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Label: Windbell - wb21 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz
Aaron Jerome combines his brilliant production skills with accomplished musicianship and a rising Dj career. Working at one of London's top independent record stores has not only secured him a myriad of contacts in the music industry, but also exposed him to a wide range of musical influences - as is readily apparent on his debut album "Time to Rearrange" which features plenty of young and up-and-coming guest artists such as B ajka, Simphiwe Dana South African SAMA 6 times award winning artistMozez Zero 7Yungun and Kathrin deBoer Belleruche.
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Labels: UK. Monday, February 23, Fertile Ground. Although they're considered new artists, Fertile Ground has seven years, countless performances, and dozens of recordings to their credit. After 2 years of Young Fresh Fellows Theme - Young Fresh Fellows - The Fabulous Sounds Of The Pacific Northwest / Top touring, writing and recording, the group unveiled their fourth full-length masterpiece, simply entitled Black Is The highly-anticipated CD, is the sequel to the acclaimed release Seasons Change.
This fourth full-length album, contains a range of ethereal classics such as "Yellow Daisies", a soulful jazz waltz ballad full of affirmation, the joyful noise of "Live In the Light"; and the introspectively revealing song "Naked," which gives us an example of how to The Moon - Mama!Milk - Fragrance of Notes connect with and reflect each other.
Selling more thanalbumsFertile Ground has created the modern blueprint for independent music sales and become the leader of a movement. With a rebellious freedom and an undaunted genius Fertile Ground's founding leader and keyboardist, James Collins, started Blackout Studios to help get the band's music to listeners the best The Moon - Mama!Milk - Fragrance of Notes possible.
Where many artists believe the hype and opt to stand in the longest line waiting to be scooped up by a label, Blackout Studios recognizes that good music can be transmitted through the effective use of the underground. The band is often classified as Soul-Jazz, but they spill out of any genre as a cross-cultural fusion of all things spiritual and funk-ridden.
In this realm called good music, theatrics never replace integrity, nor does experience and success replace a The Moon - Mama!Milk - Fragrance of Notes fresh approach to each project. With the requisite strength, depth and energy to electrify crowds, musicians, DJs, journalists, and promoters not just once or twice, but over and over again, Fertile Ground has been cementing their place as musical and social innovators.
New album out this fall Stay Tuned Labels: USA. Saturday, February 7, Mama! Milk - Fragnance of Notes Labels: JapanRecord Reviews. Flora Purim - Butterfly Dreams This is the album that launched Flora Purim's solo career with great promise following her magnificent stint with Chick Corea 's first incarnation of Return to Forever.
Most of the tracks on this album sound like they would have fit very nicely onto one of RTF 's first two LPs, with bandmate Stanley Clarke not only lending support on electric and acoustic bass, but also contributing original compositions and arrangements to the mix.
The rest of the supporting cast is not too shabby either, including sax and flute man Joe Hendersonkeyboard whiz kid George Dukeguitarist David Amaroand Purim's other half, percussion legend Airto Moreira. The Moon - Mama!Milk - Fragrance of Notes 's funky "Dr. Jive" and lyrical "Butterfly Dreams" are standout tracks here, as is the upbeat Egberto Gismonti composition "Moon Dreams.
Purim delivers a gorgeous take on Jobim 's well-known ballad "Dindi," and reshapes the standard "Summer Night" into a wordless vocal in her unmistakable style. The disc closes with a fine reworking of Clarke 's now-classic "Light as a Feather," which strays not too far from the original RTF version. Neatly capturing Flora Purim's many vocal strengths, Butterfly Dreams delivered on the great expectations generated by her work with Corea and turned out to be a high point in her recording career.
Friday, February 6, Bohren und der Club of Gore. They were friends from school and they shared a common taste for all kinds of extreme music like Grindcore, Hardcore, Death- or Doom Metal. When listening to DOLORES, listeners are sure to get feeling that — after all these years — the shutters are being raised, the windows thrown open, fresh air and sunlight are flooding into the room.
Quite by chance, the most natural thing in the world, cool, crisp and brazen. Labels: Germany. The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - Mutations ep Profound and organic but dark and impressive, it is a perfect rendition of the ensemble's live shows and the proof that there is still something fresh to be done at the meeting point of post-rock, jazz and drones.
A deeply emotional and original trip. Having incorporated new musicians, learned from their numerous live shows and incorporated new influences in their sound, The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble sound more mature than ever before in this 8-track, minute EP, which features new tracks alongside re-works of older ones.
An act combining profound musical sensibilities and, after all, revolving around two very well known actors of the Dutch music scenedeeply emotional harmonies and an acute ear for genre inter-breeding, The Kilimanjaro places itself once again and the confluent of post-rock, dusty and gritty jazz and low-end doom-laden drones, and comes up with a music which is at the same time warm and dark, brooding and misty, cinematic and dynamic.
From the build-up of "Caos Calmo" to the almost childish, pristine melodies of "Shadows" or "Avian Lung", The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble opens here again new paths for organic, human but massive compositions, and demonstrate that their impressive live shows can be perfectly rendered on record. The fruit of experimented and adventurous musicians' demanding work, for a breath-taking, mesmerizing experience.
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