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Goes Without Saying, But It's Got To Be Said

Label: JACC Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1st Sentence; 2nd Sentence; 3rd Sentence.

Maré

Label: Cipsela Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Lage Fria; Rampa; Quebra Mar.

Unnavigable Tributaries

Label: Multikulti Project
Released: 2020
Track listing: Côa; Tua; Sabor; Corgo; Tavora; Paiva.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Luís Vicente: Maré

Read "Maré" reviewed by Mark Corroto

We have no idea whether Portuguese trumpeter Luís Vicente is Catholic. Nor if he knew before performing at the Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Nova that he would be in harmony with the building's monastic religious order, the Poor Clares. His music performed at the Anozero-Bienal de Arte Contemporânea de Coimbra, however, is as stark and austere as ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pedro Melo Alves: In Igma

Read "In Igma" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Since his remarkable debut as a leader in 2017, Omniae Ensemble (Nischo Records), drummer and composer Pedro Melo Alves has quickly established himself as a vital force in the Portuguese jazz scene. With an uncompromising sensibility equally committed to avant-garde jazz and contemporary classical music, not to mention the jazz-rock experimentalism of his work with Rite ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marcelo Dos Reis: Points

Read "Points" reviewed by John Sharpe

Points unites four partners in crime, who may be familiar from excellent albums such as Chamber 4 (FMR, 2015) and For Sale (Clean Feed, 2015). But though there are many interconnections between the Portuguese threesome of guitarist Marcelo dos Reis, drummer Marco Franco and trumpeter Luis Vicente, and French cellist Valentin Ceccaldi, this is their first ...

A Brighter Side Of Darkness

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Untold Stories; To Angels And Demons; Where You Belong.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Luis Vicente - Vasco Trilla: A Brighter Side Of Darkness

Read "A Brighter Side Of Darkness" reviewed by John Sharpe

The drone plays an important role in musics around the world, from south Indian classical to the pibroch piping of Scotland and the didgeridoo of Australia, to name just a few examples. Such minimalist leanings where small modulations in clusters of pure tone become the main feature also appear especially suited to experimental trumpeters such as ...

John Dikeman And The Origin Of The Species

Read "John Dikeman And The Origin Of The Species" reviewed by Mark Corroto

If we were to go searching for saxophonist John Dikeman's spirit animal, we might have to bypass beast for sapien. Let's just say his spirit animal is the father of punk, Iggy Pop. Like early music by The Stooges, Dikeman's sound makes reference to the music of both Albert Ayler and Pharoah Sanders. It's a shame ...


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