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Rose Golden Doorways

Label: Glitterbeat
Released: 2020
Track listing: Nowhere Nothing; Slow Shrouded Isle; Breath That Sparks; Those Among Us; The Immortal Fire; Cold Regime People Die; Within; The Moon Of Oduglin; Invite Them In.

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Label: Discobole Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 03:07

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Pulled By Magnets: Rose Golden Doorways

Read "Rose Golden Doorways" reviewed by Chris May

After a momentous start in the mid 2000s with saxophonist Pete Wareham's Acoustic Ladyland and his own band, Polar Bear, drummer Sebastian Rochford's path through British jazz has been distinguished, though not without the odd glitch. The highs have been Himalayan. Perhaps most notably, he played a key role in reeds player Shabaka Hutchings' Sons Of ...

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Kit Downes: Dreamlife of Debris

Read "Dreamlife of Debris" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Kit Downes' ECM debut marked a substantial departure from his earlier recordings with saxophonist Tomas Challenger. Wedding Music (Loop Records, 2013) and Vyamanikal (Slip Imprint, 2016) were rhythmically complex with abstruse melodies that tended toward repetitive patterns and drones. With his ECM title Obsidian (2018), Downes, still on organ, worked in a more solidly constructed environment, ...

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Binker and Moses: Alive In The East?

Read "Alive In The East?" reviewed by Chris May

Something wonderful is happening in London in summer 2018. A disruptive musical movement, led by an inter-connected community of young musicians, is taking jazz in vibrant new directions and finding enthusiastic new audiences. Hybridisation is the name of game, which reflects London's cultural diversity by absorbing locally created styles such as grime and broken beat within ...

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Andy Sheppard Quartet: Romaria

Read "Romaria" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Where so much music treats silence as an exception, Andy Sheppard's recordings find it serving more as the rule. He's never been one for weaving flashy speed runs or feeling pressure to fill space. Even when his sax lines speed up from time to time through Romaria, they serve the mood with tasteful restraint, smoothly evoking ...

30YearsFrom feat. Seb Rochford

Label: Discobole Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: 30YearsFrom; Dassaud; 1993; La traversée du pont par le chameau; Tom & Jerry; Waiting For Ethiopia on a Bosphorus bridge; Théâtre du Soleil; The 6th part of the cake; NYC to Philly; La poésie des camions.

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Bergamo Jazz Festival 2017

Read "Bergamo Jazz Festival 2017" reviewed by Francesco Martinelli

Bergamo Jazz Festival Bergamo, Italy March 19-26, 2017 The Bergamo Jazz Festival, one of the most long-lived and prestigious Italian festivals, celebrated in 2017 its 39th edition. Since about ten years the Town of Bergamo nominates a musician as artistic director, and the 2017 edition has been the second under ...

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Bergamo Jazz Festival 2017

Read "Bergamo Jazz Festival 2017" reviewed by Libero Farnè

Bergamo Jazz Festival Bergamo, varie sedi 19-26.03.2017 Il Bergamo Jazz Festival, che nel 2018 doppierà la boa della quarantesima edizione, per il secondo anno consecutivo è stato diretto da Dave Douglas, il quale ha imbastito un programma decisamente vario, coinvolgendo un numero sempre maggiore di sedi nella Città Alta e nella ...


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