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Article: Radio

Paradox Trio - The Balkan Side of Downtown NYC

Read "Paradox Trio - The Balkan Side of Downtown NYC" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


At some point in the '90s Balkan-tinged jazz was all the rage in the downtown scene that gravitated around the Knitting Factory and the Bell Café. Whereas many of the bands that were at the forefront of that movement are gone, a quarter century later, the Paradox Trio and its unique blend of jazz and creative ...

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News: Performance / Tour

Paradox Trio @ Nublu (78 RPM Balkan Jazz & Psychobilly)

Paradox Trio @ Nublu (78 RPM Balkan Jazz & Psychobilly)

Paradox Trio creates original music inspired by Eastern European, Gypsy and downtown NY traditions cutting across stylistic and geographic boundaries such as Bulgarian kaval music, Klezmer and improv jazz. The band will play tunes from their new US release Gambit that further explores the Balkan, Gypsy and jazz marriage. The album features kaval player Theodosii Spassov ...

Album

Ecliptic

Label: D.N.A. Records
Released: 2001

Album

Source

Label: Knitting Factory
Released: 1999

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Article: Album Review

Paradox Trio: Source

Read "Source" reviewed by David Adler


The Paradox Trio, founded and led by woodwinds player Matt Darriau, is one of the truly outstanding groups active within New York’s downtown avant-garde scene. Actually a quartet, the band consists of Darriau on saxophones and clarinets, Brad Shepik on guitars, Rufus Cappadocia on five-string electric cello, and Seido Salifoski on dumbek and other hand percussion. ...

Album

Paradox Trio

Label: Meniscus
Released: 1995


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