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Article: Album Review

Christian Marien Quartett: How Long Is Now

Read "How Long Is Now" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Drummer Christian Marien represents the kind of omnivorous musical sensibility that is so valuable in an age in which conventional musical categories seem increasingly irrelevant. His undeniable reverence for the jazz tradition is evident through his work with I Am Three, in which he has teamed with saxophonist Silke Eberhard and trumpeter Nikolaus Neuser to offer ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Lina Allemano, Thomas Agergaard & Bacchanalia Orchestra

Read "Lina Allemano, Thomas Agergaard & Bacchanalia Orchestra" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Canadian trumpeter Lina Allemano says she started writing canons as a fun and challenging compositional game of sorts; eventually the fun and games morphed into her latest album, Canons , where she's accompanied by a varying cast of characters. On the track chosen for this show Lina is joined by trombonist Matthias Müller. Danish saxophonist Thomas ...

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Canons

Label: Lumo Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: 3 Trumpet Canon; Bobby's Canon; Shadows (by BLOOP); Butterscones; Wilds (by BLOOP); Twinkle Tones; Moons (by BLOOP); Canon of Sorts; Ponds (by BLOOP).

Article: Live Review

Brda Contemporary Music Festival 2022

Read "Brda Contemporary Music Festival 2022" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


12. Brda Contemporary Music Festival Šmartno, Slovenia Hiša Kulture 17-19.9.2022 Arriva alla dodicesima edizione il Brda Contemporary Music Festival, rassegna di musica creativa e improvvisata organizzata e diretta da Zlatko Kaučič a Šmartno, piccolo e delizioso paesino sloveno appena aldilà della frontiera con il Friuli. Il festival ha anche quest'anno conservato ...

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Article: Album Review

Matthias Müller / Eve Risser / Christian Marien: Formation < Deviation

Read "Formation < Deviation" reviewed by John Sharpe


Two German improvisers, trombonist Matthias Mueller and drummer Christian Marien, join forces with French pianist Eve Risser for a brace of intriguing collectives under the moniker Cranes. Müller and Marien have performed together since 2006 as Superimpose, often appearing with guests, including saxophonist John Butcher, trumpeter Nate Wooley and vocalist Sofia Jernberg on their 2021 release ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Pushing the 'Jazz Envelope' a little further

Read "Pushing the 'Jazz Envelope' a little further" reviewed by Bob Osborne


This show includes a selection of new releases which, whilst being part of the jazz family, bring in other musical elements. Ayumi Ishito brings distortion, unexpected percussive rhythms, and competing melodies into play for her debut album. Daniel Herskedal offers ambient reflections in a Scandanavian context. Andrew Van Tassel draws inspiration from a broad palette of ...

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Article: Album Review

Àine O'Dwyer: Gallarais

Read "Gallarais" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Places of worship are hardly new venues for jazz or other forms of non-sectarian music. As far back as 1927, Fats Waller had recorded two pipe organ solos in a church in Camden, New Jersey. Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd recorded Jazz Samba (Barclay-Verve, 1962) at the Washington, D.C. All Souls Church on the corner of ...

Article: Album Review

Satoko Fujii Orchestra Berlin: Ichigo Ichie

Read "Ichigo Ichie" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Ecco il primo documento discografico della Satoko Fujii Orchestra Berlin, l'organico europeo più stabile tra quelli che la pianista ha diretto in questi anni. L'album è stato registrato nel gennaio 2014, esattamente un anno dopo Shiki, la sua ultima pubblicazione orchestrale con la formazione che dirige a New York. L'organico è formato da musicisti ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Satoko Fujii with her various ensembles: Ichicgo Icihie, Yamiyo Ni Karasu and Kaze's Uminari

Read "Satoko Fujii with her various ensembles: Ichicgo Icihie, Yamiyo Ni Karasu and Kaze's Uminari" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Words like superb, outstanding or splendid are redundant when writing about pianist, accordionist and composer Satoko Fujii. With an average of five releases per year over the past decade, she is indeed one of the most prolific musicians. The abundance of her output though is never at the expense of its quality or originality. As the ...


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