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On Dizziness

Label: Creative Sources Recordings
Released: 2023
Track listing: On Dizziness; A Violent Stirring of the Interior; Unfolding By Churns; Begin By Disequilibrium; Slurred Echoing Eye; What Gets Poured Inside is the Outside; Perhaps This is Doubt; Slippery Standard Belief; A Useful Beginning.

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Vilnius Mama Jazz Festival 2023

Read "Vilnius Mama Jazz Festival 2023" reviewed by John Sharpe


Vilnius Mama Jazz Festival State Youth Theater Vilnius, Lithuania May 25-28, 2023 Introduction Now the largest city in the Baltic States, the Lithuanian capital jny: Vilnius once again hosted the Mama Jazz Festival for its 23rd edition. While booking acts which might please a wide range of music lovers, the ...

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Article: Live Review

Noisy Women present at Café Oto, London

Read "Noisy Women present at Café Oto, London" reviewed by John Eyles


Noisy Women Flying Free Café Oto jny:London Sunday February 19, 2023 Barely thirteen months after the Noisy Women's debut concert at Hundred Years Gallery, London, with the total of their concerts still in single figures, there was an air of excitement and anticipation in the audience before this performance began. The original four Noisy ...

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Article: Album Review

Joëlle Léandre: Zurich Concert

Read "Zurich Concert" reviewed by Mark Corroto


A solo concert by the double bassist Joëlle Léandre is a happening, an event of the highest order. She is very much like a writer or poet who starts with a blank sheet of paper, bringing to life characters and places seemingly drawn from thin air. Of course, like the writer, Léandre's alchemy is born out ...

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Article: Live Review

Noisy Women Return at Cafe Oto, London

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Noisy Women Return Cafe Oto London July 17, 2022 The title given to this Cafe Oto concert—Noisy Women Return—probably prompted the same response from many of those who attended: Return? They've never been away! However, the key to understanding that title probably lay two days before; Friday July 15th had seen ...

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Article: Live Review

The Noisy Women at Hundred Years Gallery

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The Noisy Women Hundred Years Gallery London January 16, 2022 Noisy Women was started in 2020 by multi-instrumentalist Faradena Afifi and Marion Treby who both joined Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra during lockdown. The Noisy Women Presents is a quartet of Afifi and Treby plus improvising visual artist & dancer Gwendolyn Kassenaar, and ...

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Article: Album Review

Caroline Kraabel: Last 1 and Last 2 (2016/7)

Read "Last 1 and Last 2 (2016/7)" reviewed by John Eyles


Caroline Kraabel gets sole credit for this album, justifiably, as she composed the music, conducted one performance of it, acted as musical director and played alto sax in another performance of it. However, after listening several times, the album leaves a sneaking feeling that Robert Wyatt probably deserved equal billing rather than just being mentioned in ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

All-Female Bands Are a Riot!

Read "All-Female Bands Are a Riot!" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


As much as we favor a complete integration of the jazz sexes, this week we feature twenty-four bands or projects with not a single man in sight, actually in hearing. After all, how much jazz radio have you listened to (not on Mondo Jazz) with playlists made exclusively of all male bands? Here's a small contribution ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Two contrasting releases from Charlotte Hug on the Fundacja Słuchaj! label

Read "Two contrasting releases from Charlotte Hug on the Fundacja Słuchaj! label" reviewed by John Eyles


For many followers of improvised music, their first experience of Switzerland's Charlotte Hug was around the turn of the millennium, as a viola player, an instrument on which she was classically trained. In collaborations such as the all-female trio with Maggie Nicols and Caroline Kraabel, or the London Improvisers Orchestra (LIO), she soon gained a reputation ...


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