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Article: Album Review

GoGo Penguin: GGP/RMX

Read "GGP/RMX" reviewed by Geno Thackara


It was really just a matter of time. With the spirit of techno and trance being such an essential part of GoGo Penguin's musical makeup, the seeds of a remix project have been there all along; they often compose their songs with beat programs before deciding how to arrange them for an acoustic trio, and adding ...

Article: Take Five With...

Francesco Diodati e il Questionario di Proust

Read "Francesco Diodati e il Questionario di Proust" reviewed by Paolo Peviani


All About Jazz Italia: Il tratto principale della mia musica. Francesco Diodati: In continua evoluzione e trasformazione. AAJ: La qualità che desidero nei musicisti che suonano con me. F.D.: La voglia di rischiare e mettersi in gioco. La propensione a suonare con gli altri, per la musica ...

Article: Interview

Intervista a Marcello Giannini

Read "Intervista a Marcello Giannini" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Il pubblico italiano del jazz ha conosciuto Marcello Giannini grazie alla scrittura nell'organico “Parco della Musica Jazz Lab" di Enrico Rava. Con questi ha registrato per l'Espresso il CD Jazz Italiano Live 2009 e, qualche anno dopo per l'ECM, Rava on the Dance Floor. Attivo professionalmente da un decennio, in un'area musicale che spazia dal jazz ...

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Article: Catching Up With

Mike Rivard: Entranced By The Music

Read "Mike Rivard: Entranced By The Music" reviewed by Paul Naser


As globalization blends cultures and markets more and more everyday, it is only natural that artistic traditions and the artists that study them do the same. Mike Rivard is a leader in this regard, pioneering some of the most unique blends of musical styles and sounds today. Talking to him about his band Club D'elf and ...

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Article: Interview

Jason Lindner: Beyond the Solo

Read "Jason Lindner: Beyond the Solo" reviewed by Franz A. Matzner


Jason Linder has been at the center of modern jazz's evolution for nearly two decades. His distinctive and flexible piano and synthesizer sound have placed him in a bewildering array of musical contexts and whether it's accompanying Anat Cohen, collaborating with Dafnis Prieto, or challenging the very edges of contemporary jazz--edges he has helped carve--Lindner consistently ...

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Article: Album Review

Sean Nowell: The Kung-Fu Masters

Read "The Kung-Fu Masters" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The Kung-Fu Masters isn't simply another album for tenor saxophonist Sean Nowell; it's the recorded coming out party for a band and concept that he's been tweaking and promoting for years. Nowell has been field testing this project in New York jazz spots like 55 Bar, and his website contains various recorded performances of the group ...

Album

Feed Me Weird Covers

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2012

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Article: Catching Up With

Catching Up With e.s.t.'s Dan Berglund and Magnus Ostrom

Read "Catching Up With e.s.t.'s Dan Berglund and Magnus Ostrom" reviewed by Renato Wardle


The tragic death of pianist Esbjörn Svensson in the summer of 2008 brought to a close the 12-year run of one of the most prolific and brilliant piano trios in recent years. The enigmatically hypnotic tapestries that the Esbjörn Svensson Trio (which came to be known as e.s.t.) wove simultaneously eschewed and venerated the jazz tradition. ...

Album

Solo Electric Bass 1

Label: Beat Records
Released: 2009


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