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Inside the temple

Label: RockAdillo
Released: 2011
Track listing: November, Vibhav, Temple of Sound, Udu, Panorama, Day And Night, Song For My Aunt, Breathe and Touch, Flow.

Veto

Label: RockAdillo
Released: 2011
Track listing: Eiffel; Veto; Julia; Tupolev; Auer; Diego; Kolothos; Liro; Ardilla; Wingsnaps; Concorde; Pau Doido.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tapani Rinne / Tero Majamaki: Inside the temple

Read "Inside the temple" reviewed by Anthony Shaw

With a pedigree stretching back to the founder of Finnish free jazz, Edward Vesala, Tapani Rinne has, over the years, consorted with multiple musicians from his homeland, winning many Finnish awards for his achievements. The main vehicle for exploring his claimed territory--the borders of experimental and techno-jazz--has been RinneRadio, featuring percussionist Juuso Hannikainen and electronicist Verneri ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pipoka: Veto

Read "Veto" reviewed by Anthony Shaw

Pipoka is a Finnish trio, with its roots firmly entwined around its two active founder members, accordionist Veli Kujala and guitarist Jarmo Julkinen. Veto is still anchored in the original conception of chamber jazz, with highly structured pieces that provide ample opportunities for exploration and development, as well as a considerable dose of Latin America.

Quiver

Label: RockAdillo
Released: 2009

Quiver

Label: RockAdillo
Released: 2009
Track listing: Fragile Sun; Kataklasm; Nano; Quiver; Purga; Womb; Wasabi Fields; Jacaranda; Aorta; Miasmaa; Snow Reader.

Pole Stars

Label: RockAdillo
Released: 2009
Track listing: Magnetar; Green Lite; From Siida To The South; Ages; Telisman; Calkko Niilas; Ratamato; Val The Troubadour

Trane Ear

Label: RockAdillo
Released: 2009
Track listing: Segment; Stewardess; Double Fault; Mh2Ym Aka Substitute; I Guess I Had Something; Trane Ear ;Signal; Seven Steps To Heaven; Kiss The Joy.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

KTU: Quiver

Read "Quiver" reviewed by John Kelman

There's often considerable difference between live and studio recording, where the facility's greater capacity for control and manipulation can almost become an additional band member. Still, for some the difference is a subtle one. In the case of KTU--a collective that began with half of King Crimson (Warr guitarist Trey Gunn and traps/button man Pat Mastelotto) ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jaska Lukkarinen Trio: Trane Ear

Read "Trane Ear" reviewed by Anthony Shaw

This is an album with origins deep in the heart of the Finnish nu-jazz fraternity, featuring three alumni of the Folk and Jazz Department of the national Sibelius Academy. However Jaska Lukkarinen has learned more than just percussion and drums, having spent a season at the Manhattan School of Drumming, where the concept of a drum-led ...


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