Sokratis Votskos Quartet:  Almopian Etude / Sevenates
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Sokratis Votskos Quartet: Almopian Etude / Sevenates

Showcases the makings of a great modern jazz group whose potential is only hinted at…

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Ensemble Schwerpunkt: Schwerpunkt
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Ensemble Schwerpunkt: Schwerpunkt

An apt, if not entirely likely, candidate for exposing curious fans to this side of…

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Richard Reed Parry: Quiet River of Dust, Vol. 2: That Side of the River
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Richard Reed Parry: Quiet River of Dust, Vol. 2: That Side of the River

Continues the maximal, electro-folk rock of the first volume while upping the optimism to even…

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Bargain Bin Babylon: Donald Byrd: Places and Spaces
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Bargain Bin Babylon: Donald Byrd: Places and Spaces

Holy Hell! Summerteeth Turns 20
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Sarah Davachi: Pale Bloom
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Sarah Davachi: Pale Bloom

The composer takes her careful and steady style and applies it to sounds that are…

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Lee Ranaldo/Jim Jarmusch/Marc Urselli/Balázs Pándi: Lee Ranaldo/Jim Jarmusch/Marc Urselli/Balázs Pándi
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Lee Ranaldo/Jim Jarmusch/Marc Urselli/Balázs Pándi: Lee Ranaldo/Jim Jarmusch/Marc Urselli/Balázs Pándi

Free improv and noise fans are probably most excited by the appearance of Hungarian drummer…

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Islam Chipsy & EEK: Kahraman
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Islam Chipsy & EEK: Kahraman

Unfortunately, Kahraman offers a damning replica of the music it tries to capture.

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Caterina Barbieri: Ecstatic Computation
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Caterina Barbieri: Ecstatic Computation

Ecstatic Computation finds new limitations in the possibilities of the (mostly) solo synthesizer.

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Paula Temple: Edge of Everything
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Paula Temple: Edge of Everything

A rallying cry delivered through carefully-constructed and perfectly-mixed techno beats.

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