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Junius Paul

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Article: Live Review

Rinascita a Chicago: le gemme dell’etichetta International Anthem

Read "Rinascita a Chicago: le gemme dell’etichetta International Anthem" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Non è casuale che l'etichetta indipendente più innovativa nell'attuale panorama jazzistico (e non solo) sia nata e operi a Chicago. È noto infatti che la metropoli dell'Illinois è una delle capitali del jazz, avendo svolto un ruolo centrale in tutta la storia musicale afro-americana, talvolta paritetico con quello di New York. Nel 2014 ...

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Article: Interview

Meet BlueStem Jazz's Dave Stone & Thomas Ferrella

Read "Meet BlueStem Jazz's Dave Stone & Thomas Ferrella" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Since 2016, and even through the pandemic of 2020, jny: Madison Wisconsin has hosted a steady stream of improvisational music concerts. The majority of these are thanks to the organization named after Wisconsin's native grass, BlueStem Jazz. Founded by two retired professionals and melophiles this non-profit, award-winning establishment is dedicated to promoting and hosting a wide ...

Article: Profile

La vita e la musica di Makaya McCraven

Read "La vita e la musica di Makaya McCraven" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Un ritratto di Makaya McCraven deve necessariamente considerare la mutazione antropologica che è avvenuta nell'ultima generazione di musicisti afroamericani che si spingono oltre la tradizionale sintesi tra jazz e generi popolari, usando creativamente la tecnologia sperimentata nell'ultimo trentennio dai DJ e produttori dell'hip-hop e della club culture. Le musiche di questo tumultuoso torrente ...

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Come and See What There Is to See

Label: The Label
Released: 2020
Track listing: Come and See What There Is to See; Odwalla; The Last Word (encore).

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We're New Again

Label: XL Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Special Tribute (Broken Home, Pt. 1); I'm New Here; Running; Blessed Parents; New York is Killing Me; The Patch (Broken Home, Pt. 2); People of the Light; Being Blessed; Where Did the Night Go; Lily Scott (Broken Home, Pt.3); I'll Take Care of You; I've Been Me; This Can't Be Real; Piano Player; The Crutch; Guided (Broken Home, Pt.4); Certain Bad Things; Me and the Devil.

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Article: Album Review

Roscoe Mitchell Quartet: Come and See What There Is to See

Read "Come and See What There Is to See" reviewed by Mark Corroto


In a recent interview, trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire related the story of when he first visited a jazz club; as an eighth grader in Oakland, he experienced a performance by The Art Ensemble Of Chicago. What a spectacle it must have been and, of course, he would have witnessed the maestro himself, Roscoe Mitchell. Decades ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Leïla Olivesi, Charles Lloyd, Paul Bryan, Kirk Knuffke and Other New Releases

Read "Leïla Olivesi, Charles Lloyd, Paul Bryan, Kirk Knuffke and Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Here is the second part of this week's exploration of new releases [for the first part click here] by Kirk Knuffke and Paul Bryan as well as upcoming Blue Note albums by Charles Lloyd, and South African pianist Nduduzo Makhathini. To top off Mondo Jazz's 100th episode, a celebration of Federico Fellini's centennial through his soundtrack ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Lisa Hoppe, Alexandra Grimal, Miles Okazaki, The Comet Is Coming & Other New Releases

Read "Lisa Hoppe, Alexandra Grimal, Miles Okazaki, The Comet Is Coming & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


The second part of this week's show focusing on newly released album features, in particular, large ensembles, electronically infused improvised music and the many recent collaborations of the Brazilian transplant in Paris, guitarist Nelson Veras. For the first part of the show click here Happy listening! Ben Allison ...

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Article: Album Review

Antoine Berjeaut: Moving Cities

Read "Moving Cities" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso


Moving Cities nasce dalla collaborazione tra il trombettista francese Antoine Berjeaut e il batterista e produttore chicagoano Makaya McCraven, entrambi esponenti di “rottura" e fra i più attivi delle proprie scene jazz di riferimento: Berjeaut ha portato una ventata d'aria fresca nel jazz di Francia grazie a una serie di progetti collettivi molto innovativi e a ...


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