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Yellow

Label: Ronin Rhythm Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Yellow; The Unknown; Years; Kosmo; Epilog; All We Need; Artkis.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Blaer: Yellow

Read "Yellow" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

With a whispery shifting undertow, Swiss pianist-composer Maja Nydegger constructs her vivid, musical imaginings of Yellow on the memories of melodies perceived and experienced in other lifetimes, in other dimensions, in other states of humanness. Some, like the quietly sensual title track and its immediate successor, “The Unknown," expand towards full consciousness slowly, methodically urging you ...

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Match&Fuse Dublin 2017

Read "Match&Fuse Dublin 2017" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Match&Fuse Dublin 2017 dlr Lexicon, Dun Loaghaire, Dublin, Ireland September 16, 2017 “We are Rocky Road and we've existed since Wednesday," bassist Anneleen Boheme announced to the Saturday afternoon audience of the first Match&Fuse festival to be held in Ireland. Well, we're used to pop-up shops after all, so why ...

Rumberos a Monton

Label: Timbazo Productions
Released: 2015
Track listing: Rumberos a Monton; Timbazo Llego; Maferefun Yemaya; Flores Para Tu Altar; Emboba; Palo Pa Changuito; Sabor a Bombon; What’s Going On; Voy a Barrer Contigo; La Media Vuelta; Algo Asi. Bonus track – What’s Going On (English version).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Nils Fischer & Timbazo: Rumberos a Monton

Read "Rumberos a Monton" reviewed by Jack Bowers

On Rumberos a Monton, a renowned European percussionist leads an all-star group of musicians from five Caribbean and South American countries, plus Holland, Germany and the U.S. in celebrating the music of Cuba, especially the rumba. Why can't the rest of the world come together like that? Although he hails from The Netherlands (via Germany, the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Blaer: Blaer

Read "Blaer" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Led by pianist and composer Maja Nydegger, Blaer is a jazz quintet from Switzerland. This self-titled album is the band's debut release--a collection that establishes the band as an ensemble of real promise, with early signs of a distinctive and individual sound emerging. Blaer operates on the calmer, more languid end of the jazz ...

Gracias Joe Cuba

Label: Point Music
Released: 2007


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