Beat Funktion’s latest endeavor is the next contribution to a growing discography that I feel one day will be added to the reference point of great funk/jazz bands, certainly ones to watch. Highly Recommended!
Akira Sakata, Pete Cosey, Hamid Drake, Bill Laswell - Music To Be Released On M.O.D. Technologies In December As Part Of Incunabula Digital Series
Two Releases - Japanese free jazz icon Akira Sakata in collaboration with the legendary guitarist Pete Cosey, drummer Hamid Drake and bassist Bill Laswell. AND: Taken from a Jarmusch soundtrack, Bilmawn captures elements of Moroccan music.
M.O.D. Technologies To Release PETER APFELBAUM'S SPARKLER, I Colored It In For You, As Part Of Incunabula Digtal Series
Multi-instrumentalist Peter Apfelbaum (New York Hieroglyphics) introduces the debut track by his newest band, SPARKLER. Co-produced by Apfelbaum and Aaron Johnston (Brazilian Girls).
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is a meditation explicit full of dazzling new archetypes sound.
this production is the expectant fragility of the painter Amy Wheeler in his popular painture "Harmony in My Head"
Saxophonist Ernie Watts has probably garnered the most exposure and respect over the years through his long association with Charlie Haden's Quartet West, and so it's fitting that he offers an "Extra Special Thanks" to the bassist within the jacket of this...
Stonebreaker is a nice, silent and coherent album and makes the listener curious about the sequel, and that is exceptional in this age of plenty. Hats off to Kinzelman and his Ghost.
Hungarian Power Trio JÜ Joins Norwegian Saxophone Icon Kjetil Møster On Provocative New Collaboration For RareNoiseRecords, JÜ Meets Møster
Worlds collide when the raucous Budapest-based power trio ‘JÜ’ (consisting of guitarist Àdàm Mészáros, fuzz-bassist Ernö Hock and drummer Andràs Halmos) joins saxophonist Kjetil Møster for this subversive meeting of the minds.
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