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New Reviews of Steve Swell's Latest Releases

The FreeJazzBlog reviewed Steve Swell’s latest releases 'Live in Copenhagen' (featuring his trio with Peter Brötzmann & Paal Nilssen-Love), and 'The Chicago Plan' (together with Gebhard Ullmann, Fred Longberg-Holm and Michael Zerang), giving them 4 stars.

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Feb 08, 2017 | Share:          


Arashi's Album, "Semikujira," Out Now!

Today marks the official release of Arashi's second album "Semikujira" on Trost Records, streaming in full on Bandcamp. The tracks were recorded at Atlantis Grammofon, Stockholm by Janne Hansson in May 2015 and they feature Akira Sakata on alto saxophone, clarinet and voice, Johan Berthling on double bass, and Paal Nilssen Love on drums and percussion.

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May 30, 2016 | Share:          


Debut Album from Brötzmann – Swell – Nilssen-Love Out Now

We are excited to announce that the Peter Brötzmann – Steve Swell – Paal Nilssen-Love debut album, “Krakow Nights,” is out now on NotTwo Records. John Sharpe of The New York City Jazz Records reviews the album in the magazine's October 2015 edition concluding that Krakow Nights "constitutes one of Brötzmann’s most successful recent releases."

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Oct 19, 2015 | Share:          


Eve Risser Celebrates Debut Solo Piano Recording

Pianist Eve Risser Celebrates the Release of "Des Pas Sur La Neige" (Clean Feed) with a Solo Concert at the AKUT-FESTIVAL in Mainz, Germany, November 20.

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Aug 17, 2015 | Share:          


Eve Risser Featured in Downbeat Magazine

Hearty congratulations to pianist Eve Risser, who has just been featured in the March issue of the Downbeat Magazine. "Our European Scene column looks at Eve Risser, who creates genre-defying work on prepared piano. The photo on page 16 depicts Risser with a glass bead, which she places inside the piano to create an array of bizarre sounds." — Bobby Reed, 'Wonderfully Strange Sounds' Read the entire feature below:

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Feb 06, 2015 | Share: