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Positive Catastrophe: Dibrujo, Dibrujo, Dibrujo...

Read "Dibrujo, Dibrujo, Dibrujo..." reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La componente latineggiante di tanta nuova musica newyorkese sembra essere una delle possibili chiavi di lettura di questo ottimo CD, suonato da una superformazione che, da Taylor Ho Binum a Michael Attias passando per Matt Bauder, comprende alcuni tra i nomi migliori della più stretta attualità jazzistica. Come nel precedente CD Garabatos Volume One (Cuneiform 2009), ...

Dibrujo, Dibrujo, Dibrujo...

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Cafe' Negro Sin Azucar; Garrison Ascending; Lessons Leanred from Seafaring Tales - It's Eternally; Perhaps the Artist was a Little Mad; Wolves and Blizzards; Dibrujo One; Deebrojo Two; Debruhoe Three; Dibroojoh Four.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Positive Catastrophe: Dibrujo, Dibrujo, Dibrujo...

Read "Dibrujo, Dibrujo, Dibrujo..." reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Creative juices must have been bouncing off the studio walls during the recording process of this band's sophomore album. The ten-piece unit includes several progressive-jazz notables, such as cornetist Taylor Ho Bynum and saxophonists Matt Bauder and Michael Attias. The perspicacious group-centric focus enlivens a wild Latin Jazz jamboree, where rules are most certainly meant to ...

Garabatos Volume One

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Plena Organization; Travels Parts 1&2; Metro Mono; Plena Seguiro; Stillness/Life; Post Chordal; Plena Quicksand Monument; Revamped; Travels Parts 3&4; Contenido Adentro.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tomas Fujiwara & The Hook Up: Actionspeak

Read "Actionspeak" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Actionspeak, by drummer Tomas Fujiwara & The Hook Up, operates as an updated take on Miles Davis' 1960s quintet idea. As a working band, the combination of Fujiwara with bassist Danton Boller, trumpeter Jonathan Finlayson, guitarist Mary Halvorson and saxophonist Brian Settles presents musical entertainment, more than intellectual device, while advancing the ideology of jazz as ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Positive Catastrophe: Garabatos Volume One

Read "Garabatos Volume One" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

There has always been a strong case to tear down the walls that divide music in the past two hundred years--especially in the 21st century. The best case for this phenomenon has always come from forward-thinking musicians themselves. One of the best examples of this comes in the form of Positive Catastrophe, a little big band ...

Garabatos Volume One

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Plena Organization; Travels Parts 1&2; Metro Mono; Plena Seguiro; Stillness/Life; Post Chordal; Plena Quicksand Monument; Revamped; Travels Parts 3&4; Contenido Adentro.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Positive Catastrophe: Garabatos Volume One

Read "Garabatos Volume One" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Positive Catastrophe has several things going for it. Disaster is not one of them. This 10-piece band, which has been active in New York City since 2007, is the offspring of co-leaders Taylor Ho Bynum (cornet, flugelhorn) and Abraham Gomez-Delgado (percussion, voice). Bynum has long been a powerhouse in improvised music. Gomez-Delgado is also an active ...


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