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Myra Melford's SNOWY EGRET - The Other Side Of Air

Posted December 07, 2018

Bay Area pianist Myra Melford – whom the New Yorker called “a stalwart of the new-jazz movement” – has spent the last three decades making brilliant original music, in equal parts challenging and engaging. She has explored an array of formats, from dynamic solo-piano recitals to deeply interactive small groups and even the swinging grandeur of t... more

Raphaël Imbert - Victoire du Jazz

Posted November 29, 2018

Raphael Imbert, award winner of a Victoire du Jazz for the album “Music is My Hope”, performs"Here’s a Song" with his band during the Saint Nectaire Vallée Verte Festival last summer. With Marion Rampal et Aurore Imbert, Thomas Weirich, Pierre Durand, Pierre-François Blanchard et Jean-Luc Difraya. more

Christmas With My Friends

Posted November 28, 2018

Nils Landgren “CHRISTMAS WITH MY FRIENDS VI” Now on cd / lp / digital & on tour. “Christmas With My Friends VI” is a celebration, and everyone who enjoys exceptionally good Christmas songs from Bach to ABBA in new and characterful interpretations is most welcome to join in. With Ida Sand, Jeanette Köhn, Jessica Pilnä... more

Grégory Dargent - Projet H

Posted October 25, 2018

For this music / photography creation around the French nuclear tests of the 60’s in the Algerian Sahara, Gregory Dargent (oud) invites two of the most amazing musicians of the free jazz and traditional music scenes: Anil Eraslan (cello) and Wassim Halal (percussion), to question the irradiation of Art, the loss of identity of the victims ... more

Jun Miyake Last Picture - Dairo Miyamoto

Posted September 20, 2018

In September 2014, at the backstage of our Paris concert, Dairo asked me to produce his album. “An approach unattached to any existing format, an innovative approach to Jazz. Something collage-like using all the tones of instruments I play, nuances, and styles”. After passionately telling me about his image on what he desired he mutt... more

Jacques Schwarz-Bart - HAZZAN

Posted September 11, 2018

Hazzan is a Jazz creation embracing Jewish liturgical music, improvisational sequences and infectious rhythms. The name Hazzan means cantor in the Jewish tradition. It came to me from a Rabbi commenting on my performance of Adon Olam as a jazz duet for the Jewish French Foundation (FJF) in 2008. He said: “When you played, your notes sounde... more

Sfumato live in Marciac

Posted July 13, 2018

French soprano saxophonist Emile Parisien’s “Sfumato” concert at Jazz in Marciac on 8 August 2017 was unforgettable and has been captured for ever on both CD & DVD. “Sfumato live in Marciac” is packed full of tension, excitement and turbulence. And yet is firmly grounded in jazz, brimming over with playfulness and adventures of improvisation... more

Jon Hassell

Posted June 06, 2018

Listening To Pictures is Hassell’s first new release since Last Night The Moon Came Dropping Its Clothes In The Street (ECM, 2009). Hassell’s ‘fourth world’ fusion of hi-tech minimalism with world rhythms proves the 81-year-old is still experimental after all these years ———————— Release : ... more

Dana Fuchs - Love lives on

Posted May 25, 2018

“Fuchs is at her best when she’s pushing her voice. She sounds great in the less densely produced songs, but when she’s in the thick of a wall of sound, she’s extraordinary. Not many contemporary artists have the voice to survive in this kind of rich, throwback production environment. Fuchs thrives in it ». By Blues Rock.... more

Invisible System - BAMAKO SESSIONS

Posted May 17, 2018

On his return to Mali, made in part possible by an Arts Council grant, Dan based himself in Samé, part of the green forested edge of the capital Bamako and the region where his wife was born and raised. Here he met up with some local griot musicians as well as the renowned Malian singer/songwriter Sidi Touré and other musician friends. It was cl... more