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Todd Neufeld

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Todd Neufeld is one of today's most versatile and unique guitarists. Working with both electric and acoustic guitarist Todd has performed and/or recorded as a member of the Lee Konitz Quartet, Masabumi Kikuchi's TPT Trio, Tyshawn Sorey's Koan, Oblique and other ensembles, Gerald Cleaver's NiMbNl, Dan Weiss Group, Tony Malaby Group, Samuel Blaser Quartet, Michael Adkins Quintet, Aaron Parks Quintet, Richie Barshay's RB3, Alexandra Grimal Quartet, Thomas Morgan Quartet, Rema Hasumi's UTAZATA band, Flin VanHemmen trio, Sergio Krakowski Trio, Vitor Goncavles quartet, Raphael Malfliet Trio and many others

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Article: Album Review

Matty Stecks & Persiflage: Night Cravings

Read "Night Cravings" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Like sneaking into the boy's room for a smoke, bassist Dave Ambrosio intros both Night Cravings, the concept and title track, with a sinister ease, sparking a slow burning fuse that once lit, ain't going out until all in attendance damn well reach accord. Or don't. Either/or, it's a spilling energy not unlike the frisson encounters ...

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Ceremonie / Musique

Label: FIP Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: La Politique Des Auteurs; Algernon; Change Of Scene; Sleepwalk Digest; Untethered; Netherland; Music From A Locked Room.

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Article: Album Review

What Happens In A Year: Ceremonie / Musique

Read "Ceremonie / Musique" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


New York-based reedist (bass clarinet, baritone saxophone) Josh Sinton says: “Every day when I wake up, I try to make some stuff." An admirable goal. One of the things he made, in cahoots with his band What Happens In A Year, is a recording called ceremonie / musique. The set has been described, accurately, as “daringly ...

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Article: We Travel the Spaceways

Heavy Rotation For A Pandemic Summer

Read "Heavy Rotation For A Pandemic Summer" reviewed by Mark Corroto


In the summer of 2020 one result of the COVID-19 isolation, and artists inability to tour and perform is that they have time to deal with projects halted by this pandemic. Musicians, producers, and engineers have mixed, mastered and released an abundance of music. Many of the titles have been, and will be covered by our ...

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Article: Album Review

Flin van Hemmen: Casting Spells & The Coves

Read "Casting Spells & The Coves" reviewed by Mark Corroto


If you live in the US you might have seen a television commercial for a mortgage company that utilizes Bob Dylan's composition “The Man In Me." Did the advertising firm choose this song because music gives us a sense of a shared experience? Certainly. Was the experience from the original Dylan recording New Morning (Columbia, 1977), ...

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Mu'U

Label: Ruweh Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Dynamics; Echo's Bones; Entrance; C.G.F.; Contraction; Taunti; Novo Voce; Kira; Nor

Article: Album Review

Vitor Gonçalves: Vitor Gonçalves Quartet

Read "Vitor Gonçalves Quartet" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Al suo debutto discografico, dopo tre anni di permanenza a New York (l'album è di quest'anno ma l'incisione è del giugno 2015), il giovane musicista brasiliano si rivela pianista e, soprattutto autore, talentoso e singolarmente eclettico. Il percorso musicale è un susseguirsi di sorprese nell'architettura dei brani, nel dinamismo ritmico e nelle scelte metriche e armoniche ...

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Article: Album Review

Todd Neufeld: Mu'U

Read "Mu'U" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Guitarist Todd Neufeld makes his debut as a leader, after recording with drummer Tyshawn Sorey on his Koan (482 Music, 2009) and Oblique-l (Pi Recordings, 2011) albums and working with the late Japanese pianist Masabumi Kikuchi, saxophonists Lee Konitz and Tony Malaby, and others. After the brief introduction “Dynamics" with bassist Thomas Morgan and ...

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Article: Interview

Todd Neufeld: Transcending the Limits of Sound

Read "Todd Neufeld: Transcending the Limits of Sound" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


Originality is a hard concept to pin down, but in music, it is a matter of having your own sound. The idea of a singular signature has been a part of the narrative of jazz for a long time, and it forms the basis of the so-called blindfold test where musicians try to ...


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