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Tula's Jazz Club: A Seattle Tradition in the Making

Read "Tula's Jazz Club: A Seattle Tradition in the Making" reviewed by Paul Rauch

Life in the Pacific Northwest is hauntingly similar to jazz music itself, from that which is inward, deep in the recesses of our collective soul, to the outward expressionism as a ray of sunlight, an exaltation of joy, harmony expressed in the deep, deep blue of sentient life, and of our enlightened sky. High notes expressed ...

Cross The Center

Label: Tables & Chairs
Released: 2013
Track listing: Funfun; Nature Boy; Liuzza’s; Adagio and Babel; Carcassi.

Do It Live

Label: Tables & Chairs
Released: 2013
Track listing: Santa Barbara; Yeti; Distractions In Direction; Steady; Urban Tribes.

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Hardcoretet: Do It Live

Read "Do It Live" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The opening minute of Do It Live seems like a bait-and-switch scenario; with a band name like Hardcoretet, wit and power would seem to be requisite ingredients in the group's work, but only sunshine and rainbows appear at first. Fortunately, these sounds are merely a gateway into the music of this Seattle-based foursome. As this opening ...

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WA: Cross The Center

Read "Cross The Center" reviewed by Dave Wayne

On its surface, Cross The Center may seem like a guitar/drums free jazz freakout. This perplexingly named group from the Pacific Northwest, like their homies Dylan Carlson, SUNN)))000, and The Melvins, proves convincingly that it is possible to freak out with great intelligence, wit and skill. Sure, the electric guitars of Simon Henneman and C. J. ...

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Hardcoretet: Do It Live

Read "Do It Live" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Hailing from Seattle, Hardcoretet convey glimpses of vintage jazz fusion along with inferences to the region's renegade stylistic tendencies, topped off with youthful fortitude. Essentially, the group packs a big punch into this LP-length outing. A tight-knit and well-rehearsed unit, the musicians also delve into loose-groove frameworks, awash with clear and articulately executed sax and keys ...

Cross The Center

Label: Tables & Chairs
Released: 2012
Track listing: Funfish; Nature Boy; Liuzza’s; Adagio and Babel; Carcassi.

Sleeper

Label: Tables & Chairs
Released: 2012
Track listing: Sleeper.

Do It Live

Label: Tables & Chairs
Released: 2012
Track listing: Santa Barbara; Yeti; Distractions In Direction; Steady; Urban Tribes.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Neil Welch: Sleeper

Read "Sleeper" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Sleeper is a quality product from noted Seattle new music and jazz saxophonist Neil Welch, who composed the lone 28-minute title track based on an incident that occurred during the US presence in Iraq. Sans rhythm section, Welch paints a vivid storyline, interspersing microtonal extended notes with deft subtleties and touches upon contemporary classical frameworks. Since ...


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