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On the Asylum

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2021
Track listing: What What; Twenty Twenty; Homeward; Trombone Interlude; The Prom; Solitude Tune; Echoes Across the Dunes; Edwards Chacone; Music Orbit Box; Humming Ships; On the Asylum; Septet Serenade; A Snippet From "Music for Valves and Pedals; Worms of Underground.

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Article: Radio

Gard Nilssen, Sam Rivers, Laura Toxvaerd & Dan Blake

Read "Gard Nilssen, Sam Rivers, Laura Toxvaerd & Dan Blake" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Drummers sparkle in the first hour of this edition of OMJ--Norway's Gard Nilssen with his Supersonic Orchestra, free jazz veteran Abbey Rader, and the iconoclastic RaKalam Bob Moses--plus a long track from some newly released music from the private stash of Sam Rivers. The second hour is a mix of styles, even including some blues from ...

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Article: Radio

One Man’s Jazz’ 2020 Favourite Releases

Read "One Man’s Jazz’ 2020 Favourite Releases" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


These days, it seems we all like to pick our favourites or best-of lists. I've been doing this for several years so why stop now. Despite the pandemic and its disastrous effect on the music business, there was some excellent music released in 2020. I'll cover some of them in this show and the next. If ...

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Are You Happy ?

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2020
Track listing: Meningen Med Vad; Plinplongpiano; Oraklet I Finnaker; Drommusik; Paminnesler For Den Kortsinnade; Nytt Hopp Over Atlanten; SkygGlappar Pa I Lusthuset; Are You Happy?.

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Berit In Space

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2020
Track listing: Cinco De Mayo; Sven-Eric Snyltaren; Gil Bill; Kaya Boca; City Sirens; Henry And Bernard; Notredame; Lost Keys; Berit In Space; Sweet Jesus.

Article: Radio

Steph Richards, Dwight Trible, Roberto Ottaviano, Craig Taborn & More New Releases

Read "Steph Richards, Dwight Trible, Roberto Ottaviano, Craig Taborn & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


This week our playlist is bursting at the seams with great projects, several of which explore the renewed interest in what many like to call 'spiritual jazz,' from Roberto Ottaviano to Dwight Trible's Cosmic Vibrations and Matthew Halsall out of the increasingly interesting Manchester jazz scene. The rest of the playlist alternates forward looking projects like ...

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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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Danel Bingert: Berit In Space

Read "Berit In Space" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Berit In Space is available in all formats from LP to CD and digital except cassette, but you don't have to play the vinyl version to get at least some of the vinyl experience. The album's very clever sound incorporates what is described as a “true-vinyl-record-remaster" that includes a needle drop as each “side" begins, plus ...

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Article: Radio

Susana Santos Silva, Tim Berne, Andrew Bain and More

Read "Susana Santos Silva, Tim Berne, Andrew Bain and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Some of the jazz world's top female improvisers are front and center in this episode. Anna Webber and Angela Morris, two Canadian expat saxophonists who've earned big cred in New York, have released Both Are True with their excellent big band. Portuguese trumpeter Susana Santos Silva has a new album with her quintet, Impermanence. You'll also ...


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