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Article: Multiple Reviews

Three Gems of Creative Music from Relative Pitch: Works by Madison Greenstone, Camila Nebbia, and Maria Valencia

Read "Three Gems of Creative Music from Relative Pitch: Works by Madison Greenstone, Camila Nebbia, and Maria Valencia" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Over the past dozen years, the New York-based label Relative Pitch has diligently promoted improvised music. Founded by Kevin Reilly and the late Mike Panico, the imprint boasts a roster of artists that range from stalwarts in the field of creative music to promising newcomers. Below are reviews of three prodigious woodwind players' solo 2023 releases. ...

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Art Of The Alto

Label: Relative Pitch
Released: 2022
Track listing: Dolomite; Basalt; Feldspar; Gabbro; Shale; Obsidian; Sandstone; Anthracite.

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Chris Pitsiokos: Art Of The Alto

Read "Art Of The Alto" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Chris Pitsiokos contains multitudes. His sounds do, and from that one can extrapolate, he as an artist also. He can be found in multiple settings from chamber music to rock and noise. His music touches on improvisation, free jazz, and fusion. Pitsiokos leads several ensembles from his CP Unit to the trio Protean Reality with Susana ...

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Three very different sides of Alex Ward

Read "Three very different sides of Alex Ward" reviewed by John Eyles


Having released his first album back in 1991--recorded when he was fifteen--clarinetist, saxophonist, guitarist, composer, improviser and band leader Alex Ward has kept up a steady and eclectic stream of releases ever since, averaging five a year since 2018. Among other things, he plays guitar, sings and co-writes the material in the duo Dead Days Beyond ...

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Matthew Shipp: Shipp Shape

Read "Matthew Shipp: Shipp Shape" reviewed by Chris Rich


Pianist Matthew Shipp is very keenly attuned to the details and nuances of what has to be the most forlorn and anemic environment imaginable for anything a sensible person would call business. Think of it as the sort of business ecosystem that resembles the least habitable places on earth, say a fumarole at the bottom of ...


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