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Matthew Mitchell

I make a living playing guitar - I have played 200+ gigs a year for 20 years. I have done this by being professional, having a great attitude, being able to play diverse styles - and by being a great guitarist!

MUSICIAN Born:

Matt G Mitchell

New Zealand born Jazz multi-instrumentalist and composer Matthew Mitchell grew up surrounded by the traditional music of the Pacific islands, reggae, punk and classical music. A late comer to Jazz guitar, Matthew began playing at the age of seventeen, but by his twenty-third birthday he had completed a degree in performance music, recorded his first large ensemble Album and a trio record, toured with the New Zealand Youth Big Band, and performed with many of Australasia’s leading Jazz innovators. Two years later he moved to London, quickly finding his feet and collaborating with many of the United Kingdom's top names including Byron Wallen

A Pouting Grimace

Label: Pi Recordings
Released: 2017
Track listing: Bulb Terminus; Plate Shapes; Mini Alternate; Brim, Deal Sweeteners; Squalid Ink; Gluts; Heft; Sick Fields; Ooze Interim.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matthew Mitchell: A Pouting Grimace

Read "A Pouting Grimace" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

A regular member of Tim Berne's Snakeoil and the Dave Douglas Quintet, pianist/keyboardist/composer Matt Mitchell has recently appeared on Rudresh Mahanthappa's Bird Calls (ACT Music, 2015) and Jonathan Finlayson's Moving Still (Pi Recordings, 2016). Mitchell has worked with a broad array of top-name artists including Steve Coleman, John Hollenbeck and Mario Pavone. Mitchell is a chameleon, ...

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

2012: The Year in Jazz

Read "2012: The Year in Jazz" reviewed by Ken Franckling

The world of jazz officially went global in 2012, kicked the Grammy Awards in the shins, dealt with economic issues and Mother Nature, and found new ways to innovate in this social media and Internet-savvy age. There were ups and there were downs for both longstanding clubs and festivals, too. Here's a look at ...

The Urban Choreographic

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Abolition - 03:38; 02. Decay Anterior - 05:36; 03. Road Lice - 01:00; 04. Arcane the Mongoose - 04:15; 05. Terminal 5 - 02:25; 06. Arterium - 07:54; 07. Sinus - 03:30; 08. Urban Genetics - 01:40; 09. Agent Decay - 05:09; 10. Arcade - 03:08; 11. Nero's Caper - 04:09; 12. Interior Drones - 03:06; 13. Streetlight Visions - 03:33; 14. Abyssinia - 04:47; 15. Bones - 04:23. Tutte le composizioni sono di Matthew Mitchell e Duncan Haynes.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matthew Mitchell & Duncan Haynes: The Urban Choreographic

Read "The Urban Choreographic" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Matthew Mitchell e Duncan Haynes sono due giovani improvvisatori neozelandesi con esperienze variegate ed un CD brillantemente recensito alle spalle. Il primo, chitarrista, è un gran esploratore delle possibilità offerte dall’elettronica oltre che profondo conoscitore di musica balcanica, il secondo, pianista, è da qualche anno brillantemente inserito nella scena underground londinese. Urban Choreographic, secondo CD pubblicato ...

Biathanatos

Label: Thirsty Ear
Released: 2004


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