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Jasper Høiby, Planet B

Less satisfying than anything by Phronesis or from Malija the eco-themed concept album Planet B shapes the great bassist Jasper Høiby's tonal surety of execution around the highly melodic saxophone...

Published: 26 Mar 2020. Updated: 4 days ago.

Pablo Held, Ascent

The only ''unlocking mechanism'' anyone is thinking about at the moment as events overtake just about everything is a Coronavirus vaccine, not the so-named first track of Ascent. The album...

Published: 25 Mar 2020. Updated: 5 days ago.

Oded Tzur, Here Be Dragons

Saxophonist Oded Tzur, with pianist Nitai Hershkovits, known for his work for instance on Duende with the bassist Avishai Cohen, Petros Klampanis on double bass and Johnathan Blake, drums, on...

Published: 20 Mar 2020. Updated: 10 days ago.

Immortal Onion, XD [Experience Design]

Peeling off the layers, an obvious metaphorical conceit to begin, presented with a band who call themselves slightly preposterously ''Immortal Onion.'' There is nothing however remotely preposterous about what this...

Published: 19 Mar 2020. Updated: 11 days ago.

Bobby Previte, Jamie Saft, Nels Cline, Music From The Early 21st Century, RareNoise

Some of the lead-off tracks from Music From The Early 21st Century were great. But listening to it all through however is a different, patchier, experience. While the album has...

Published: 18 Mar 2020. Updated: 12 days ago.

Raoul Björkenheim, Solar Winds, Long Song Records

Björkenheim has always been a galaxy ahead. He has an incredible spirit that remains undimmed by age. He deploys a blitzkrieg of tactics in his preferred jazz-rock-free-jazz style and while...

Published: 18 Mar 2020. Updated: 12 days ago.