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Article: Album Review

Tino Tracanna: Distilled

Read "Distilled" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala


La rilevanza di Tino Tracanna nella scena italiana è evidente e ben documentata dalle sue copiose registrazioni, che si collocano tra le cose più significative del jazz contemporaneo in Italia, contraddistinte da coerenza e sempre rinnovata freschezza. Dopo la pubblicazione di Mappe, sempre per l'etichetta Parco della Musica, che nel 2018 proponeva la seconda uscita del ...

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Article: Radio

Japanese Iconoclasts - Part 2

Read "Japanese Iconoclasts - Part 2" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


From audiophile jazz labels, to definitive record stores and jazz kissaten, the outstanding jazz bars that provide a cozy place for jazz fans to congregate and share their love for jazz, Japan has traditionally been one of the most jazz-friendly countries in the world. Here is the second part of a special edition that pays tribute ...

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Kyoko Katsunuma + Jun Miyake: Colomena

Read "Colomena" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


From collaborating with the likes of Arto Lindsay (Ambitious Lovers), Caetano Veloso or Ichiko Aoba, through contributing to the Wim Wenders' 2011 Piana Bausch documentary soundtrack or providing the score to Joseph Ceder's 2016 feature film Norman, to even composing the music for Mercedes-Benz commercials, Japanese composer/trumpeter Jun Miyake's creativity seems inexhaustible. After compiling and producing ...

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Dairo Miyamoto: Last Picture

Read "Last Picture" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Now here is one very special album by an exceptional artist, who created his own unique little ethereal space in this vast musical landscape. Known for having been trumpeter Jun Miyake 's go-to mulit-instrumentalist and close friend, the late Dairo Miyamoto leaves behind an exceptional body of work for the world to discover and tops it ...

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Article: Radio

Ambrose Akinmusire, Dairo Miyamoto and Other Great New Releases

Read "Ambrose Akinmusire, Dairo Miyamoto and Other Great New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


This week we'll go through a heap of outstanding new releases, ranging from tributes to seminal albums like Soul Station by Eli Degibri and the Far East Suite by Pierre Bertrand, to new releases by master pianists like Keith Jarrett, Brad Mehldau (in an unreleased duo with Charlie Haden!), Aaron Parks and Simone Graziano. Seasond avant-veterans ...

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Ichiko Aoba / Jun Miyake / Tatsuhisa Yamamoto / Hitoshi Watanabe: Pneuma

Read "Pneuma" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


While continuously gaining more recognition in Japan since her 2010 debut album Kamisori Otome, singer-songwriter Ichiko Aoba (青葉市子) has unfortunately stayed under the sonar in more international waters. Since the release of her debut album at the age of only 19, the Kyoto-raised guitarist has collaborated with some of Japan's most prestigious and renowned musicians such ...


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