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Peter Bruun

Peter started playing drums at the Rhythmic Children's School at Vesterbro in Copenhagen at the age of three. This became a life-long immersion into drums, music and composition. Peter's mother and father are both music lovers and in his childhood home there were always instruments and people to play them. He was admitted to the Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen at the age of eighteen. From day one Peter has had an uncompromising red thread throughout his artistic work. It has resulted in a large number of releases in his own name and an active career on the European stage for new music, jazz and improvisation

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Jane Birkin, Tony Bennett + Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Francesco Chiapperini, Nora Stanley & More

Read "Jane Birkin, Tony Bennett + Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Francesco Chiapperini, Nora Stanley & More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


This week we start with a remembrance of Tony Bennett and Jane Birkin, two artists who had a number of common traits that went well beyond their musicality, from their progressive activism to their multi-disciplinary talents. Then, we revert to our weekly exploration of new and upcoming releases, with a special attention to trios and piano-saxophone ...

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Article: Live Review

Vossa Jazz Going Strong and Poetic at 50

Read "Vossa Jazz Going Strong and Poetic at 50" reviewed by Josef Woodard


Vossa Jazz Voss, Norway March 31-April 2, 2023 Origin stories in the still-young-ish wild frontier of jazz festival culture can be fascinating case studies in feisty pioneer spirit. Take the Western Norwegian Vossa Jazz Festival, an important stop in the storied Norwegian festival circuit, which celebrated its ripe old 50th birthday this ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

We Sick, Soojung Lee, Jane Ira Bloom & Novembre

Read "We Sick, Soojung Lee, Jane Ira Bloom & Novembre" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


The release of We Sick is not until the end of April, but definitely watch for this fiery work of improvisation and passion. Not long after George Floyd's murder, pianist deVon Russell Gray, saxophonist Nathan Hanson & drummer Davu Seru recorded We Sick in an abandoned church across from the Minnesota state capitol which was surrounded ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Jim Black & The Schrimps, Juanma Trujillo & Pulverize The Sound

Read "Jim Black & The Schrimps, Juanma Trujillo & Pulverize The Sound" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


With Jim Black living in Berlin now, you would expect he'd get hooked into the German scene. His new quartet called The Schrimps features three very exciting young German players (Asger Nissen and Julius Gawlik saxophones and Felix Henkelhausen acoustic bass ). Black's new release Ain't No Saint presents the drummer at his quirky and unpredictable ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Dave Sewelson, Simon Lucaciu Trio & Marc Ducret

Read "Dave Sewelson, Simon Lucaciu Trio & Marc Ducret" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Aside from a few more tracks from my 2022 favourites list, there are some very interesting new releases sampled this time out: baritone saxophonist Dave Sewelson's The Gate, guitarist Marc Ducret tackling the compositions of Tim Berne, drummer Peter Bruun, free jazz trumpeter Natsuki Tamura and an adventurous young trio from Germany led by pianist Simon ...

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Tenacity

Label: Lost Marble
Released: 2020
Track listing: Cordial; Ah Leu Cha; Donna Lee; Laura; Confirmation; We Are Not Lost, We Are Simply Finding Out Way; The Study of Touch; My Little Suede Shoes; Star Eyes; Tenacity.

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Article: Multiple Reviews

The Art of ILK

Read "The Art of ILK" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


Formed in 2007, ILK (an abbreviation of Independent Label of København) is an artist-run label based in Copenhagen, encompassing a collective of 21 adventurous musicians. They started out as the young rebels of the Danish jazz scene but have become the established pioneers of the new Danish avantgarde. If you think of the avantgarde as an ...

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Article: Album Review

Django Bates: Tenacity

Read "Tenacity" reviewed by Pat Youngspiel


Few jazz artists go to such great lengths to make their audience feel at the same time bewildered by humor-infused technical exhaustion and smitten by charm and sheer musical beauty as Django Bates does. The English pianist and composer has gained a reputation over the years, for bringing the quirkiest and widest range of ideas and ...

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Article: Album Review

Django Bates: Tenacity

Read "Tenacity" reviewed by John Kelman


It's been a long time since that late May, 2013 week in Luleå, Sweden, where pianist Django Bates and his Belovèd Trio first collaborated with the renowned Norrbotten Big Band. Fully documented in the All About Jazz article Django Bates: From Zero to Sixty in Five Days, Bates, bassist Petter Eldh and drummer Peter Bruun, along ...


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