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Pascal Marzan

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Label: Copepod Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Tipping Point; Wobbles; Salinisation; Dimming; Continental Drift; High Seas.

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Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds

Label: Setola di Maiale
Released: 2020
Track listing: Hot Dust-Obscured Galaxies; River Mirroring A Smiling Moon; Bees And Squirrels In The Garden/Two Bees At My Window; Sun Through Closed Eyelids; Ears Drawing Sounds; Dusts Of Light/Dancing In Shadowed Forests; Swinging Swallows; Conversation In The Wind/Conversation With The Wind; Calling At The Doorway; High Mountain Walk; Reflections; Mysterious Bells.

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Article: Album Review

Ivo Perleman: Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds

Read "Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Saxophonist Ivo Perelman is an accomplished improviser whose intrepid experimentations have resulted in one of the most provocative modern music. Despite being prolific, additions to Perelman's discography are always refreshingly innovative partially because of like-minded and equally brilliant collaborators. Joining him on the superb Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds, is the French guitar virtuoso Pascal Marzan. ...

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New Music from Ivo Perelman

Read "New Music from Ivo Perelman" reviewed by Bob Osborne


Ivo Perelman sent me three new albums. When I saw the musicians involved it reminded me of some other great releases featuring those people. I had a search in the archive and pulled together some music to compliment the new releases from Perelman. There's also two great new albums—one from Samo Salamon & Friends, and the ...

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John Russell / Ståle Liavik Solberg: No Step

Read "No Step" reviewed by John Eyles


London-based guitarist John Russell and percussionist Ståle Liavik Solberg from Oslo have worked together as a duo since June 2012 when they first appeared together in London and then toured Scandinavia. No Step was recorded in May 2013 at the Blow Out! concert series that Solberg curates in Oslo. It consists of one thirty-three minute piece ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Catching Up With Guitarist John Russell

Read "Catching Up With Guitarist  John Russell" reviewed by John Eyles


2012 has been a memorable year for guitarist John Russell. It marked the twenty-first anniversary of his concert series Mopomoso which meets monthly at The Vortex jazz club in Dalston, London, making it the city's longest-running improvised music series. The year was also the thirtieth anniversary of Fete Quaqua, his annual festival of improv. Both Mopomoso ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Sabu Toyozumi: Kosai Yujyo

Read "Sabu Toyozumi: Kosai Yujyo" reviewed by John Eyles


Sabu ToyozumiKosai YujyoINaudible2012This double album puts the spotlight on one-time AACM member, the widely-travelled veteran Japanese drummer Sabu Toyozumi, capturing him in a variety of live settings across Europe in 2010 and 2011. For its nine tracks, Toyozumi was recorded at four different venues with eight different line-ups, ...

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Translations

Label: Emanem
Released: 2011
Track listing: Don't tease your cat; Eighty-eight beautiful canals; Nightwork; Kuulilennuteetunneliluuk; In Mr Niwa's garden, two chickens suddenly ate a crocodile.

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Article: Album Review

Pascal Marzan /John Russell: Translations

Read "Translations" reviewed by John Eyles


"By the way, if you don't like guitars you won't like this CD!" So says guitarist John Russell, in his sleeve note to Translations, laying out the truth in typically plain, simple terms. Russell is part of the generation of improvisers who came together in London in the '70s and have been mainstays of the capital's ...


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