11/26/14 Community Articles
Ascendant jazz pianist and composer Jason Moran collaborated with renowned performance artist Joan Jonas on the score that he performed in her multimedia production, Reanimation. To this work, Moran brought the experience of creating his own thematic projects...
The ever-shifting textures of Ken Thomson's pre-composed and arranged music provide both an impetus and challenge for the improvisers in his quintet Slow / Fast, and reflect his multifaceted musical personality. The alto saxophonist-bass clarinetist-composer...
11/24/14 Community Articles
Tony Adamo's "Listen Here Listen Up" from the Eddie Harris song "Listen Here" will be featured on Allaboutjazz MP3 downloads Nov-28-14. And on The Steve Edwards Soul Radio Show 7:00am-10:00am Nov-29-14 A Pitts Gambino PR Joint http://media.allaboutjazz.com...
revitalizes the approach that we have forgotten with the silent and sound
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).
11/23/14 Community Articles
Recent trip to New Orleans to be part of early jazz documentary. An associated response to a social media commentary.
11/22/14 Community Articles
Profile of jazz festival promoter in Uruguay
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