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Fire in My Head: The Anxiety Suite

Label: Slow & Steady
Released: 2020
Track listing: I. Signs & Symptoms; II. This Is Fine; III. Thought Spirals; IV. Internal Exile; V. Resistance.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ian Carey Quintet + 1: Fire in My Head: The Anxiety Suite

Read "Fire in My Head: The Anxiety Suite" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Trumpeter Ian Carey's Fire In My Head: The Anxiety Suite opens on a somber note, not with the sense of agitation that the album title suggests. The initial moments of the tune, “Signs And Symptoms," Part 1 of the suite, may initially be addressing the fatigue common to the malady, before his Carey's Quintet + 1 ...

Live at Earshot

Label: Slow & Steady
Released: 2019
Track listing: Fullness of Time; Electric Flower; Punta Uva; Ukelady; Foghorn; Jeannine's Joy; Jaam Rek; Mama Sanchaba; Fortifying Love.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Naomi Moon Siegel: Live at Earshot

Read "Live at Earshot" reviewed by Paul Rauch

Trombonist and composer Naomi Moon Siegel burst onto the national scene through eight formative and enlightening years in Seattle. Steeped in the explorative jazz and improvised music scene there, she discovered her unique voice playing in projects such as Wayne Horvitz's Royal Room Collective Music Ensemble, and the folk/jazz duo Syrinx Effect with saxophonist Kate Olson. ...


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