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Brian Charette: Kurrent

Read "Kurrent" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

The density of new releases and their voluminous level of innovation and experimentation in the current New York jazz scene is somewhat remarkable. The usage of Synthesizers, programming and bending up to completely dissolving compositional structure, as ever so often exemplified by Mary Halvorson, are experiments more and more frequently encountered every day. Leading ...

Once & Future

Label: Posi-Tone Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Jitterbug Waltz; Tyrone; Latin From Manhattan; Da Bug; At Last; Hot Barbecue; Dance Of The Infidels; Zoltan; The Scorpion; Falling Fourth; Ain't It Funky Now; Mellow Mood; Road Song; Blues For 96.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brian Charette: Once & Future

Read "Once & Future" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Nobody who wields an instrument of any sort can truly escape the gravitational pull of history. There are many who try to fight it, but better to embrace what came before, acknowledge where a sound or concept originates, and use that knowledge as both a port of arrival and a point of departure. There are no ...


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