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Mats Aleklint

Album

On the Asylum

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2021
Track listing: What What; Twenty Twenty; Homeward; Trombone Interlude; The Prom; Solitude Tune; Echoes Across the Dunes; Edwards Chacone; Music Orbit Box; Humming Ships; On the Asylum; Septet Serenade; A Snippet From "Music for Valves and Pedals; Worms of Underground.

Album

Två

Label: Armadillo Records
Released: 2021

Album

Are You Happy ?

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2020
Track listing: Meningen Med Vad; Plinplongpiano; Oraklet I Finnaker; Drommusik; Paminnesler For Den Kortsinnade; Nytt Hopp Over Atlanten; SkygGlappar Pa I Lusthuset; Are You Happy?.

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Torbjorn Zetterberg & Den Stora Fragan: Are You Happy ?

Read "Are You Happy ?" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero


Il brano iniziale, a parte i primi ingannevoli secondi di tastiera elettrica, possiede l'energia, il suono scuro, il tumultuoso fondale ritmico, il ribollire dei fiati tipico degli ensemble di Charles Mingus. Sette minuti abbondanti che fanno bella mostra delle potenzialità del gruppo, che a pieno organico palesa un suono orchestrale ed esalta le peculiarità delle singole ...

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Heavy Rotation For A Pandemic Summer

Read "Heavy Rotation For A Pandemic Summer" reviewed by Mark Corroto


In the summer of 2020 one result of the COVID-19 isolation, and artists inability to tour and perform is that they have time to deal with projects halted by this pandemic. Musicians, producers, and engineers have mixed, mastered and released an abundance of music. Many of the titles have been, and will be covered by our ...

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AP6C: Layers

Read "Layers" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Have you been wondering lately, where all the thoughtful music has gone? Today we have universities teaming with technical wunderkinds who can flawlessly navigate “Giant Steps" or “Cherokee," and recordings that are showcases of dexterity and complexity, but much of it is devoid of the essence of meaning, in other words, soul. That is, until you ...

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Angles 9: Beyond Us

Read "Beyond Us" reviewed by John Sharpe


Swedish saxophonist Martin Küchen's versatile Angles agglomeration has appeared in assorted sizes from a trio up to a nonet. But whatever the dimensions, it possesses the familiar virtues of driving riffs, explosive soloing, and elemental yet affecting melodies. Beyond Us, recorded live during Groningen's splendid Summer Jazz Cycling Tour is no different. It's the fourth release ...

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The Heat Death: The Glenn Miller Sessions

Read "The Glenn Miller Sessions" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


La libera improvvisazione free vive e profilica nei paesi scandinavi e trova ospitalità nel catalogo della portoghese Clean Feed. Sotto il riferimento a Glenn Miller (accostamento più lontano e irriverente non si poteva trovare) il quintetto Heat Death presenta tre ore di musica legata alla free improvisation europea degli anni settanta. Per intenderci quella di Evan ...

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The Way Ahead: Bells, Ghosts and other Saints

Read "Bells, Ghosts and other Saints" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Perry Farrell, of the rock band Jane's Addiction, might have said/sung it best in 1988, on the track “Ted, Just Admit it..." when he whispered “Nothing's Shocking." Indeed, nothing is in the 21st century. Marcel Duchamp's painting “Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2" (1912) is mostly admired today, and certainly not the trigger for a riot. ...


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