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Yazz Ahmed: La Saboteuse

Read "La Saboteuse" reviewed by Chris May

If Miles Davis was alive today and in the studio recording Bitches Brew, the results might, just might, resemble parts of London-based Yazz Ahmed's La Saboteuse. Other approximate reference points are, during the more reflective moments, Jon Hassell and Brian Eno's Dream Theory In Malaya: Fourth World Volume 2 and Davis's In A Silent Way. But ...

La Saboteuse

Label: Naim Label
Released: 2017
Track listing: Inhale; Jamil Jamal; Misophonia; The Space Between The Fish And The Moon; La Saboteuse; Al Emadi; Inspiration Expiration; The Lost Pearl; Bloom; Beleille; Whirling; Organ Eternal; Exhale.

Out 'N' In

Label: Naim Label
Released: 2016
Track listing: Out But In; Hat & Beard; A Conversation; So He Left; A Bitter End For A Tender Giant; Dolphyus Morphyus; Interlude; Gazzelloni; Syndicalism; Another Conversation; Bowden Out.

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Empirical: Out 'N' In

Read "Out 'N' In" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

One of the great things about tributes is that they allow one to revisit and appreciate the influence of artists that deserve more exposure. This is definitely the case with the British group Empirical's tribute to reed player and composer, Eric Dolphy. Out 'n' In was released in 2009 and is still a text book example ...

Stuart McCallum: City

Label: Naim Label
Released: 2015
Track listing: City; Inhale; North Star; T-Onics; Effergy; Trio Seven; Mk II; Said and Done.

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Stuart McCallum: City

Read "Stuart McCallum: City" reviewed by Phil Barnes

Much of what passes for progressive radio programming, whether that be traditional live to air or internet stations, has been pushed into genre ghettos in recent times--where a record can be enormous within a particular scene but invisible to 99.9% of the world at large. Even in Europe, where the genre constrained formats common in the ...

Touch and Flee

Label: Naim Label
Released: 2014
Track listing: Kneel Down; Winterlude; Sparkling; Gang of One; Couch Slouch; Bryce; Mission; Queen; The Art.

Sons of Kemet: Burn

Label: Naim Label
Released: 2014
Track listing: All Will Surely Burn; The Godfather; Inner Babylon; The Book of Disquiet; Going Home; Adonia's Lullaby; Song for Galeano; Beware; The Itis; Rivers of Babylon

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Neil Cowley Trio: Touch and Flee

Read "Touch and Flee" reviewed by Vic Albani

Benedetto dalla “sacra incisione" della Naim britannica (titolare di uno dei grandi saperi della filosofia high-end nel campo dell'alta fedeltà), ecco il nuovo lavoro di Neil Cowley con il suo fedele trio. Vale a dire un altro di quei grandi nomi della musica britannica moderna, in concreto misconosciuto al di fuori dell'isola per eccellenza. Da anni ...

Sons of Kemet: Burn

Read "Sons of Kemet: Burn" reviewed by Phil Barnes

The first thing you notice about Shabaka Hutchings' latest project, Sons of Kemet, is the unexpectedly large feel to the recording's soundscape. Not only does it have the hallmarks of a warmer analogue past but the reverb is at times extraordinary, being akin to hearing the band play in an immense auditorium with twice as many ...


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