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Philipp Schiepek

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"When you listen to this music and are ready to get involved with it, doors open to a diverse universe of cross-genre impulses." (Elke Walter) Munich based guitarist Philipp Schiepek and his quartet, featuring Henning Sieverts on bass, Bastian Jütte on drums and New York based Seamus Blake on saxophone, present their debut album "GOLEM DANCE", which has just been released by ENJA-Records. When composing, Philipp Schiepek draws inspiration from everyday encounters, but also from characters from literature and art. The first and foremost goal of every composition is to carry an intensity that is not conveyed by volume, but rather by rhythmic and harmonic flexibility

Album

Crossing Life Lines

Label: GLM Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Valse du Bohémien; Ada's Song; Look for the Silver Lining; Schaschlik; Lover Man - Oh, Where Can You Be?; Blues in X Moll; The Rabbi from Namysłów; Wiosna; Ein Sommertag; September Remember; Sám s děvčetem v dešti; Naab; Frieda; Fredinand's Prelude.

Album

Golem Dance

Label: Enja Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: All and more; Ian; Flou; 12 Raindrops; Family Affair; Up; Golem Dance - live; The Poet; Even Harder; Out Of Nowhere - live.

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Philipp Schiepek: Golem Dance

Read "Golem Dance" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Melodic ease, harmonic subtlety and an intriguingly dispersed approach to compositional structure make up the winning trinity of this enjoyable debut recording by German guitarist and composer Philipp Schiepek. Most impressively, these aspects belong to the qualities one would expect a 24-year young jazz guitarist to have mastered the least at this point in their career. ...


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