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Mats is a highly in-demand musician and plays in a number of different bands and constellations in Norway and internationally, such as the Tord Gustavsen Ensemble (ECM) the Source (ECM) with Trygve Seim, Øyvind Brække, Per Oddvar Johansen, drums, dutch pianist Wolfert Brederode Quartet (ECM) Parish (ECM) with Fredrik Ljungkvist (S), Bobo Stenson (S) and Thomas Strønen. He has also released 6 CDs in his own name, the latest one being Mats Eilertsen `SkyDive'on norwegian label Hubromusic. `SkyDive`features Tore Brunborg, sax, Thomas T. Dahl, guitar, Alexi Tuomarila, piano, Olavi Louhivuori, drums. Mats is one of the finest and most distinct bass players on the Norwegian jazz scene of today
by Ludovico Granvassu
Last week we focused our playlist on some of our favorite tracks from the first six months of 2023. Evidently two hours were not enough and we could not play them all... so here we are going through the rest of the best.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash ...
by Bob Osborne
Listen for new releases from Rudy Royston, Germán Lema & Nicolás Ojeda, Sylvie Courvoisier & Cory Smythe, Jacob Young Mats Eilertsen & Audun Kleive, Brian McCarthy, Blue Moods, Roxy Coss, Dave Moss, Michael O'Neill Quintet, Cazayoux, Cut Beetlez Quartet with Rodney Chapman, Daniel Carter with Leo Genovese William Parker & Francisco Mela, and, Sébastien Parent.
by Ludovico Granvassu
September offers an opportunity to refocus on our inner energies and start a new cycle with renewed awareness and intentions--basically back to school and beyond... This segment of the show features more songs inspired by this month, with a special focus on five masterpieces that were recorded during a magical couple of weeks in September 1962. ...
by Danilo Codazzi
by Mark Sullivan
2021 may have been a year best forgotten in many ways, as the pandemic continued to make normal life" look like a distant memory. There was a brief bright spot after the introduction of the vaccines, only to be crushed by the emergence of the Delta variant, then the Omicron. Yet somehow there was plenty of ...