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The Cinematic Orchestra - In Motion #1 (2012)

2012-04-15T08:44:16.203+02:00

Artist: The Cinematic Orchestra Title Of Album: In Motion #1 Year Of Release: 25 June, 2012 Label: Ninja Tune Genre: Broken Beat, Nu Jazz, Nu Soul Quality: mp3 Bitrate: 320 kbps Total Time: 01:19:48 min Total Size: 188 mb WebSite: juno.co.uk TRACKLIST 1. Necrology [8:20] 2. Lapis (feat. Austin Peralta) [8:58] 3. Outer Space (feat. Dorian Concept & Tom Chant) [9:26] 4. Dream Work (feat. Dorian



Matana Roberts - Live in London (2011)

2012-04-11T17:46:00.253+02:00

Matana Roberts (pronounced Mah-tah-Na) is a dynamic saxophonist, composer, and improviser whose music exposes the mystical roots and spiritual traditions of African American creative expression. Live In London, the follow-up to her acclaimed debut The Chicago Project, features her UK band including pianist Robert Mitchell, bassist Tom Mason, and drummer Chris Vatalaro of Antibalas. Recorded



Wadada Leo Smith's Mbira - Dark Lady Of The Sonnets (2011)

2012-04-11T09:44:00.054+02:00

Wadada Leo Smith's Mbira is an ensemble that works within the idiom of American creative music but also in the realms of the Mbira music of the Shona culture in Zimbabwe and even traditional Chinese music. With pipa player Min Xiao-Fen and drummer Pheeroan akLaff, Wadada Leo Smith has produced an album that is powerful and instantly captivating, ancient and contemporary at the same time.



Tim Berne - Snakeoil (2012)

2012-04-10T15:40:00.486+02:00

After compelling contributions to ECM discs by David Torn and Michael Formanek, here is Tim Berne s first leader date for the label and his first studio record in 8 years. Snakeoil introduces a fascinating ensemble, a chamber-like group in Berne s words, albeit one that packs some power. Tim s clear alto is heard with Oscar Noriega s earthy clarinets, Mat Mitchell s cryptic piano, and Ches



Cecil Taylor - Almeda (1996)

2012-04-10T09:38:36.718+02:00

In the nearly forty years since the recording of Unit Structures, Cecil Taylor has steadfastly developed his orchestral music as arguably the most unique musical expression of one of the (jazz) world's most intelligent and idiosyncratic minds. Recorded during the Total Music Meeting in Berlin on November 2, 1996, Almeda is an honest documentation of a single Taylor "composition for large



Robert Glasper Experiment - Black Radio (2012)

2012-04-05T13:59:00.110+02:00

Robert Glasper Experiment will release Black Radio (Blue Note Records/EMI), a future landmark album that boldly stakes out new musical territory and transcends any notion of genre, drawing from jazz, hip hop, R&B and rock, but refusing to be pinned down by any one tag. The fi rst full-length album from the GRAMMY-nominated keyboardist's electric Experiment band--saxist/vocoderist Casey



Georgia Anne Muldrow - Seeds (2012)

2012-04-05T10:56:04.053+02:00

SomeOthaShip Connect is set to release Georgia Anne Muldrow's upcoming album, Seeds, March 26th 2012. Seeds not only marks Georgia's first album as a vocalist on an outside producers instrumentation, it also marks the first full length project Madlib has produced exclusively for a female vocalist. Says Georgia, Not handling production and focusing strictly on the lyrics and vocals was a



The Elementary Revolt

2012-02-05T11:54:52.034+01:00

http://elementaryrevolt.blogspot.com/ This will be an instant-bookmark of yours, believe me. They deliver the finest underground music (and not so underground) in the field of Hardcore, Punk, Crust, Slowcore, Noise, Screamo and Metal. You'll get plenty of jaw droppings posts, with the bands of your youth all displayed in emotionally driven posts. Check out for the greatness that spill out from



Dinosaur Jr. - You're Living All Over Me [Remastered]

2012-01-12T16:40:05.202+01:00

A blitzkrieg fusion of hardcore punk, Sonic Youth-style noise freak-outs, heavy metal, and melodic hard rock in the vein of Neil Young, You're Living All Over Me was a turning point in American underground rock & roll. With its thin, unbalanced mix, the album sounds positively menacing and edgy -- Lou Barlow's bass barrels forward over Murph's clanking drums, with J Mascis' guitar twisting



The Fall - The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004

2011-11-26T18:02:25.752+01:00

This was posted long time ago on these very pages, I know. But links are broken so a re-up is absolutely deserved. I'm bit lazy lately, taken by a lot of stupid things in "real life". And of course by MW3. Anyway, I feel that this comprensive labour of love, that goes by the name of "The Complete Peel Sessions", will make your week-end a bit better, either if you're an hardcore Fall fan-boy/



Paolo Fresu/A Filetta Corsican Voices/Daniele di Bonaventura - Mistico Mediterraneo

2011-11-20T10:18:37.322+01:00

At a time when cross-pollination has become the new musical evolution, ECM Records remains at the vanguard. Whether blending music of Tunisian origins with European impressionistic concerns and hints of New World groove on oudist Anouar Brahem's The Astounding Eyes of Rita (2009), or marrying Persian percussion with Baroque instrumentation and Fourth World improvisation on keyboardist Jon Balke's



Charles Mingus - The Complete Candid Recordings

2011-11-16T07:31:41.472+01:00

Bassist/leader Charles Mingus cut some of his most exciting and rewarding recordings for Candid in 1960 and this superb four-LP set (which unfortunately is a limited edition) contains all of the music except for a couple of alternate takes that showed up later on. Five selections feature the brilliant piano-less quartet of Eric Dolphy (on alto, bass clarinet, and flute), trumpeter Ted Curson,



Yo-Yo Ma - J. S. Bach: The 6 Unaccompanied Cello Suites

2011-11-14T07:31:04.349+01:00

Yo-Yo Ma recorded J.S. Bach's Six Unaccompanied Cello Suites on two occasions, first for release on LP in 1983, then again in 1997 on CD. It is the 1983 recording that is presented in Sony's Great Performances line, and the original digital recordings have been processed through direct stream digital to enhance the cello's sound with greater warmth and presence. Ma's readings of Bach are fairly



Charles Mingus and Friends in Concert

2011-11-13T23:05:51.758+01:00

Most of Charles Mingus's larger-group recordings, particularly in the later part of his career, tended to be unruly and somewhat undisciplined. This two-CD reissue set (which adds five selections to the original two-LP program), which celebrated Mingus's return to jazz after six years of little activity. Such great jazzmen as baritonist Gerry Mulligan, tenor saxophonist Gene Ammons, altoist Lee



Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um

2011-11-12T16:09:01.087+01:00

Charles Mingus' debut for Columbia, Mingus Ah Um is a stunning summation of the bassist's talents and probably the best reference point for beginners. While there's also a strong case for The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady as his best work overall, it lacks Ah Um's immediate accessibility and brilliantly sculpted individual tunes. Mingus' compositions and arrangements were always extremely



The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - From The Stairwell

2011-11-10T15:56:04.737+01:00

Upon listening to The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble, one will find that their lengthy name is actually quite fitting to their sound. The hodgepodge septet of Europeans (the ‘Ensemble’) began its peculiar origin (‘Kilimanjaro’) when band founders Jason Köhnen (AKA breakcore musician Bong-Ra) and Gideon Kiers began merging their audio and visual skills to readapt old films such as Nosferatu and



Mingus on Mingus

2011-11-10T12:16:00.154+01:00

Directed by Kevin Ellington MingusMingus on Mingus is a documentary of a grandson discovering the truths behind the legend of the grandfather he never knew. Known to the world as a composer who left one of the largest musical legacies of the 20th century, the film highlights the voices of the people he touched and the places he lived.  While following the search for a grandfather and a



Godspeed You Black Emperor! - Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven

2011-11-08T07:39:16.776+01:00

Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven, the much-anticipated follow-up to Godspeed You Black Emperor's Slow Riot, is a double-disc achievement of four works (each with multiple parts): "Storm," "Static," "Sleep," and "Antennas to Heaven." It is a windfall for any fan of ambient pop, orchestral rock, space rock, or simply lush string arrangements who understands how powerful love,



Matana Roberts - COIN COIN Chapter One: Gens de couleur libres

2011-11-07T06:29:40.033+01:00

Independent rock labels have made great headway in turning on listeners to challenging, cutting-edge jazz. Homestead and Henry Rollins’ defunct 213 and Infinite Zero labels helped expose David S. Ware, Matthew Shipp, and William Parker to more casual jazz fans in the early 90s, and these and other avant jazz artists have been doing great work for Thirsty Ear’s Blue Series over the last



Konitz/Mehldau/Haden/Motian: Live at Birdland

2011-11-05T19:55:52.259+01:00

The tunes are familiar, Great American Songbook and jazz standards all. So for those unfamiliar with the names involved in this quartet outing, the old complaint of "same old same old" could surface. But with alto saxophonist Lee Konitz at the top of the listing, "same old same old" gets rolled out the door. Konitz, with over 60 years of professional experience—from the 1949 Birth of the Cool (



Avishai Cohen - Seven Seas

2011-11-05T09:24:37.148+01:00

Over the past few years, bassist Avishai Cohen has become recognized as one of the most creative musicians of current times. A fertile composer of the highest rank, he has, among other things, enriched and expanded the genre he works in: a master of the upright bass, an improviser of not-so-often-seen genius, and a bandleader with a rich and kaleidoscopic history. Seven Seas is another



Jethro Tull - Aqualung (40th Anniversary Edition) {2011}

2011-11-03T23:27:26.541+01:00

This 40th anniversary remastered edition of Aqualung is easily the most difference making remaster I've ever heard. The sound just jumps out at you and because of this, there is a freshness to this version that almost makes it sound brand new. Already a classic album, the sound on Aqualung now takes us back to those days when we listened to these on vinyl in all their rich analog glory! Ian



John Zorn - Nova Express

2011-11-03T07:04:58.993+01:00

Following up on seeds first planted in the depths of the Interzone conspiracy, Nova Express combines the quirky atonal lyricism of Zorn's classical music with the cut up techniques of Naked City and the intimate virtuosity of the Masada songbook. Scored for a modern jazz quartet of vibes, piano, bass and drums, these episodic, dynamic and moody compositions feature some of Zorn's strongest



Lou Reed & Metallica - LULU

2011-11-02T19:42:31.198+01:00

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Cyro Baptista's Banquet of the Spirits - Caym – Book of Angels - Vol. 17 {Tzadik}

2011-11-01T08:01:41.499+01:00

Cyro Baptista's Banquet of the Spirits plays John Zorn's Masada Book 2 Featuring: Cyro Baptista Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz Tim Keiper Brian Marsella Written in a flash of creativity during three months in late 2004, the 316 compositions in John Zornメs Book of Angels contain some of his most critically acclaimed works. Recorded by a wide variety of ensembles over the past seven years, Caym is the