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Secret People

Label: Out Of Your Head Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Choc(h)oyotes; Legitimate Perseverance; Peephole; Ascetic Dust; U; Swamp Gaze.

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Secret People: Secret People

Read "Secret People" reviewed by John Sharpe


Even though he doesn't appear on the album, the music of Secret People has an affinity with the warped precision of keyboardist Matt Mitchell. Perhaps not surprising as drummer Kate Gentile forms one half of the duo Snark Horse with Mitchell, who also plays on guitarist Dustin Carlson's leadership debut Air Ceremony (OOYH, 2019), as does ...

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Blue Vertical

Label: Out Of Your Head Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Twardzik; OKWA; Blue Poles; Isabella; Philosophy Series; Blue Vertical; Good Treble; Legacy Stories; Face Music.

Album

Asp Nimbus

Label: Out Of Your Head Records
Released: 2021

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Spiders

Label: Out Of Your Head Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Increminced; Purdy; Julius; The Rose Charade; Seemly.

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Dyads

Label: Out Of Your Head Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Two, Not One; Wandering, Searching, Digging, Uncovering; After You; The Woods; Push Comes To Shove; How Was The Drive?; There's No There There; Hoarse Syrinx; Wavy Lines; Hurricane; Ballad Of The Weak; DNA; That Was Then.

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Mario Pavone: Blue Vertical

Read "Blue Vertical" reviewed by John Sharpe


There is an inevitably tinge of sadness to Blue Vertical. Not because of any particular flavor of the music, but because, along with Isabella (Clean Feed, 2021) it's one of two final releases by bassist Mario Pavone, who died aged 80 less than two months after this March 2021 recording session. Pavone began his career in ...

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The Pandemic Sessions: Duos, Part 1

Read "The Pandemic Sessions: Duos, Part 1" reviewed by Mark Corroto


After the initial shock of the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent lockdown, artists did what artists do. Unable to tour, many musicians created solo projects. Musicians, like other sentient beings though, crave contact, so when some of the most severe restrictions lifted, duos were formed and production returned. These small positive steps (note: some were recorded before ...

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Mario Pavone / Dialect Trio +1: Blue Vertical

Read "Blue Vertical" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Bassist and composer Mario Pavone died on May 15, 2021, after a seventeen-year battle with cancer. The Connecticut native had many interests and earned a degree in engineering, a Doris Duke Foundation grant and, for a quarter-century, shared his wisdom and talent with kids at the Litchfield Performing Arts Jazz Camp, where he also served as ...

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Tim Berne / Matt Mitchell: Spiders

Read "Spiders" reviewed by John Sharpe


In spite, or perhaps because, of the lull in work in 2020, alto saxophonist and composer Tim Berne maintained a busy release schedule. Spiders, his third set of duets with pianist Matt Mitchell, arrives hot on the heels of The Fantastic Mrs 10 (Intakt) and The Deceptive 4 Live (Intakt), both by his band Snakeoil which ...


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