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Emma Swift's Multitudes

Read "Emma Swift's Multitudes" reviewed by Eric Gudas

As its title suggests, Blonde on the Tracks, Australian-born, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Emma Swift's first full-length album, re-interprets songs from the heart of Bob Dylan 1960s and '70s catalog, although its span covers his most recent work. Swift belongs to the generations of listeners who grew up on the songs of Gram Parsons}], Dylan, {{m: Joni Mitchell, ...

ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

Marc Urselli: Between Bolan and Willner, tradition and innovation

Read "Marc Urselli: Between Bolan and Willner, tradition and innovation" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso

The wait is over. The much anticipated Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T-Rex has been released by BMG after a number of vicissitudes, not least the COVID-19 pandemic, which took the album's producer Hal Willner, on April 7, 2020, one day after his 64th birthday. Angelheaded Hipster was his swan song. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Artisti Vari; Hal Willner: Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T. Rex

Read "Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T. Rex" reviewed by Maurizio Comandini

Il maledetto killer invisibile, che tutto il mondo sta combattendo, si è portato via uno dei produttori più importanti della storia della musica moderna: il geniale, imprevedibile, incontenibile Hal Willner se ne è volato in cielo ai primi di aprile di questo anno terribile. Ha lasciato il pianeta mentre stava assestando gli ultimi colpi d'anca a ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Majel Connery, Omer Avital, Nick Cave, Vijay Iyer and More New Releases

Read "Majel Connery, Omer Avital, Nick Cave, Vijay Iyer and More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

This week we go through another delicious stash of new and upcoming releases, many of them launched on Bandcamp on 1 May for the 'waived fee' events the website is promoting every first Friday of the month to support musicians in the time of Covid19. The cherry on top? The much anticipated first single, sung by ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Daniel Karlsson: Fuse Number Eleven

Read "Fuse Number Eleven" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso

Fuse Number Eleven rappresenta una svolta per il trio di Daniel Karlsson e, in generale, per il jazz scandinavo: giunto al sesto disco in studio, il pianista originario di Kristinehamn nel Sud della Svezia, insieme a Christian Spering al contrabbasso, a Fredrik Rundqvist alla batteria e al contributo alla produzione di Goran Petersson, riprende i sentieri ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Live From Brussels: Aldous Harding, Samantha Fish & Deus

Read "Live From Brussels: Aldous Harding, Samantha Fish & Deus" reviewed by Martin Longley

Aldous Harding Botanique May 14, 2019 The Rotonde room in Botanique is a pleasingly intimate environment with tiered ledges in, yes, a most-of-a-circle formation. For this unsurprisingly sold out show, right at the beginning of New Zealand singer Aldous Harding's European tour, all space was sardined, but your scribe fortunately ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Guido Harari, dietro al mirino come un jazzista

Read "Guido Harari, dietro al mirino come un jazzista" reviewed by Luca Muchetti

"Potresti dire che sono un fotografo jazz, alla faccia di chi mi definisce da sempre un fotografo rock!." Guido Harari scherza volentieri sulla sua nomea di “fotografo musicale," autore di alcuni degli scatti entrati nell'immaginario collettivo e che ritraggono artisti come David Bowie, Tom Waits, Lou Reed, Patti Smith, Leonard Cohen, Fabrizio De André (alcuni dei ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Caterina Palazzi: il lato oscuro del jazz

Read "Caterina Palazzi: il lato oscuro del jazz" reviewed by Daniele Vogrig

Lucida, oscura, intrigante. Sono le immediate sensazioni percepite nel corso di una lunga chiacchierata con Caterina Palazzi intorno alla sua musica, ai suoi progetti, alle sue passioni. La contrabbassista romana si è imposta nel corso degli anni come una figura di spicco nel panorama jazzistico (e non solo) internazionale, sulla scorta di un variegatissimo background musicale ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Grinderman: Novi Sad, Serbia, July 10, 2011

Read "Grinderman: Novi Sad, Serbia, July 10, 2011" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

GrindermanExit FestivalNovi Sad, SerbiaJuly 10, 2011 The well-known adage that all roads lead to Rome may not be entirely true when the Exit festival is happening, as all roads seem to lead there. For four days--taking place at the Petrovaradin fortress near Novi Sad--Serbia welcomes floods of people from all over ...


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