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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Paradox Trio - The Balkan Side of Downtown NYC

Read "Paradox Trio - The Balkan Side of Downtown NYC" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


At some point in the '90s Balkan-tinged jazz was all the rage in the downtown scene that gravitated around the Knitting Factory and the Bell Café. Whereas many of the bands that were at the forefront of that movement are gone, a quarter century later, the Paradox Trio and its unique blend of jazz and creative ...

News: Performance / Tour

Pyeng Threadgill and Brandon Terzic team for The Blues Sessions residency at Barbes

Pyeng Threadgill and Brandon Terzic team for The Blues Sessions residency at Barbes

If the American Blues tradition has been overly saturated by endless retellings of the same songs by the same artists, it is not so much a declaration of a lull in creativity and innovation as much as it is a sign of how powerful the roots are. It is the well spring from which all current ...

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Article: Interview

David Fiuczynski: Salt, Sweat, Love, Tears

Read "David Fiuczynski: Salt, Sweat, Love, Tears" reviewed by George Colligan


[ Editor's Note: The following interview is reprinted from George Colligan's blog, Jazztruth] David Fiuczynski is a very unique guitarist. Many of you know him from his successful band called Screaming Headless Torsos. He's played with Hasidic New Wave, trumpeter Cuong Vu, and pianist Hiromi. I first met David at a rehearsal with drummer ...

Album

Songs for Cello

Label: Velour Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Prayer; Melodie; Lament; Transformation; Forgiveness; Element; Transformation (video version).

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Article: Album Review

Rufus Cappadocia: Songs for Cello

Read "Songs for Cello" reviewed by Greg Camphire


Canadian-bred, New York-based cellist and composer Rufus Cappadocia is a world music traveler, having studied and performed in a variety of traditions--from American blues, folk and jazz to Spanish flamenco, Haitian voodoo drumming and various styles from the Balkans, the Middle East and India. Citing saxophonist John Coltrane and guitarists Jimi Hendrix and B.B. King as ...

Album

Kif

Label: FuzeLicious Morsels
Released: 2003
Track listing: Mektoub; Phrygianmode; Chinese Go-Go; Prayer For My Father; Roxy Migraine; Purple Vishnu; SlapBow; Gaida; V'Smachte; Lullaby For Che.


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