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Pino Basile

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Pino Basile was born in Zurich in 1969. He later graduated with a degree in Percussion Instruments. Since then, he has had a vast array of musical experiences in the styles of jazz, classical, contemporary, theatre music and dance, as well as contemporary circus theatre. For the last few years, Pino has been busy doing concerts, teaching, researching and studying the traditional, folk - frame drums and friction drums of Southern Italy and the entire Mediterranean region. His mission is to teach people about the pecularities of these so-called "un-sophisticated" instruments and to share his passion and diffuse his knowledge in as many artistic circles as possible. He has attracted the attention of contemporary Italian and foreign composers, doing solo scores and improvisations with orchestras, big bands, ensembles of contemporary music, as well as electronic

Album

Aterraterr

Label: Tora Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Favo; Albarelli; Lauro; Maggese; Bubbù Sapiens; Katsikodromos; Strazzavisazz; Matematica campestre; Bubbustan.

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Article: Album Review

Giuseppe Doronzo & Pino Basile: Aterraterr

Read "Aterraterr" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Multi-instrumentalists/composers Giuseppe Doronzo and Pino Basile make up two-thirds of the AVA Trio. On their newest duo project, Aterraterr, the pair offer compositions influenced by the music of their mutual roots in the Apulian region in Italy. Doronzo is an Amsterdam-based baritone saxophonist with a background in jazz improvisation, classical and non-western music. He ...

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Article: Under the Radar

A Different Drummer, Part 3: Pino Basile & Mizuki Wildenhahn

Read "A Different Drummer, Part 3: Pino Basile & Mizuki Wildenhahn" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


The Swish Knocker, And More Early on in his career, the late Milford Graves abandoned the snare drum, substituting the resonance of the toms for the snare parts. He believed music of the drum reverberated from within the drummer and the listener without the need for extraneous instrumentation. Tyshawn Sorey's approach to music speaks to contempt ...

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Article: Year in Review

Karl Ackermann’s Best Releases of 2020

Read "Karl Ackermann’s Best Releases of 2020" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


2020 abridged: A staggering loss of lives and livelihoods. We had worldwide social unrest, wildfires, locust swarms of Biblical proportions, killer hornets, killer drones, kids in cages; an impeachment, an election, an attempted insurrection. Oh, and Poland accidentally invaded the Czech Republic. It was not exactly the Gilded Age. Yet, amid doom-scrolling, the creative music community ...

Album

Digging the Sand

Label: Marocco Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Cala Dei Turchi; Espero; Fadiouth; Digging the Sand; Tosun Kacti; Ayi Havasi; Anamoni; Distanze.


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