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In a dissentient way direct from the Moritz von Oswald playbook

Techno techno techno but not as we know it and if your creative cup of tea fellow jazz shufflers interested in the wider world extends beyond the confines of the comfort scatter cushion then you will be more than interested in Dissent. It's been a …

Published: 20 May 2021. Updated: 35 days.

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Techno techno techno but not as we know it and if your creative cup of tea fellow jazz shufflers interested in the wider world extends beyond the confines of the comfort scatter cushion then you will be more than interested in Dissent. It's been a while but Moritz von Oswald has a trio record coming this August that finds the very cult von Oswald with electronic musician Laurel Halo and jazzer Heinrich Köbberling combining. Drummer Köbberling you may recall was on the Julia Hülsmann quartet with Theo Bleckmann's excellent A Clear Midnight: Kurt Weill and America back in 2015.

According to issuing label Modern: ''The album showcases edits of long explorative jams, from broad ambiences, uptempo dance, jazz sensibilities, noise, groove and dance beckons recalling some of techno's jazzier inclinations.''

Last we heard from von Oswald, who has collaborated with the likes of Nordic goliath Nils Petter Molvær was Sounding Lines six years ago. Dissent was recorded in Berlin towards the end of last year.

Moritz von Oswald trio. Photo: via Modern

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Madeleine Peyroux Basque country festival appearance from 2005 to be issued for the 1st time

“I think I was pretty nervous, playing in such a prestigious festival in one of these daunting, historic-looking places that was so large. At the time, a venue holding 2,000 was a lot for me.” (Madeleine Peyroux) A previously unreleased Basque …

Published: 19 May 2021. Updated: 36 days.

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“I think I was pretty nervous, playing in such a prestigious festival in one of these daunting, historic-looking places that was so large. At the time, a venue holding 2,000 was a lot for me.” (Madeleine Peyroux)

A previously unreleased Basque Country festival appearance by vintage jazz singer Madeleine Peyroux is to be issued for the first time. The recording made at the Vitoria-Gasteiz jazz festival will be released to coincide with the reissuing of the singer's classic Careless Love album this summer. Of these unheard live tracks 'Don’t Wait Too Long' is newly streaming.

Originally released in 2004 the Larry Klein-produced Careless Love itself sold more than a half a million copies in the US alone within a year of release. The new live tracks date from the following year and on this 27 August double CD triple LP Craft label release appear in an edition that features new photos and liner notes by Ashley Kahn. This autumn Peyroux is also touring again and will play Careless Love in sequence for the first time. Madeleine Peyroux photo: Yann Orhan/Craft