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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Bacharach to the Future - Part 1

Read "Bacharach to the Future - Part 1" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


A celebration of the genius of Burt Bacharach, Mondo-Jazz style, focusing on off-the-beaten path takes on his idiosyncratic repertoire, since Bacharach's music is accessible yet complex and sophisticated to intrigue even the most forward looking musicians.Romantic songs, political songs, themes for soundtracks, but all--without fail--earworms that stay with you well beyond the last note.

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Article: Album Review

Trevor Dunn's Trio-Convulsant avec Folie À Quatre: Séances

Read "Séances" reviewed by Mark Corroto


If you thought the Hang Mike Pence and Three Percenters crowd are just a phenomenon of the 21st century, let me introduce you to the Convulsionnaires of Saint-Médard, an 18th century Christian sect with the hysterical practices of coprophagia (yes, eating feces), spontaneous milk-vomiting and levitation. After the established religious authorities cracked down on the Convulsionnaires, ...

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Article: Album Review

Extrema Ratio: A Dangerous Method

Read "A Dangerous Method" reviewed by Mark Corroto


In 1989, John Zorn, in the liner notes of Spy Vs Spy (Elektra), a cover album of Ornette Coleman compositions, thanked (among many) the bands Napalm Death, Blind Idiot God, and The Accused, before finishing with “Fucking hardcore rules. Smash racism." Zorn's music comes slamming back to mind with A Dangerous Method from Extrema Ratio, because ...

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Article: Album Review

Calato: Swong

Read "Swong" reviewed by Mark Corroto


There is a word, “earworm" or sometimes the term “brainworm" is used to describe the phenomena of getting a song stuck in your head. One that repeats, and repeats and repeats itself. Usually, it is a saccharin pop song with a hook. Strange, then, to catch an earworm from the songs played by the Argentinian free ...

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Article: Live Review

Guano Padano al Posto Castello, Verona

Read "Guano Padano al Posto Castello, Verona" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Il Posto Castello Illasi, Verona 02.03.2014 Ha preso il via al Posto-Castello, il locale cult di Illasi (Verona), il tour italiano dei Guano Padano (per i dettagli clicca qui), trio formato dal chitarrista Alessandro “Asso" Stefana, dal bassista Danilo Gallo e dal batterista Zeno De Rossi. La ...

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Article: Interview

Josh Pollock: More Than Just The Notes

Read "Josh Pollock: More Than Just The Notes" reviewed by Anthony Shaw


Josh Pollock may seem a strange guitarist to be featured in a jazz magazine in as much as a large body of his music is distinctly rock-worthy. Indeed in this interview he explicitly avows the necessity for rock bands, and especially ones in which he is involved such as 3 Leafs and Citay, to really rock! ...

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Article: Live Review

Moers Festival: Moers, Germany, May 17-20, 2013

Read "Moers Festival: Moers, Germany, May 17-20, 2013" reviewed by Henning Bolte


Moers Festival 2013Moers, GermanyMay 17-19, 2013The internationally renowned Moers Festival again arrived at a turning point, with its 42nd edition. It was the last edition with the famous blue marquee in the vast Castle-park of the city of Moers. Next year, the festival will continue in a reconstructed solid hall, an old covered ...

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News: Performance / Tour

Scott Amendola, Nels Cline & Trevor Dunn in World Premiere with Oakland East Bay Symphony

OAKLAND EAST BAY SYMPHONY PRESENTS THE HEIGHT OF ROMANTICISM, FEATURING THE WORLD PREMIERE BY BANDLEADER, COMPOSER AND DRUMMER SCOTT AMENDOLA FEATURING NELS CLINE OF WILCO PLUS TCHAIKOVSKY'S 4th SYMPHONY AND BERNARD HERRMANN'S SUITE FROM ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S FILM VERTIGO The Oakland East Bay Symphony (OEBS) presents an evening of intensity and drama with its concert The Height ...

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News: Advocacy

John Zorn Presents Three Special Benefit Concerts for Japan

John Zorn Presents Three Special Benefit Concerts for Japan

In the wake of the disaster that struck the country of Japan and the still unresolved dangers its people now face, composer and saxophonist John Zorn has organized three special benefit concerts in New York City. Shows will be held at Columbia University's Miller Theater, the Abrons Arts Center, and the Japan Society to raise funds ...


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