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Percussionist and composer John Hollenbeck is a relentlessly multi-faceted musician who moves with ease between the worlds of classical, jazz, avant-garde, and progressive …
The duo charts an avant-garde like adventure here. Italian vocalist Boris Salvoldelli is a master contortionist, where he morphs his wares through phased loops and oscil…
When I listen to this ensemble, abstract connotations or thoughts of The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour album moniker come to fruition. Of course, musical similari…
The trio led by trombonist Steve Swell, share some common ground within New York City’s infamous free and progressive jazz scene, as solo performers and members of vario…
Portuguese guitarist Luis Lopes defies rigid classifications due to his rather unconventional mode of execution witnessed on this persuasive trio date, featuring America…
For starters, the musicians’ respective careers bring quite a bit of diversity to the table. Woodwind artist, multi-instrumentalist Geoff Leigh was a member of avant-gar…
Multi-woodwind artist Vinny Golia always admired bassist Peter Kowald, and via a mutual friend, made arrangements for this studio date recorded in 2000 at a Los Angeles …
Guitarist Ben Monder and saxophonist Bill McHenry are no strangers to dedicated jazz fans. Both artists have a long recording history as leaders and as sidemen with several…
In 2005, an American and two Irishmen met at an artistic retreat in Canada. Out of that fortuitous meeting came this eclectic trio, White Rocket. The aspect of White Roc…
The West Coast trombone genius continues his odyssey of exploring the trombone/bass/drums format, with delightful results. This time the tritet is filled out with Chris Lee…