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With melody as the guiding star, guitarist and composer, Matt Greenwood, seeks to create cinematic musical landscapes where composition and improvisation intersect. Having grown up in Zimbabwe and moved to Canada in recent years, Matt’s music is inherently nomadic, pushing against the confines of genre and geography.
Growing up in Zimbabwe meant access to music education or even equipment was limited but the country’s rich musical heritage and culture was an incredible thing to be a part of. Here in Toronto, Matt still stays connected to the country’s music through the Mbira, a traditional African instrument, which Matt incorporates into his live performances.
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Constellations Dehyah; Atlas; Wild Angels; From Sunshine; Campfire Ghosts; What's Left of the World; The First Mourning; Redemption; Commitment.
Burt Bacharach, Joe Lovano & Ben Wolfe
by Joe Dimino
We begin the 792nd Episode of Neon Jazz with bassist Ben Wolfe's brilliant album Unjust. From there, we hear from Ben's long-time collaborator, Harry Connick, Jr. with their take on Stompin' at the Savoy" from the When Harry Met Sally soundtrack. We also hear new music from Tarmu Jazz Quartet, Matt Greenwood, Matt Lockett and Daniel ...
New Releases From Diego Rivera, Matt Greenwood, Nicholas Brust, And More!
by Bob Osborne
On this show variety is the name of the game with a selection of new releases from Matt Greenwood, Nicholas Brust, Astroturf NoiseSam Day Harmet, Sana Nagano & Zachary Swanson, The Necks, Falkner Evans, Alex Weiss, Tomer Cohen, and Diego Rivera.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Matt Greenwood Dehyah" from Atlas (Self Released) 00:43 Nicholas Brust ...
By Matt Greenwood
Label: Self Produced
Matt Greenwood: Atlas
by Dan McClenaghan
There are a lot of jazz guitarists out there, and competence in the art of the guitar is common. Mature excellence is less so. But we expect that when we spin a CD. Matt Greenwood, born in Zimbabwe and now home-based in Canada, displays that rare-for-a-debut mature excellence on his axe-- and more importantly in his ...