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Alessio Antoni is a friend of the blog, having made a previous appearance with his disc The NHART Demo[n]s in March of 2018. His latest release surpasses even that dark masterpiece of a debut, partly because he continues to explore the depths of sound, and partly because he was a few guests adding a few […]
Kiriakos Sfetsas and the Greek Fusion Orchestra provide a cool combination of jazz fusion and a light touch of ethnic Greek music. A VERY light touch, but it works beautifully on this album. Composed By – Kiriakos Sfetsas Acoustic Bass – Giorgos Theodoridis Alto Saxophone – Stelios Vichos Baritone Saxophone – Giorgos Halkiadakis Clarinet – […]
Rob Mazurek is a cornetist, composer and sound explorer out of Chicago who has collaborated with some of the best groups and instrumentalists in the world of experimental music. He has collaborated with Jim O’Rourke, Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Stereolab, along with fellow Chicagoans Tortoise. The record sounds like a paean to Miles Davis-era […]
‘High priestess of psychedelic Arabic jazz’ couldn’t fit better for British/Bahraini trumpeter and band leader Yazz Ahmed. She is the queen of jazz fusion at the moment, and her band is as tight as can possibly be. One track, of course, is not enough, but I’m hoping it’s a taste of what is to come.
Fancy Music releases another stellar album. The brothers Petyaev, Peter (saxophone) and Pavel (guitar) front a band that would be favorably comparable to legendary 1980s New York jazz-funk bands like Material or Mark Ribot’s many collaborative efforts, but there’s also a very dark, angry, post-punk vibe to this album, thanks to the fine bass playing […]
https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/v=2/track=3575127210/album=4264786822/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/artwork=small/ A new compilation showcases some of the city’s exciting new talent. via A Brief Introduction to Melbourne’s Jazz and Soul Scene — Bandcamp Daily