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Frank Kimbrough: From Now to Forever - A Remembrance

Read "Frank Kimbrough: From Now to Forever - A Remembrance" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

On December 30, 2020, pianist Frank Kimbrough passed away at the age of 64. True to form, 2020 wreaked havoc until the end. The cause of death was not Covid-19, but the shock at the untimely loss of a revered artist was not any less powerful. Frank Kimbrough had the rare gift of touching ...

Pivotal Arc

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Violin Concerto: I; II; II; String Quartet: I; II; III; IV; Pivotal Arc.

Sun on Sand

Label: Nonesuch Records
Released: 2019

The Ambiguity Manifesto

Label: Firehouse 12 Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Neither When nor Where; Enter Ally; Real/Unreal (for Ursula K. Le Guin); (G)host(aa/ab); Enter (g) Neither; Ally Enter; Unreal/Real (for old music).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Franklin: Amen

Read "Amen" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

On Joseph Franklin's sophomore effort Amen, the Australian bassist and composer delivers an intricate web of patterns which he creates in interplay with fellow compatriot Marc Hannaford's ominous piano stabs and Satoshi Takeishi's experimental and highly dynamic drum work. Each composition goes through different stages--from dark and menacing to silver and dreamy-- from slowly pulsating, almost ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gordon Grdina: Cooper's Park

Read "Cooper's Park" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Cooper's Park's eighteen minute centerpiece crashes into energetic existence sounding like someone just remembered to push record while the ensemble was in high flight mid jam. Flailing majestically away, guitarist Gordon Grdina, alto saxophonist/bass clarinetist Oscar Noriega and pianist Russ Lossing are heard early working overtime on every level from solo to tag-team tandem, giving, taking, ...

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Gordon Grdina Quartet: Cooper's Park

Read "Cooper's Park" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Since the release of his first album in 2006, Think Like the Waves (Songlines), Gordon Grdina has sought a musical language that would allow him to incorporate his dual interests in the electric guitar and the oud. It is tempting to view this as an “East meets West" process, wherein Grdina's jazz and rock-infused guitar playing ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sarah Bernstein: Crazy Lights Shining

Read "Crazy Lights Shining" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Nata a San Francisco ma residente e operante a New York, Sarah Bernstein è violinista, compositrice, improvvisatrice, ma anche poetessa, ed ha alle spalle numerose importanti collaborazioni, tra le quali spiccano quelle con Anthony Braxton. In questo singolare e suggestivo Crazy Lights Shining la troviamo a duettare con il percussionista Satoshi Takeishi, intenta a unire i ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Michael Attias: échos la nuit

Read "échos la nuit" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

In the early days of Rahsaan Roland Kirk's career, there were critics who viewed the blind man with three instruments hanging from his neck--two to be played simultaneously--as posturing. Then they heard him play. Forty years later, and filtered through the influence of four continents, Michaël Attias takes up the task of improvising on two different ...


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