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Clous Script

Label: Rogue Art
Released: 2021
Track listing: In Place of Memory; Harbor; Echo Tracer; Duke Hill; Collapsing Novelty; Coniunctio.

Leonine Aspects

Label: Rogue Art
Released: 2021
Track listing: Leonine Aspects #1; Leonine Aspects #2.

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Matthew Shipp: Leonine Aspects

Read "Leonine Aspects" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Without exception, every time you encounter Leonine Aspects, you come away with a different experience. 'Encounter' not 'listen.' The word 'encounter' signifies both an engagement and a chance happening. Let's back up a bit. This duo between saxophonist Evan Parker and pianist Matthew Shipp was captured from a live performance on August 22, 2017 at Théatre ...

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Matthew Shipp / Evan Parker: Leonine Aspects

Read "Leonine Aspects" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Matthew Shipp's duo recordings with saxophonists such as Ivo Perelman and Rob Brown have always been intriguing but his projects with Evan Parker are fascinating in their complexity and openness. The two master improvisers have teamed up twice before, beginning with Abbey Road Duos (Treader, 2007) and recorded several more albums together with the Spring Heel ...

Then Now

Label: Rogue Art
Released: 2020
Track listing: Then Now #1 - #8.

What If?

Label: Rogue Art
Released: 2020
Track listing: What If?; New Light; Plug Vortex; Points of Fractions; Ktu; The Angle; Nova Jazz; Space Junk; The Ball; Cosmic Rumble; Circular Juice from the Matrix; Call in Space.

The Clawed Stone

Label: Rogue Art
Released: 2020
Track listing: Stitched Equivalence; Blurred And Sewn; Trippy Revelation; Off Kilter; Re(as)semble; Links On Canvas; Tastes Of Song; Tapping Signs.

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John Butcher / Thomas Lehn / Matthew Shipp: The Clawed Stone

Read "The Clawed Stone" reviewed by John Sharpe

The unlikely conjunction of American pianist Matthew Shipp, most strongly associated with New York avant jazz, and British saxophonist John Butcher and German electronicist Thomas Lehn, two leading exponents of the European free improvisation scene, works like a dream on The Clawed Stone. It's not a one off. The genesis of this 2017 Paris studio session ...

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Matthew Shipp - Rob Brown: Then Now

Read "Then Now" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

The piano and saxophone duo of Matthew Shipp and Rob Brown has a musical history which dates back three decades to Sonic Explorations (Cadence, 1988) but they have recorded in this formation sparingly, only releasing one other album, Blink of an Eye (No More Records, 1997). The balance which developed at the start of both of ...

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Matthew Shipp / Rob Brown: Then Now

Read "Then Now" reviewed by John Sharpe

Then Now presents a reprise of both pianist Matthew Shipp's and alto saxophonist Rob Brown's debut recording, a duet entitled Sonic Explorations (CJR, 1988). Though they have occasionally collaborated since—last heard together on Magnetism(s) (Rogue Art, 2017) alongside bassist William Parker—this is their first album as a twosome since Blink Of An Eye (No More, 1997). ...


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