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Soufifex

Label: TryTone
Released: 2019
Track listing: Confrerie; Drinks & Logistics; Zarbi Owj; AHAP; Unnecessary Lines; Marifa; Dikri

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Spinifex: Soufifex

Read "Soufifex" reviewed by Vitalijus Gailius

The Amsterdam-based sextet Spinifex—well known for their passion to cross stylistic borders, tight irregular structures and robust improvisational eruptions—still continue their journey through different musical traditions. On their fifth full-length album, Soufifex, the ensemble flee the European musical tradition and turn their faces to the Oriental world, i.e. to the Sufi, mystical Islamic belief and practice ...

682/681

Label: TryTone
Released: 2017
Track listing: Onno (1); Oguz; Yedo (1); Mark, Jasper; Ig (1); George; Anne, Ig (1); Mark; John (1); Anne (1); John, Oguz; Yedo, George (1); Anne, Ig (2); Wilbert; Yedo, George (2); Ig (2); John (2); Onno (2); Anne (2); Jasper; Yedo (2); Onno, Wilbert.

Proverbe

Label: TryTone
Released: 2017
Track listing: Proverb 4; Ceva; Proverb 1; Approval; Haz; Proverb 2; Momentum; De 7; Proverb 3.

Music From An Imaginary Land

Label: TryTone
Released: 2017
Track listing: Kancık Dance; Allèst Allèst; Pisman; Borders; Barrio; Ricordi; Pol; Mediterranean People.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

DUMItRIO: Proverbe

Read "Proverbe" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

DUMItRIO's debut album Future Nostalgia (Self-produced, 2014) combined elements of jazz, rock, classical, electronic and Eastern European music. Proverbe, while still rooted in diverse influences, is more focused and holds together in its consistency. This new collection generates a captivating atmosphere, informed by Romanian folk music and buttressed by the readings of native proverbs and unstructured ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

AVA Trio: Music From An Imaginary Land

Read "Music From An Imaginary Land" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

The recently formed AVA Trio has a distinctly original sound that blends the musical influences of the Mediterranean, Middle-East and Western jazz on their debut recording Music From An Imaginary Land. The three young musicians play original compositions that owe more to jazz than to global influences but they incorporate their native heritages, along with somewhat ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lisa Cay Miller: 682/681

Read "682/681" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Canadian pianist Lisa Cay Miller has been playing her instrument since the age of four, later taking up flute as well. Her divergent intermingling of improvisation, avant-garde and classical music has been on display in two previous projects with the improvising cellist Peggy Lee. On her unique 682/681, abstract improvisation rules across twenty-two vignettes. The title ...

Les Indignés

Label: TryTone
Released: 2016
Track listing: Les Indignés; Bin Laden's Trial; Parcelas Desiguales; Morphology: The Form; Morphology: Emptiness; Demagogical Dreams of a Beautiful World; Borges and My Father; Bicicleta Boy.

Reverse Camouflage

Label: TryTone
Released: 2016
Track listing: Eptaenneadeka; Pallidus; Nox; Superciliosus; Diminutus; Arborescens; Selene; Bimaculatus; Veligero; Niveus; Argus; Tenebricus; Tung Sten.


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