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Max Light

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<3 Bird

Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2021

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Article: Multiple Reviews

New Spins On Old Masters

Read "New Spins On Old Masters" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Dave Brubeck and Charlie Parker were two of the most influential jazz figures of their eras. Many musicians have interpreted their work over the years but these two albums take more liberties than usual with their compositions to good effect. Mark Zaleski Band Our Time: Reimagining Dave Brubeck Origin Records

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Song of the Day

Greenlit

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Label: Endectomorph Music
Released: 2021
Duration: 4:16

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Herplusme

Label: Red Piano Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Boy; Overcrooked; Pumpkin Pie; Dog; Baby's Hard Times; The Things You; Bagel; Dennisport.

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Contemptment

Label: SteepleChase Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Late 90s; Hygge; Kamaguchi; Hamburg; Porcelain; Hey J.; Contemptment; Promised Kept.

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Article: Album Review

Noah Preminger: Contemptment

Read "Contemptment" reviewed by Mark Corroto


If you followed saxophonist Noah Preminger's early career you might have read an interview where he revealed his fascination with boxing. The fact that he trained in the sweet science for nearly a decade while making music is evident in the pugilistic blues heard on self-released albums Pivot: Live At The 55 Bar (2015) and Dark ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

The Adventurous Spirit of Red Piano Records

Read "The Adventurous Spirit of Red Piano Records" reviewed by Geno Thackara


There actually isn't a piano to be heard anywhere in this batch, but the season's crop illustrates the ethic of Red Piano Records in some interesting ways nonetheless. The small Brooklyn label specializes in music offbeat enough to require some adventurous ears, comfortably rooted under the jazz umbrella while usually stepping at least one foot somewhere ...

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Article: Album Review

Chris McCarthy: Sonder

Read "Sonder" reviewed by Troy Dostert


You won't find too many jazz musicians eager to cover post-punk stalwarts Deerhoof on their debut record, as keyboardist Chris McCarthy does on Sonder. But maybe McCarthy's not too interested in being regarded as just a “jazz musician." If anything, the cross-genre creativity on display here suggests that McCarthy is trying to make music beyond category--and ...


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