason Palmer & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Second part of this week's review of new and upcoming releases [for the first part click here], showcasing new ECM releases by Carla Bley and Oded Tzur, the nordic forays of pianist Alessandro Sgobbio with his new project Silent Fires and a preview of the stunning new album by Jason Palmer which was recorded live at ...

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Ideki

Label: Ninwood Music
Released: 2019

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A Fényes Nap

Label: Ninwood Music
Released: 2019

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Article: Album Review

Nikolett Pankovits: Magia

Read "Magia" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Vocalist Nikolett Pankovits was born in Hungary, but she found her musical direction in New York City melding Hungarian songs with Latin American rhythms. She has a lovely warm voice, with almost no vibrato. Magia (the Spanish and Hungarian word for magic) is an eclectic mix of traditional Hungarian songs, torch songs, one Great American Songbook ...

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Reverse Angle

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Time Gels #3; Alabaster; Someone To Watch Over Me; Reverse Angle; LVBSP; Silica Sand; Tongue Twister; Quinine; Mix Tape.

Article: Album Review

Josh Deutsch, Nico Soffiato: Reverse Angle

Read "Reverse Angle" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero


Benché tra i nove brani di Reverse Angle si intrufolino Beethoven e Gershwin possiamo dire che l'intrusione apparentemente bizzarra funziona perché l'intero disco suona come un Bignami dello standard moderno. Esecuzioni contenute nel tempo -solo in due occasioni vicine ai cinque minuti di durata, l'intero album meno di quaranta -melodie in bella vista, organizzazione e sviluppo ...


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