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Live Recordings 2019-2020

Label: We Jazz Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Fallow; Zomp; Liberty; Hypno; Aero; Kobi; Solution Black; Ecru; Telemagenta; Calling James.

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Timo Lassy and Teppo Mäkynen: Live Recordings 2019-2020

Read "Live Recordings 2019-2020" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


The Finnish pairing of Timo Lassy and Teppo Mäkynen belongs to the kind of collaborations where one really doesn't know what to expect next, but that whatever it is, it's bound to be quite extraordinary. Both respected leaders in their own right and busy musicians in contexts that reach far beyond the boundaries of jazz, the ...

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JAF Trio

Label: We Jazz Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Ninth Row Of The Fifth Floor; Masterpiece; Something New; Nostalgia; Dark Sparkle; Shades Of Tomorrow; Der Er Dig.

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ALQE

Label: We Jazz Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Monograph I; Erzeben Strasse; Mary Hartman; Pocket Yoga; Monograph II; Oblique; P.S.; Le Petit Lactoire; Rowan.

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Imagine Giving Up

Label: We Jazz Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Finding the Feeling; Focus Re-Focus; Everything is Everything Else; Up; The Smile When You Fall; Stand Still.

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Superposition

Label: We Jazz Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Antiplace; Bilawal; Ballad No. 3; Miimo; Choral; Wasteland; For The Fallen; March.

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JAF Trio: JAF Trio

Read "JAF Trio" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


JAF Trio's eponymous debut outing is filled with tight drumbeats, striding bass walks and quirky sax lines sliding down slippery slopes. The young Danish-Finish outfit, composed of saxophonist Adele Sauros, Joonas Tuuri on bass and drummer Frederik Emil Bulow, offers a first glimpse into their studio work after having performed together on several occasions over the ...

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Antti Lotjonen Quintet East: ALQE

Read "ALQE" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Bassist Antti Lötjönen is anything but a small name in the Finnish jazz cosmos. Holding down the deep frequency spectrum in some of the country's most renowned instrumental outfits, such as the electronica-infused jazz trio 3TM or the acoustic Ilmiliekki Quartet, Lötjönen has established a cunning reputation as a sideman leading up to this, his debut ...

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Superposition: Superposition

Read "Superposition" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


This outing by Helsinki-based jazz group Superposition is as bold as debut records come. In place of catchy melodies, the reeds focus on odd lines composed of small intervals. Instead of comfortable swing and funky shuffles, bass-and snare-drum work up a choppy sweat to wild cymbal blows. Not to mention the unstoppable double-bass fingers, running up ...

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Jonah Prazen-Johnson: Imagine Giving Up

Read "Imagine Giving Up" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


When Jonah Parzen-Johnson released his first full-length album, Michiana (Primary Records, 2012), the Brooklyn-based artist seemed to give priority status to the electronics through which he filtered his baritone saxophone compositions. Even more so, Parzen-Johnson's 2015 follow up, Remember When Things Were Better Tomorrow (also on Primary), was dominated by ambient drones. Parzen-Johnson has continued to ...


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