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Mars Williams / Vasco Trilla: Spiracle

Read "Spiracle" reviewed by John Sharpe


Both American reedman Mars Williams and Spanish percussionist Vasco Trilla show themselves well grounded in the duet configuration, although this appears to be only Williams' second documented encounter in the sole company of a drummer. For Trilla, the situation is more normal. His track record embraces pairings with a wide array of wind instrumentalists (as well ...

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Somersaults: Numerology Of Birdsong

Read "Numerology Of Birdsong" reviewed by John Sharpe


Without fanfare, the rhythm section of bassist Olie Brice and drummer Mark Sanders has become one of the UK's premier engine-rooms for free improvisation. That's borne out by association with not only the great reedman Tobias Delius, perhaps best known for his tenure in the ICP Orchestra, but also players as diverse as Polish reedman Mikolaj ...

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Riverloam Trio: Live At The Alchemia

Read "Live At The Alchemia" reviewed by John Sharpe


Recorded at Krakow's legendary jazz club, Live At The Alchemia constitutes the third outing from what has become a perfectly-balanced unit, following the eponymous Riverloam Trio (NoBusiness, 2012) and Inem Gortn (FMR, 2014). Although, traditionally, Polish reedman Mikolaj Trzaska might be seen as the apex of a musical pyramid, supported by the solid foundation provided by ...

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Live At The Alchemia

Label: Kilogram Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Cloud Store/Hard Snore; Vegetal Execution; Metal Taste/Dedicated To Johannes Bauer; Exercises In Water; One For Bad Ola; Final Sitting/Hair Burn.

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Maciej Lewenstein: Quantum Mechanics of Polish Jazz

Read "Maciej Lewenstein: Quantum Mechanics of Polish Jazz" reviewed by Cezary L. Lerski


Maciej Lewenstein was born in 1955 in Warsaw. He is a theoretical physicist and currently an ICREA professor at Institut de Ciències Fotòniques (ICFO) in Castelldefels near jny: Barcelona, Spain. He has written more than 500 scientific papers and is the recipient of many international and national prizes. Next to theoretical physics his other passion is ...

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Tobias Delius / Olie Brice / Mark Sanders: Somersaults

Read "Somersaults" reviewed by John Sharpe


Any lineup which contains reedman Tobias Delius deserves attention. Born in England to an Argentinean father and a German mother, Delius was a longtime staple of the adventurous Amsterdam scene before his relocation to Berlin in 2007, though he's still a fixture with the ICP Orchestra. On Somersaults, he teams up with the talented British rhythm ...

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Inem Gortn

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Grasping Ivy; Beware of Porter part 1; Beware of Porter part 2; Danzig Blues; Grub Party; Elephant Trees; Inem Gortn.

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Riverloam Trio: Inem Gortn

Read "Inem Gortn" reviewed by John Sharpe


After an impressive eponymous live debut, the Anglo Polish Riverloam Trio, comprising reedman Mikolaj Trzaska, bassist Olie Brice and drummer Mark Sanders, enter the studio for their follow up outing. In many ways they deliver more of the same: fiery free improvisation in post-Ayler mode. As a threesome they are perfectly matched both temperamentally and musically. ...

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Riverloam Trio

Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Riverloam; Kornic; Ostrich Season; Carnival Of Shapes; Sumac And Pokeweed.


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