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Nik Bärtsch: Entendre

Read "Entendre" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Prepared, primal architecture sparks the core of pianist Nik Bartsch's rapid fire, polymetric obsessions. So he titles his works moduls (German) or modules as the are known in King's English. Each piece adaptable and transactional to the next. Each variant available to lend its unique ruminative or propulsive elements to the music preceding or succeeding it. ...

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Mobile

Label: Inner Circle Music
Released: 2012
Track listing: Sequoia Gigantis; Ulysses Costume; Pilgrimage to Armanath; Ahab's lament; If; Tarveling With Kapuszinsky; Sem Razao; gold Digging Ants; Corto; City of Light, City of Darkness.

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Sara Serpa: Mobile

Read "Mobile" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Di questo lavoro della cantante portoghese Sara Serpa, collaboratrice fra gli altri di Greg Osby, Ran Blake e Danilo Perez, colpisce immediatamente - noi italiani, almeno - la citazione da Pavese presente in seconda di copertina. Praticamente ognuno dei dieci brani che compongono Mobile, del resto, ha un aggancio letterario, da Omero a Erodoto, da Melville ...

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Sara Serpa: Mobile

Read "Mobile" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Portuguese singer Sara Serpa is what is produced when the talents of Gretchen Parlato, Simin Tander and Tierney Sutton coalesce. Her voice is light and elastic, sporting a fierce intellect. Couple this with a vision/sense of humor of a Nicholas Urie and the result is a radioactive type of 21st Century Beat Poetry. Like Urie and ...

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Mobile

Label: Brokenresearch
Released: 2009
Track listing: Ellipsis; Chime In; Momenta; Pited; Running the Gauntlet; Spindle; Schwingung; Dendroid.

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John Hughes / Alberto Braida: Mobile

Read "Mobile" reviewed by Henry Smith


Taking the standard piano trio lineup and stripping it of its drums is a potentially devastating move. Without an overt rhythmic presence, the pianist and bassist are both put on double duty, having to simultaneously retain both rhythmic and melodic interest throughout. Too often the resultant music does neither. Yet Hamburg-based bassist John Hughes and Italian ...


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