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Zeno De Rossi

"...the estimable Zeno De Rossi on drums, who moved from subtlest gradations of pulsation to kickass powerhouse tub-thumper in the blink of a millisecond (the snail crawls across the edge of the razor blade)" - Gary Lucas NYC

Able to move between jazz, experimental music and avant-garde pop and rock, drummer and composer Zeno De Rossi (Verona - 1970), is one of the most in- demand musicians in the Italian music scene. His interest in music and the drums came early through the record collection of his father and older brothers.

His stylistic versatility have been featured with Chris Speed, Dave Douglas, Cuong Vu, Greg Cohen, Mike Patton, Briggan Krauss, Anthony Coleman, Marc Ribot, Steven Bernstein, Josh Roseman, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Jamie Saft, Ted Reichman, Frank London, Ralph Alessi, Jessica Lurie, Jim Black, Giovanni Maier, Francesco Bearzatti, Gianluca Petrella, Franco D'Andrea, Gianni Gebbia, Daniele D'Agaro, Marco Cappelli, Cristina Zavalloni, Vinicio Capossela, Mark Orton, Gary Valente, David Murray, Amy Denio, Simone Massaron, Xabier Iriondo, Massimo Pupillo, Carla Bozulich, Ben Goldberg, Gary Lucas, Curtis Hasselbring, Enrico Rava, Tenores di Bitti, The Klezmatics, Antonello Salis, Gianluigi Trovesi, Alexander Balanescu, Han Bennink a.o.

Elpis

Label: Skirl Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Cathy Cline; Abuela Maria; Being Kepesh; Bread; To the Masters; Kaddish; Sam; Rye; Jean; Speed Limit 50 ; Les Anges; Not in Toulouse.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Zeno De Rossi Trio: Elpis

Read "Elpis" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

A sei anni dall'eccellente Kepos , torna il trio di Zeno De Rossi, con Giorgio Pacorig al Fender Rodhes e Francesco Bigoni a sax tenore e clarinetto. Non che il batterista veronese nel frattempo fosse stato fermo: accanto alle tante compatercipazioni di prestigio avevano infatti visto la luce Zenophilia, in trio con Filippo Vignato e Piero ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Otis Sandsjö, Pablo Ablanedo, Webber/Morris Big Band and More

Read "Otis Sandsjö, Pablo Ablanedo, Webber/Morris Big Band and More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Second part of this week's review of new and upcoming releases [for the first part click here] with the great return of master arranger Pablo Ablanedo, the new single by Swedish saxophonist and flutist Otis Sandsjö, two new projects by the prolific oud and guitarist Gordon Grdina, and saxophones in solo, duo, trio and quartet settings. ...

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Give the Drummer (More Than) Some! Part 1

Read "Give the Drummer (More Than) Some! Part 1" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

As we hunker down amidst a terrifying pandemic what we need is to drum up our positive energy and attitude. So here's a special home edition of Mondo Jazz spotlighting projects led by creative drummers. Just another way to give drummers more than some! Stay home, socially distance, but musically connected. And don't forget ...

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A Jazz Immuno-Booster: Part 3

Read "A Jazz Immuno-Booster: Part 3" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

The suggestions from musicians eager to share, in these trying times, the music they turn to when they need to uplift or sooth their souls keep pouring in. Here's the third volume of this immuno-booster jazz mix-tape series, featuring a compelling mix of jazz masters, contemporary jazz guitar heroes, latin tinge, soul and new gospel.

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Kirk Knuffke, Charles Lloyd, FIDOqrtet and More

Read "Kirk Knuffke, Charles Lloyd, FIDOqrtet and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

This episode has several excellent contemporary trumpet/cornet/flugelhorn players scattered throughout the playlist: players like Brian Groder (new recording Luminous Arcs ), Dan Rosenboom, Kirk Knuffke, Nate Wooley (with Harris Eisenstadt), Ron Horton and Rob Mazurek (Chicago Underground Quartet). Those horns are staples of big bands too, so you'll hear plenty in the music from Sweden's Maluba ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gabriele Coen Quintet: Leonard Bernstein Tribute

Read "Leonard Bernstein Tribute" reviewed by Claudio Bonomi

Gabriele Coen sa come smarcarsi all'interno di uno spesso scontato scenario jazz contemporaneo che ama mimetizzarsi sotto i veli di un'apparente originalità o modernità tout court. Aveva già dato prova in passato del suo savoir faire interpretativo nei tributi a Kurt Weill e a John Zorn e anche nel caso di Leonard Bernstein il sassofonista e ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paolo Botti La Fabbrica dei Botti: Lomax Lives!

Read "Lomax Lives!" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Nel 2015, in occasione del centenario della nascita del grande etnomusicologo Alan Lomax, Paolo Botti gli dedicò un album al quale pensava da molto tempo, essendo sempre stato il ricercatore statunitense uno dei punti di riferimento della sua formazione e crescita artistica. In quel disco il multistrumentista romano proponeva una ventina di brani di Lomax eseguendoli ...

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Mondo Jazz Turns 100! Zeno De Rossi, Vincent Courtois, Tim Berne and New Releases

Read "Mondo Jazz Turns 100! Zeno De Rossi, Vincent Courtois, Tim Berne and New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

This week Mondo Jazz turns 100 episodes old. So we open with the uplifting “celebration" by South African pianist Bheki Mseleku before delving into what we like best, unearthing precious gems from around the world. In this segment we feature another great stack of new releases, including the upcoming The Fantastic Mrs. 10 by Tim Berne's ...


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