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Polyrhythmics, “Chelada”


Polyrhythmics: Chelada album review @ All About Jazz


Seattle-based progressive funk, psychedelic rock and modern afro-beat 8-piece ensemble, Polyrhythmics, have released the third single from their upcoming album, Man from the Future. “Chelada” is a spicy melange of flavors that combines Middle Eastern tonalities over a simple but heavy groove. Drummer Grant Schroff describes it via a press release as “definitely one of the darker and epic tracks on the record.” Man from the Future is due out May 8 via Color Red.

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Pi Recordings Inaugurates New Digital Series in Response to COVID-19: Pi Recordings inaugurates a new digital-only series in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The series is titled This Is Now: Love in the Time of COVID. Its inaugural release – a solo EP by experimental saxophonist/composer Steve Lehman titled Xenakis and the Valedictorian – is out now. 100% of the revenue for this release will be used to support freelance musicians adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

 
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Rudresh Mahanthappa releases ‘Ring Of Fire’ with his Hero Trio – single premiere


Hugely acclaimed US saxophonist signs to Whirlwind Recordings for his new album, Hero Trio, released on 19 June. 

Across his 25-year career Rudresh Mahanthappa has become known for his garrulous mix of fiery post bop and complex Carnatic music, which has seen him explore everything from re-cast classic bop to post M-BASE fusion.

On Hero Trio, his 16th release as a leader/co-leader, he pays tribute to his greatest influences with an album of interpretations. All of the material is presented in Mahanthappa’s wry, spontaneous and imaginative way, alongside long-time heavyweight associates François Moutin on bass and Rudy Royston on drums.

The first single: June Carter Cash wrote ‘Ring of Fire’ for her husband Johnny, and the tune connects Mahanthappa with his Colorado childhood – which you can hear on the video below.

Commenting on the song, the saxophonist says; ‘Like Dolly Parton, when you take a closer look at what they did compositionally you realise that it has a conversational flow, with odd length phrases and extra bars here and there, and I wanted to capture that freedom.”

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Kim Waters, “Shakedown”


“Shakedown” is the title track and first single from saxophonist/composer Kim Waters’ upcoming album of the same name. This is a jubilant, upbeat song with a bluesy old-school feel that takes the listener to a happy place and opens the smooth jazz great’s 24th recording as a leader. Shakedown will be released on May 29 via Shanachie Entertainment.

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Ambrose Akinmusire, “Mr. Roscoe (consider the simultaneous)”


“Mr. Roscoe (consider the simultaneous)” is a new song by trumpeter/composer Ambrose Akinmusire and the lead track off his upcoming album, On the Tender Spot of Every Calloused Moment, out June 5 via Blue Note. It is also one of eleven original compositions featured on the album presenting a contemporary and compelling blend of modern jazz that powerfully aims to dissect the complexity of black life in America. The album features his longtime bandmates pianist Sam Harris, bassist Harish Raghavan and drummer Justin Brown.

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GoGo Penguin, “F Maj Pixie”


GoGo Penguin is an acclaimed British instrumental trio known for their blend of latter-day jazz developments with influences from the golden age of electronica. They recently shared “F Maj Pixie,” the third single from their upcoming self-titled album, which will be released on June 5 via Blue Note. The single is accompanied by a live video for the song, which exemplifies the band’s mesmerizing live performance.

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Nicole Mitchell and Lisa E. Harris, “Yes and Know”


“Yes and Know” is the new single from EarthSeed, a collaborative album by experimental composers/improvisers Nicole Mitchell and Lisa E. Harris. The album draws ideas by the celebrated science fiction author Octavia E. Butler and depicts a world ravaged by all-consuming greed, and the struggle, as epitomized by the lifeforce embodied in seed, to overcome that. EarthSeed, out June 26 via FPE Records, also features Mitchell’s band Black Earth Ensemble, with Ben LaMar Gay on trumpet and electronics.

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Archie Shepp, Raw Poetic, Damu The Fudgemunk, “Tulips”

 

“Tulips” is the new single from saxophone legend Archie Shepp’s collaborative album with his nephew, independent hip-hop artist Raw Poetic. The song is from Ocean Bridges, released on May 22 via Redefinition Records, which features Raw Poetic as the sole vocalist, rapping over music improvised by an ensemble also featuring Damu The Fudgemunk. The result is a one-of-a-kind exercise in creativity full of communicative power.

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Eddie Henderson to Release New Album on the Eve of 80th Birthday: Trumpeter Eddie Henderson will release his new album, Shuffle and Deal, on July 31 via Smoke Sessions. The album features a mix of familiar standards and original compositions by his wife Natsuko Henderson and his daughter Cava Menzies. Released just in time for Henderson’s 80th birthday, Shuffle and Deal finds him leading a stellar quintet, including pianist Kenny Barron, saxophonist Donald Harrison, bassist Gerald Cannon and drummer Mike Clark.




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Georgia Anne Muldrow Announces New Album: Grammy-nominated artist Georgia Anne Muldrow will be releasing Mama, You Can Bet! on August 28 via eOne/SomeOthaShip. This is the new album from her solo jazz project Jyoti, the nickname bestowed upon her by the late great Alice Coltrane. The announcement comes with the release of its first single, “This Walk,” which features Muldrow’s own vocals, accompanied by wistful piano and harp.


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Flying Lotus has announced Flamagra (Instrumentals), a beats-only version of his most recent studio album Flamagra. It arrives May 29 and will also be released on a special 2xLP edition that comes with an “exclusive animated slipmat” designed by Winston Hacking and Drew Tetz. Listen to the instrumental edition of “Black Balloons Reprise” below.

FlyLo recently made an appearance alongside Thundercat on Kimmel to play “Black Qualls.” Shortly after the release of Flamagra last year, he participated in Warp Records’ 30th anniversary celebrations by playing a mix of unreleased music on NTS Radio. He’s currently soundtracking a new Netflix anime called Yasuke, based on the story of history’s first black samurai.

Read Pitchfork’s Family Matters interview “Flying Lotus and His Grandmother Talk Being in a Family Bound by Music.”




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High energy jazz celebration Antonio Adolfo – Bruma Celebrating Milton Nascimento

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High energy jazz celebration Antonio Adolfo – BRUMA/CELEBRATING MILTON NASCIMENTO:   Antonio’s piano is a regular here… I most recently reviewed his “Samba Jazz Alley” album, where he got very high marks indeed.  The player list is far too long to itemize here, so check it out on the AAM website.  Though the video is from six years ago, you can still get a very stimulating look at Antonio’s LIVE performance mode on this splendid video…


…of course, be sure to SUBSCRIBE to Antonio’s YouTube channel, where you’ll find more performances and albums to enjoy.

I didn’t find a “pre-release” page (the album releases officially on 22 June, 2020), but I’ll tell you that lively songs like the 4:56 “Caxanga” will be an “instant hit” for jazz DJ’s all across the globe… this tune will be spinning regularly!

If you’re looking for tunes that will make you “dance the night away“, you’ll find “Cancao do Sal (Salt Song)“, authored by Milton, very much to your liking… I just loved this tune, and you will too.

What stands out most strikingly on all albums by Antonio is his superb “touch” on the piano keyboards… that really hit home for me on the fabulous closer, “Tristesse” (Sadness)… Antonio’s piano weave with all the other instruments is both poignant and brilliant – very SOULFUL!

I give Antonio and all his players a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED rating, with an “EQ” (energy quotient) score of 4.99 for this highly engaging album.  Get more information on Antonio’s page for the release.                         Rotcod Zzaj

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Christian Sands | Be Water

t can be overwhelming to realize how much water surrounds us, affects us and impacts our lives. It’s an element vital to survival yet can be utterly devastating; it can be placid and beautiful or torrential and violent. It’s ubiquitous – flowing at the turn of a faucet, comprising 70% of our own bodies – yet somehow intangible, able to change form or assume the shape of its surroundings.

On his new album, Be Water, pianist Christian Sands takes inspiration from water’s tranquility and power and muses on the possibilities offered by echoing its fluidity and malleability. Through ten gorgeous and thrilling pieces, Sands alternately conjures the serenity of a sun-dappled lake and the drama of a relentless thunderstorm. Just embarking on his 30s, Sands has already enjoyed a remarkable career trajectory, touring and recording with Christian McBride’s Inside Straight and Trio, as well as collaborating with the likes of Gregory Porter and Ulysses Owens.

The vividly expressionistic recording finds Sands with his core trio of longtime bassist Yasushi Nakamura and drummer Clarence Penn, with brilliant contributions from guitarist Marvin Sewell, saxophonist Marcus Strickland, trumpeter Sean Jones and trombonist Steve Davis. On one piece the ensemble is also supplemented by a string quartet featuring Sara Caswell, Tomoko Akaboshi, Benni von Gutzeit and Eleanor Norton.

Be Water is Sands’ fourth release (including a five-track digital-only EP as an extension of his debut album Reach) for Mack Avenue Music Group. The album takes its title from the philosophy of martial arts master and movie star Bruce Lee (by way of screenwriter Stirling Silliphant, who distilled his thoughts for the screen). Lee’s voice appears on both halves of Sands’ title track offering this profound advice: “Empty your mind. Be formless, shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup; you put water into a bottle, it becomes the bottle… Water can flow, or it can crash. Be water, my friend.” (Bruce Lee inspirational quote)

Lee was an early idol for Sands, who grew up watching his classic films with his father and skillfully studied a variety of martial arts himself – until the notion of breaking boards and cinder blocks with his hands seemed ill-advised for a promising young pianist. Lee’s teachings re-entered Sands’ thoughts during his two-year residency with Jazz at Lincoln Center in Shanghai, China, which opened up new worlds of culture and philosophy to him. Those pursuits led him to the writings of Sufi master Hazrat Inayat Khan on the mysticism of sound and music.

“I was trying to practice being more open, more free, more flexible than I usually am,” Sands explains. “Through that I started to have this awareness of just how much water was all around me. As I was touring it seemed to be raining every day; I actually had to change a few dates because of a hurricane. I even started seeing a new doctor who told me I needed to drink more water [laughs]. It seemed to be some kind of a divine message to pay attention to water.”

In case the pianist wasn’t receiving that message, it was delivered in an even more direct and moving form one day following a performance in Hawaii. “I was driving back to the airport and had a little bit of time to kill,” Sands recalls. “We decided to stop along the way at this very beautiful park. We were sitting by the water and a huge sea turtle swam slowly up to me. He came very close and peeked his head out as if to say, ‘This is the essence of what you need to be writing about.’”

Point taken, Sands began composing his most wide-ranging and ambitious set of compositions to date. The introductory track takes form gradually, with the glacial pace and implacable momentum of a rising tide. The simple sounds of lapping waves flow into a dawning melody on arco bass, slowly but forcefully surging to a gripping crescendo as more instrumentalists join in. The piece was modeled on the impactful openings of another of Sands’ major influences, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino.

The rollicking “Sonar” takes the concept of navigating via sound as a metaphor for the way in which we relate to our surroundings, echoing off of and situating ourselves within a larger picture. Lee’s words usher in the chorale-like “Be Water I,” with its interwoven horn lines over Penn’s shifting tempos. Its companion piece, “Be Water II,” is an elegant dance between the trio and the string quartet, arranged by Sands’ Manhattan School of Music classmate Miho Hazama.

Propelled by Penn’s driving rhythm, “Crash” depicts the impact of waves on the shore, or the collisions among people. The scintillating “Drive” peers within, imagining personal ambition with the unstoppable force of the ocean and summoning ferocious solos from Strickland and Sewell. The amorphous “Steam” finds water taking its most elusive form, evaporating into thin air before one’s very eyes; the piece offers the trio at its most abstract yet always maintaining a perfect tension between its three diverging and reconvening poles.

The cyclical nature of water, its ability to flow staggering distances or gather in the clouds only to fall back to earth, sparked the choice of the album’s sole non-original, a gospel-tinged take on Steve Winwood’s “Can’t Find My Way Home” (originally recorded by the supergroup Blind Faith). The wistful pairing of Sewell’s luxuriant guitar and Sands’ evanescent touch evoke the calmness of a wave-free lake on “Still.” The fanfare-like “Outro” playfully reverses the “Intro,” ending the album on a cinematically celebratory note.

The music of Be Water flows with the mesmerizing tranquility and awesome power of its namesake. On his most conceptually ambitious album to date, Christian Sands takes heed of Bruce Lee’s wisdom and truly allows his creativity to transform and assume a dazzling variety of forms.

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Posthumous Jimmy Heath Album Announced: Verve will release Jimmy Heath’s first posthumous work, Love Letter, on July 17. The album features Heath on tenor sax, Monte Croft on vibraphone and Russell Malone on guitar, plus special guests Wynton Marsalis, Kenny Barron and David Wong. The saxophone great passed away on January 19, aged 93. You can watch his take on Dizzy Gillespie’s “Con Alma” via the player below.

 

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Eddie Daniels Pays Tribute to Ivan Lins in Upcoming Release: Clarinetist Eddie Daniels has announced the release of his new album. Night Kisses: A Tribute to Ivan Lins is due out July 31 via Resonance. It features Dave Grusin and Bob James and is part of a trilogy devoted to Brazilian composers, which kicked off with 2018’s GRAMMY-nominated Heart of Brazil: A Tribute to Egberto Gismonti. Both albums were produced by the series’ conceptualizer George Klabin.


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The renowned UK singer dives into electronica and African spiritual rhythms for hypnotic fourth album 

Award-winning singer Zara McFarlane returns with her fourth studio album, Songs of an Unknown Tongue, which is released on the Brownswood label on 17 July. Moving on from the lush blend of Jamaican rhythms and sultry songs of 2017’s much-praised Arise, the new album dives into heavy hypnotic electro grooves – strongly reminiscent of the woozy dub perfected by Massive Attack, with McFarlane collaborating with south London-based producers Kwake Bass and Wu-lu.

McFarlane and her production crew also drew on spiritual elements and the hypnotic Kumina and Nyabinghi rhythms, which are associated with the African-rooted rituals such as the he emancipation celebration, or Bruckins Party, or the lively death rites dances Dinki-mini and Gerreh, with the album's deep bass and beats capped by McFarlane’s crystalline vocals.

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Watch the video for the first single ‘Black Treasure’ below


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Roy Ayers to Release First Album in 9 Years This Week, Shares New Song: Listen


The jazz-funk legend has teamed up with Adrian Younge and A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad

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  • Roy Ayers, the vibes-playing legend of jazz-funk, has joined forces with Adrian Younge and A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad for his first album in nine years. The record, titled Roy Ayers JID002, is out Friday (June 15), with physical copies due late July. Listen to “Synchronize Vibration” below.

The record is the first studio album to be released on Younge and Muhammad’s new label Jazz Is Dead. The pair released a compilation featuring Ayers, Gary Bartz, and others this year.

Muhammad wrote in a press release: “What is Jazz in 2020? I can answer that this way: jazz artists have not only been an inspiration that has shaped my development as a musician, but their music is deeply rooted into the foundation of the Hip-Hop culture. We have risen because their head nodding beats, lush chord progressions, soul ripping melodies and bellowing basslines have given us a musical back beat to poetically flow on until the break of dawn. To me, it’s all freedom music and Jazz Is Dead is motivating a movement.”

The album’s eight original tracks were written collaboratively by Younge, Muhammad, and Ayers, and recorded at Younge’s Linear Labs in Los Angeles. They’re joined by drummer Greg Paul, vocalists Loren Oden, Joy Gilliam, Saudia Yasmein, Elgin Clark, and Anitra Castleberry, and Phil Ranelin and Wendell Harrison of Tribe Records. Ayers’ last studio album, King of the Vibes, came out in 2011.



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Kansas Smitty’s, “Things Happened Here”


British seven-piece and residents/owners of East London venue/bar of the same name, Kansas Smitty’s, combine journeying with cinematic textures on their new album Things Happened Here out this Friday via K7’s. American-Italian saxophonist/clarinetist/bandleader Giacomo Smith defines the title tracks as ” the feeling you get when you walk into an old house, an abandoned factory, or an ancient temple. A sense that some combination of great and terrible things have occurred on the ground on which you now stand.” To mark its release, Kansas Smitty will play their record live in full on a YouTube live-stream this Friday (June 26).

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Greyboy Allstars, “Como De Allstars”


Seminal boogaloo revivalists Greyboy Allstars have shared “Como De Allstars,” the first single and title track of a surprise studio album, due out on July 3. This is the band’s first new music in seven years and it captures a relentless Caribbean funk groove buoyed by an inspiring message of unity. Coinciding with the band’s forthcoming Como de Allstars, Light in the Attic records will also be releasing a fresh pressing of Greyboy Allstars’ long-out-of-print classic debut album, West Coast Boogaloo, on August 7.

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Jon Batiste Shares New Song, “We Are”: GRAMMY-nominated artist/Colbert bandleader/activist Jon Batiste has shared a new single, “We Are,” from his forthcoming album. The song also features the marching band from his alma mater, the St. Augustine High School Marching 100 and New Orleans-based Gospel Soul Children choir. Batiste has also been an integral voice during recent protests in New York and on June 6, he led “We Are: A Peaceful Protest March With Music,” where he was followed by a brass band, dancers, musicians and an estimated 5,000 fellow New Yorkers.


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