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ReDiviDeR: Mere Nation

Read "Mere Nation" reviewed by Ian Patterson

It may be disappointing to enigmatologists that there are no palindromes or obvious anagrams from ReDiviDeR on its third Diatribe Records release, following Never Odd Or Even (2011) and I Dig Monk, Tuned (2013). Musicophiles, however, should be delighted, for like its predecessors, Mere Nation is a colorful box of delights. Rambunctious, brooding and tender in ...


News: Festival

12 Points Returns With Best Of New European Jazz, Dublin, April 15-18

12 Points Returns With Best Of New European Jazz, Dublin, April 15-18

12 Points returns to his spiritual home of jny: Dublin at the Project Arts Centre from April 15-18 for 4 days of exciting young jazz acts from across Europe, with daytime ‘Jazz Futures’ seminar and after-hours jam sessions. Festival Pass €50 / Daily Tickets €15/12 “The freshest, hottest sounds in jazz and contemporary experimental music” —The ...


ReDiviDeR meets I Dig Monk, Tuned

Label: Diatribe Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Twin Kodes; I, Lute Nerd; Animal Code; Bin Saved; End it Rule; Velvet Pouch; May I Agree.


Article: Album Review

ReDiviDeR: ReDiviDeR meets I Dig Monk, Tuned

Read "ReDiviDeR meets I Dig Monk, Tuned" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Jazz/creative music fans who dig palindromes and anagrams had to wait a long time between trumpeter Miles Davis' Live Evil (Columbia, 1971) and ReDiviDeR's debut Never Odd or EveN (Diatribe Records, 2011). Forty years must be an eternity for addicts of words that spell the same way backwards as they do forwards. In addition to the ...


Never Odd or EveN

Label: Diatribe Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Riot Peace; The End is the Best Part; In Aid of; Sweet Time; Kann Nicht Entscheiden; Coming or Going; Royal Gardens; And Much; Ye, I Jar Ivy.


Article: Album Review

ReDiviDeR: Never Odd or EveN

Read "Never Odd or EveN" reviewed by Ian Patterson

ReDiviDeR was born in 2007, when drummer Matthew Jacobson gathered some of Ireland's finest creative musicians to give voice to his compositions. Its debut, recorded live, has an undeniably visceral impact. Jacobson's compositions are like fine sketches around which the musicians add their own bold colors, seeking collective form and harmony. Improvisation of a post-modern and ...


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