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Jim Black, Danilo Gallo, Alabaster DePlume, Jeremy Cunningham & Other New Releases

Read "Jim Black, Danilo Gallo, Alabaster DePlume, Jeremy Cunningham & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

In the second part of this week's exploration of new and upcoming release [for the first part click here] we focus, in particular, on the work of drummer Jim Black with his new trio and as a member of the outstanding band Dark Dry Tears led by Italian bassist Danilo Gallo, and on another batch of ...

Consequences

Label: WhyPlayJazz
Released: 2019
Track listing: 32 Cents; Consequences (Part 1); Consequences (Part 2); Saturn; Forgiving; Thinking from The Future (Are You Privileged?).

Anastasios Savvopoulos OUXPO – Deterritorialization

Label: Inexhaustible Editions
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Deterritorialization I (30:18) 2. Deterritorialization II (30:27)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Philipp Gropper's Philm: Consequences

Read "Consequences" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

According to the press release for this CD, saxophonist and bandleader Philipp Gropper's concerns in this music are the place of the individual in society and the responsibilities Western societies bear in their dealings with the rest of the world. It's not easy to discern all that from listening to the disc but what you can ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Milton Man Gogh, Rachel Musson Curtis Nowosad & More

Read "Milton Man Gogh, Rachel Musson Curtis Nowosad & More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Trios and quartets dominate this episode: three-quarters of the playlist are from groups of that size. Featured is German saxophonist Philipp Gropper and his quartet Philm with music from his new album Consequences. Another quartet heard for the first time is Ornicar from France, and OGJB is back. Of the threesomes, first timers are Gentiane MG ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Jazzdor Berlin 2019

Read "Jazzdor Berlin 2019" reviewed by Henning Bolte

Kulturbrauerei, Kesselhaus Jazzdor Berlin Berlin June 4-7, 2019 Jazzdor Berlin is one of the few truly, consistently and enduring European minded and spirited jazz festival events around—an initiative taken by Phillip Ochem, the artistic leader of the Strasbourg festival Jazzdor, more than a decade ago. Long breath Unlike other ...

Smoke & Mirrors

Label:
Released: 2013
Track listing: 01. Dove; 02. Rot; 03. Bravo Echo; 04. Two Birds; 05. Passage; 06. Fragments; 07. Stellar; 08. The Stranger; 09. The End. Tutte le composizioni sono di Alex Huber.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

FUSK: Super Kasper

Read "Super Kasper" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

How does a band introduce freedom to its music? Does the band play free jazz or, to paraphrase saxophonist Joe Lovano, does it play its jazz free? Danish Drummer and leader of the Danish-German quartet FUSK, Kasper Tom Christiansen's, answer to this question is simple: “Who cares?" FUSK defines its own freedom, between contrapuntal springboard melodies, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Chimaira: Smoke & Mirrors

Read "Smoke & Mirrors" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

L'estrema vivacità della scena impro svizzera ha una realtà discografica relativamente nuova e ad essa principalmente dedicata, ovvero la Wide Ear Records, etichetta che con Smoke & Mirrors giunge alla sua sesta pubblicazione. Chimeira, il nome del giovane quartetto capitanato dal batterista Alex Huber - studi con Lucas Niggli e Pierre Favre e collaborazioni eccellenti alle ...


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