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Label: Setola di Maiale
Released: 2021
Track listing: Loo; Alize; Suroit; Grain Blane; Simoun; Gharbi; Zéphyr; Williwaw.

Article: Album Review

Nicola Perfetti: New York Portrait

Read "New York Portrait" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

È difficile parlare di questo album del chitarrista toscano Nicola Perfetti, e al tempo stesso è fin troppo facile: si tratta infatti di una solitaria improvvisazione, realizzata sonorizzando il film New York Portrait—Three silent short films, del cineasta sperimentale statunitense Peter Hutton (1944-2016). Il film è un lavoro singolare e suggestivo, realizzato assemblando riprese ...


Article: Album Review

Isophone: Bise

Read "Bise" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

"Improvisations aux flutes traversieres" è il sottotitolo di questo album di Isophone, paritetico duo di flauti composto dall'italiana residente in Francia Rosa Parlato e dalla francese Claire Marchal. Improvvisazioni libere e dialogiche, registrate dal vivo nel 2018 presso un reparto oncologico di un ospedale, all'interno di un progetto artistico più ampio interamente pensato per quegli spazi, ...


Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds

Label: Setola di Maiale
Released: 2020
Track listing: Hot Dust-Obscured Galaxies; River Mirroring A Smiling Moon; Bees And Squirrels In The Garden/Two Bees At My Window; Sun Through Closed Eyelids; Ears Drawing Sounds; Dusts Of Light/Dancing In Shadowed Forests; Swinging Swallows; Conversation In The Wind/Conversation With The Wind; Calling At The Doorway; High Mountain Walk; Reflections; Mysterious Bells.



Label: Setola di Maiale
Released: 2020
Track listing: London; Le Havre; Vienna; Tønsberg.


No Base Trio

Label: Setola di Maiale
Released: 2020
Track listing: EXT - I; EXT - II; EXT - III; EXT - IV; EXT - V; EXT - VI; EXT - VII; EXT - VIII; EXT - IX (Bonus Track)


Article: Album Review

Ivo Perleman: Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds

Read "Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Saxophonist Ivo Perelman is an accomplished improviser whose intrepid experimentations have resulted in one of the most provocative modern music. Despite being prolific, additions to Perelman's discography are always refreshingly innovative partially because of like-minded and equally brilliant collaborators. Joining him on the superb Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds, is the French guitar virtuoso Pascal Marzan. ...


Article: Album Review

Mia Zabelka: Myasmo

Read "Myasmo" reviewed by John Eyles

Although her first album was released in 1987, Austrian violinist and vocalist Mia Zabelka has not released many recordings, Myasmo being the twenty-sixth. Despite impressive albums by groupings such as Trio Blurb, those featuring Zabelka solo stand out; so it is a pleasure to report that Myasmo is the latest addition to that select collection. For ...


Article: Album Review

Jonathan Suazo / Gabriel Vicens / Leonardo Osuna: No Base Trio

Read "No Base Trio" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

There's an eery sumptuousness to the gravity-free, genre-less sound of No Base Trio that makes it incredibly difficult to get on with the day. The slant and tilt of modular sonic eruptions grab immediate attention. Its cascading, formless ambience affords strange new spaces to inhabit, explore, and contemplate during lockdown. Hailing from Puerto Rico, ...


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