Titel: Nyheden
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Nyheder

04.12.2019

Europe Jazz Media Chart

December 2019

 

 


Viktor Bensusan, jazzdergisi.com

Herring-Watson-Bartz: BIRD AT 100, Smoke Sessions

If Bird lives, this is the album! Three of the best mainstream saxophonists backed by a stellar rhythm section for Bird’s tunes, standards as well as originals.

 

 

Henning Bolte, Written in Music

Lumen Drones: UMBRA, Hubro

 

 


Magnus Nygren, OrkesterJournalen

Oya Sextett: LIVE, Signal and Sound

Swedish pianist Sebastian Bergström in a spirit rejoice. Joyful and brilliant executed, he and his band bring new life to the songs of South Africans like Dudu Pukwana, Chris McGregor and Louis Moholo.

 


Cim Meyer, Jazz Special

Maluba Orchestra: MALUBA, Stunt

A strong contender for the Danish Release of 2019 with great compositions by Mazur, Lundin and Bai and great soloists pointing towards a bright future without dropping the jazz tradition. The YouTube video is from one of their first public performances (if not the first).

 

Lars Mossefinn, Dag og tid

Reolô: ANDRE SIDA, ta:lik

 


Matthieu Jouan, citizenjazz.com

Signe Emmeluth's Amoeba: CHIMAERA, Øra Fonogram

The Danish alto saxophonist and composer Signe Emmeluth is a great musician who has a strong sense of collective, narrative and whose energetic colors are generous. This second record contains all that. Well, it contains... let’s say it explodes instead!

 


Axel Stinshoff, Jazz thing

Dave Holland - Zakir Hussain - Chris Potter: GOOD HOPE, Edition

 


Luca Vitali, Giornale della Musica

Acre: DIFFERENT CONSTELLATION, Autrecords

 


Madli-Liis Parts, Muusika

Kirke Karja Quartet: WRONG KIND OF PARADISE, Kirke Karja 2019

 

 


Paweł Brodowski, Jazz Forum

High Definition Quartet: DZIADY, Anaklasis

A fascinating new album by the young Polish pianist and visionary composer Piotr “Pianohooligan” Orzechowski. A musical re-imagining of the second part of the messianic drama FOREFATHERS (an ancient feast summoning the ghosts) by the great Polish romantic poet Adam Mickiewicz (1798-1855). It is a sort of suite, in which jazzy parts of the quartet – Mateusz Śliwa (ts / ss), Piotr Orzechowski (p), Alan Wykpisz (b), Grzegorz Pałka (d) – are juxtaposed with electronic sets offered by ambient masters William Basinski and Robert Rich (USA), Christian Fennesz (Austria) and Polish Krzysztof Knittel and Igor Boxx (from the duet Skalpel). A spiritual journey into the human soul.

 

Mike Flynn, Jazzwise:

Bill Laurance: LIVE AT THE PHILHARMONIE COLOGNE, Jazzline

 


Anna Filipieva, Jazz.Ru

Kristina Kovalyova: HRISTYA V NAMYSTI, Hristya v namysti

 


Jan Granlie, salt-peanuts.eu

Lumen Drones: UMBRA, Hubro

Norwegian folk music accessible to all the people of the world, and something better and more modern than what this trio is doing to further develop Norwegian folk music, is almost impossible to do. And they not even play the traditional songs – everything is written by the trio! A gem of a recording!

 


Christine Stephan, JAZZTHETIK

Shake Stew: GRIS-GRIS, Traumton

 

 





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