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Abbs, Tom/Frequency Response - Lost & Found
"In his third outing leading the Frequency Response group, Tom Abbs (Yuganaut, Cooper-Moore's Triptych Myth, Andrew Lamb Trio) takes you through a mesmerizing mix of free-jazz, groove, third wave and noise. From the heart wrenching title track 'Lost,'...
Anderson, Fred - Staying In The Game
"Staying in the Game starts off with the 24-minute explosion 'Sunday Afternoon' with Fred Anderson weaving in and around the active rhythm section of Harrison Bankhead and Tim Daisy. The energy starts slow and builds to the fire Fred Anderson is known...
Blum, John - In the Shade of Sun
John Blum (piano)
William Parker (bass)
Sunny Murray (drums)
"John Blum was born in New York City, April 15, 1968 and has been a mainstay of the free-jazz community there for over 15 years. 'I first heard John at Bennington (where I...
Chadbourne, Eugene/Warren Smith - Odd Time
Eugene Chadbourne (12-string banjo, banjo, vocals), Warren Smith (drums, tympani, marimba, percussion, vibes)
"Eugene Chadbourne is like a banjo-slinging 21st-century incarnation of Mark Twain. He underlines the absurdity of the war on drugs...
Giant Dwarf - Rabbitwood
"Where the free jazz caravan dropped off a Sonny Sharrock-like guitar tone near a Williamsburg indie rock spot with instructions to respect the spaces around and between the notes, you will find the duo Giant Dwarf. On their Engine Studios debut...
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Haynes, Stephen/Warren Smith/Joe Morris - Parrhesia
"To save you a short trip to Google, “parrhesia” means “to speak everything” and, by extension, “to speak freely,” “to speak boldly,” or “boldness.” Without getting bogged down in intellectual scaffolding, what Stephen Haynes, Joe Morris, and Warren...
Hooker, William - Yearn for Certainty
It is too simplistic to categorize William Hooker as a fiery drummer who constantly explores structure and genre. Joined by multi-instrumentalists David Soldier and Sabir Mateen, his trio is both tender and thunderous!"...
Jordan, Kidd - On Fire 2
Great trio jazz from a great jazz trio: Kidd Jordan-sax, Harrison Bankhead-bass, cello, Warren Smith-drums, vibes, percussion.
"Kidd Jordan returns with his unique brand of fire-blues-free-jazz. When you hear his staccato phrases circling...
Lamb, Andrew - New Orleans Suite
"Remixed and remastered for the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Andrew Lamb’s New Orleans Suite is a testament to the continued power and relevance of jazz, pouring out a wide range of emotions for listeners: shock, anger, sadness, and hope...
Many Arms - Missing Time
I have seen these guys a couple of times and have always enjoyed them. They play a wild, powerful form of power-trio out-rock. These guys are jazz-trained, but rock-ready. If your taste runs towards tight and a bit brutal, this, their second album...
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Matta Gawa - bA
"Drums (Samuel T Lohman) & Guitar (Edward J Ricart) Improvised Astral Cartography. MATTA GAWA is an improvising drums+guitar duo hailing from Washington DC. Building with time and texture, their music is deeply connected to the methods and spirit of ...
Settles, Brian - Secret Handshake
"Brian Settles brings his buttery, powerful sax tone to his Engine Studios debut recording, along with a longstanding playing relationship with the musicians who make up his group Central Union. The listener hears mindful improvisation from those years...
Smith, Warren - Old News Borrowed Blues
"On Old News Borrowed Blues Warren Smith gathers the Composer's Workshop Ensemble to explore his approach to music, which he refers to as 'a little bit inside, a little bit outside.' Starting the album out with an energetic big band opener, 'Lock the...
Trio Caveat/Josh Sinton - Introspective Athletics/Pine Barren
Trio Caveat: James Ilgenfritz-bass, Chris Welcome-guitar, Jonathan Moritz-tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone.
Josh Sinton-baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet.
"I'm always looking to drag the genre of jazz music out of its.
Triptet - Figure In The Carpet
"Figure in the Carpet is a darker journey for Triptet, with explorations about the loneliness of space travel and the isolation of technology. The opening track pushes listeners out of a spaceship, into a desolate world where uncertainty and danger...
Triptet - Imaginary Perspective
"There is jazz music outside of New York and Chicago, and it can be sophisticated and engaging. Such is the case with Imaginary Perspective by Triptet, hailing from the moist and wooded epicenter of grunge: Seattle. By discarding traditional ideas...