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Review in brief: Frequency Disasters

All about texture and very soothing in a certain significant sense that does not diminish its tactile, exploratory ambitions, Frequency Disasters is an avant must that was released last month on Mark Wastell's Confront recordings label by the trio …

Published: 8 Oct 2020. Updated: 7 months.

All about texture and very soothing in a certain significant sense that does not diminish its tactile, exploratory ambitions, Frequency Disasters is an avant must that was released last month on Mark Wastell's Confront recordings label by the trio of the same name who are the distinguished Cagian improviser Steve Beresford on prepared piano, toys, electronics; Valentina Magaletti, drums and percussion; and Pierpaolo Martino, double bass. Serene yet serious abstraction, not without its lighter moments, of the highest order.

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Upcoming album by Mariza interprets the music of Amália Rodrigues

During this the centenary of the birth of Amália Rodrigues it chimes that the marvellous Mariza, to many none finer in fado today, is paying tribute on Mariza Canta Amália – the title of which in English is ''Mariza Sings Amália.'' 'Gaivota,' …

Published: 8 Oct 2020. Updated: 7 months.

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During this the centenary of the birth of Amália Rodrigues it chimes that the marvellous Mariza, to many none finer in fado today, is paying tribute on Mariza Canta Amália – the title of which in English is ''Mariza Sings Amália.''

'Gaivota,' 'Estranha Forma de Vida,' 'Com que Voz,' 'Fado Português,' 'Povo que Lavas no Rio,' and 'Foi Deus' are among the tracks.

Look for 'Lágrima,' the first single from the album on 30 October ahead of its 20 November release. Rodrigues released the song as the opening track of the album of the same name in 1983.