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SLD Trio: Tensegridad

Read "Tensegridad" reviewed by John Sharpe

Out of Argentina comes splendid entry into the piano-trio stakes. The three young protagonists, pianist Paula Shocron, bassist Germán Lamonega and drummer Pablo Diaz loom large on the Buenos Aires' creative music scene and have already made connections in NYC, resulting in Emptying The Self (NendoDango Records, 2017) where William Parker takes over the bass chair. ...

Tensegridad

Label: Hat Hut Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Vera; Snake Out; Truth; Tensegridad; El origen Del Lenguaje; Connie; Casa Rodante; Universo Tiene Sentido; Yeelen.

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Paula Shocron / Germán Lamonega / Pablo Diaz: Tensegridad

Read "Tensegridad" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

The cover image for Tensegridad, the second album from the Argentinian SLD Trio, looks like a dolmen and it fits the music that both feels ancient and modern. While some types of avant-garde music seek to re-invent the language of music to the point of total estrangement, the strength of the SLD Trio lies in its ...

Anfitrion

Label: Nendodangorecords
Released: 2015
Track listing: La Llave; -11C; La novia; 24 horas; Embudos; R.C; C.M; W.P; R.M; D.J; Firuletes.

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SLD Trio: Anfitrion

Read "Anfitrion" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

A piano trio without a leader? The concept is not unknown, but the norm in jazz is that a trio has a leader. Even pianist Bill Evans' trio with bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian, famous for dissolving the fixed hierarchy in a trio setting, was formally presented as the Bill Evans trio.


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