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Quantum Trio

Polish-Chilean trio founded in 2012 in Rotterdam. The name is not accidental, clearly resonating in the group’s compositions. Component, inseparable and equivalent elements: Michał Jan Ciesielski (saxophones), Kamil Zawiślak (piano), Luis Mora Matus (drums). The Quantum Trio was born out of friendship, youthful dreams and musical explorations. Its members met at the conservatory of Codarts Rotterdam – University for the Arts – a university where music from different parts of the world and different cultures meet. This includes the diversity and openness, as well as great lecturers, that attract students from various parts of the world

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Bryan Deister

I was born on International Literacy Day, 1995 in Los Angeles, California. In my early youth, Math was my bread and butter, and English was my bane and burden. The preschool lesson on months baffled me to no end. How was I supposed to determine the order or day-count of the months? The memorization without utility was just waste of brain space. In Math lessons, I learned a rule and could apply it immediately after, and I could always justify the rule if I forgot it. My elementary school music classes made me realize music had similar universal rules. My father, the biggest Chicago fan I know and a high school trumpet player, had Blood Sweat and Tears, Tower of Power, Chase and of course Chicago playing in the house frequently

Rhythm

Label: The Leaf Label
Released: 2014
Track listing: Ghosts & Pains; The Offbeat; Gold Digger; Mind Blues; Who I Was; Soft Wind, Soft Death; The Unreal vs. The Real; Keep Some Hope; Everything All The Time.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Wildbirds and Peacedrums: Rhythm

Read "Rhythm" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

As well as possessing one of the finest band names in contemporary music, Wildbirds And Peacedrums--Swedish husband and wife duo Andreas Werliin and Mariam Wallentin--has also produced some of the most intense, atmospheric and emotive songs. The trend continues on Rhythm, which the band describes as its “going back to our roots" album. Written, performed, produced, ...

Infinite Reflection

Label: Rhythm
Released: 2013
Track listing: The Unpossible; Infinite Reflection; Vibration Science; Double Edge Sword (with 3rd Eye Visionaries); Broken; Melting Pot; Eternal Embrace; Shakti; Rite of Passage; Symmetric String Theory; The Eye; Of Light; Flame Thrower; By the Light of Dawn.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kaleidoscope Jukebox: Infinite Reflection

Read "Infinite Reflection" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Infinite Reflection by Kaleidoscope Jukebox doesn't really go on forever. But at 75 minutes, it is an overflowing, thick mix of trip-hop, hip-hop and globetrotting sounds, masterminded by multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer Clint Carty (who has remixed music for Thievery Corporation, Loopez, Second Sky and others). “I wanted this to be unique in name, vibe and ...

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Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2007
Duration: 5:30


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