Intakt: Ingrid Laubrock; Snakeoil; Om; Dave Gisler Trio with Jaimie Branch
Dopo le puntate che abbiamo dedicato a novità dell'etichetta svizzera in agosto-settembre, torniamo sulla Intakt con uscite degli ultimi mesi dello scorso anno. Tra i musicisti che nella Intakt hanno trovato un interlocutore che li ha valorizzati in maniera sistematica c'è la sassofonista tedesca e newyorkese di adozione Ingrid Laubrock (a sue uscite con la Intakt avevamo dedicato anche tutta una puntata di Jazz Anthology del dicembre 2019): della Laubrock la Intakt ha adesso pubblicato il doppio cd Dreamt Twice, Twice Dreamt, il cui gli stessi brani sono interpretati sia da un piccolo gruppo che da una orchestra da camera più alcuni soliti. Con registrazionei dal vivo fra il 2009 e il 2017, The Deceptive 4 è il sesto album del gruppo Snakeoil del sassofonista Tim Berne, da una decina d'anni a questa parte una delle proposte più consistenti e coerenti del jazz più avanzato. In It's About Time, rivive Om, quartetto svizzero formato da nomi ben noti dell'avanguardia svizzera (Urs Leimgruber, Christy Doran, Bobby Burri, Fredy Studer), che con una musica sospesa fra jazz e rock ebbe un bel momento fra anni settanta e primi ottanta. Registrato dal vivo al festival Unerhoert nel 2019, Zurich Concert è un avvincente live che ci fa apprezzare la brillante intesa - malgrado si trattasse di una prima volta - del trio del chitarrista svizzero Dave Gisler con la trombettista americana Jaimie Branch, una delle figure di punta dell'avanguardia di oggi.
We’re stoked to welcome back Jaimie Branch to The Major Scale. Rising talents like her are the lifeblood of new music, the road ahead, and even for shows like ours. She continues carving out her sound of dark hued melodic free jazz with Bird Dogs of Paradise, the follow up to Fly Or Die. Now she takes the mic with a blues shout that has a message and musical urgency that hasn’t been heard since the likes of Abbey Lincoln, and Andy Bey. Raise a fist, nod your head. Ever notice how the year 1959 had such an abundance of classics? Not just big hits, but landmark works of art that took American music to the next level. Much has been said about the big five from ‘59: Kind of Blue by Miles Davis, Giant Steps by John Coltrane, Mingus Ah Hum by Charles Mingus, The Shape of Jazz to Come by Ornette Coleman, and Take Five by Dave Brubeck. We’re going to survey some of the other amazing releases from this magical year, including Yusef Lateef, Dinah Washington, Chico Hamilton, Bill Evans, Harold Land, Oliver Nelson, Cannonball Adderley, and more. ABOUT THE MAJOR SCALE: Your attention please to a new program that celebrates and takes a fresh and bold look at the great American art form- JAZZ!!! The Major Scale is the title, the motto and the mission are, Jazz- past, present, future, and everything in between. A lot of focus will be on new and fresh sounds, deep cuts, closer looks at underrated artists, taking a different look at some of the titans of the genre, and getting the two cents worth from a number of surprise guests and sources. The Major Scale can boast amongst it's guests- legends like Herbie Hancock, Tom Scott, and Ahmad Jamal. The up and coming and the underrated-Kamasi Washington, Mia Doi Todd, Michael Blake. Fresh perspectives and commentary from the likes of Rock legend Al Kooper, who weighed in on the gospel. From The New Yorker, Amanda Petrusich expounds on her article about the movement to rename the Williamsburg Bridge in honor of Sonny Rollins. We explore the Soul-Jazz experiments of the Rascals. Grace Kelly from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert talks about her pop-up/flash mob concerts. Plus Thundercat, Henry Mancini, Ghostface Killah, Jaimie Branch, Nels Cline, Badbadnotgood, Cecil Taylor, and more get pick up on the Major Scale radar. Produced in Central Florida, this program seeks to become one of the defining voices of this Native American art form, and everything else that finds itself under it's umbrella. Think about programming and content found on the likes of World Cafe, Philadelphia, PA. Tiny Desk from Washington D.C., and KEXP Live from Seattle, WA. and that's what the Major Scale strives to do. For the curious, and lovers of music who like the details in between. ABOUT KYLE EAGLE (Host): Kyle Eagle has been a contributing writer and producer for the NPR-WBGO, WUCF, WPRK, Wax Poetics, The Orlando Weekly, Artbourne, and The Fiscal Times, as well as several music and film releases- Light in the Attic's documentary "This Is Gary McFarland", and an upcoming film on composer Jack Nietzsche. Recordings- Call Me-Jack Wilson, Live at the Penthouse, Grachan Moncur III, Chico Hamilton, and Andy Bey. ABOUT CHRIS BARANYI (Producer): Chris Baranyi is a sound engineer and music producer. He splits his time between designing AV systems for theme parks and recording music. Chris has worked with many Orlando area musicians with backgrounds in jazz, fusion, hip-hop, funk, new age, and classical. Some of which have been featured on NPR's Echoes. His passion includes jazz, vintage microphones, and hot sauce.
Nat Birchall, Jaimie Branch, Robbie Basho... le WorldWide de Gilles Peterson
Cette semaine, une sélection toute en vinyles !Nat Birchall - Intro/Pyramidion (White Label) ; Nat Birchall - Cosmic Visitant (White Label) ; The Montreal Black Community Youth Choir - Tryin Times (Radio Canada International) ; Jaimie Branch - Prayer for Amerikkka pt.1&2 (International Anthem) ; Jayne Cortez - Homicide 1973 (White Label) ; The Last Poets - This is madness (Douglas 7) ; Robbie Basho - Leaf in the Wind (Windham Hill Records) ; Dane Belany - Complexium (Sahara Records) ; Africa - Paint in Black (Ode Records) ; Nancy Dupree with a group of Rochester, NY Youngsters - What do I Have ? (Asch Recordings) ; Zara McFarlane - Saltwater (Saturn Research) ; Sauce and Dogs - Sauce and Dogs (White Label)...See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tru Thoughts Presents Unfold 01.03.20 with Logic1000, Rhi, Jaimie Branch
Tru Thoughts presents Unfold
A percussive dance track from Logic1000. Deep Dancefloor Dub from Andrew Weatherall. Dancefloor Jazz from Jaimie Branch. Soul from Bryony Jarman-Pinto, Nita Rossi and Asha Pulthi. A track from Quantic’s new label featuring Denitia. Hip Hop from B.o.B, Griselda, Kendrick Lamar and Gawd Status. A big club tune from Dego (catchy synths). Drum and Bass from Chimpo and S.P.Y remixing Zero 7. A brand new Nuff Pedals remix of Rhi on Tru Thoughts. Plus plenty more musical treats.
Episode 104: Kyshona, Little Big Town, Sea Offs, Drew Beckman + The Boundary Boys, Justin Fancy, Dirt Road Opera, Dave Douglas and ENGAGE, Jaimie Branch, Suzy Callahan, Lawrence Maxwell w/ Bridgette Blanchard
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
Rachel gets domestical, then plays the music of: Kyshona -- “We the People” (Listen) Little Big Town -- “Next to You” (Nightfall) Sea Offs -- “Will (you)” (En Root) Drew Beckman + The Boundary Boys-- “Blue Ridge Mountain Boy” (Blue Horses) Justin Fancy -- “Long Time Comin” (Single) Dirt Road Opera -- “Rattlin’ Bones” (Nowheresville) Dave Douglas and ENGAGE -- “Showing Up (Alternate Take)” (Engage) Jaimie Branch -- “theme nothing” (Fly or Die) Suzy Callahan -- “I Built a House For Frank Lloyd Wright” (Single) Lawrence Maxwell -- “Whiskey Songs (feat. Bridgette Blanchard)” (Single) Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
Hemisound #28 // Jaimie Branch et Moses Boyd on Creating Today’s Jazz
A rare moment happened in Nantes, at Le Pannonica. We met Jaimie Branch, the Chicagoan trumpeter, after her explosive show defending her last record "Fly or Die II". (available on International Anthem, definitely one of the best label around)We had a drink after her show, whiskey for her, beer for me. Backstage, we talked about who she is, her work, the musicians she plays with and the community behind International Anthem and Chicagoan scene. Inspiring words, laughs and above all, great music. Thanks Jaimie and Scottie for making this happen. Thanks to the backstage aeration system for making the interview sounding a bit weird, but life is weird sometimes... The second part of the show is our interview with a real prodigy, the British drummer and producer Moses Boyd. Also available here, and on every podcast platform.Interview and edition of Jaimie Branch : Claire Le Gac. Interview of Moses Boyd : Sylvain Pinot and Claire Le Gac. Edition : Sylvain Pinot
Novità di James Brandon Lewis, Jaimie Branch, Tomas Fujiwara
In questa puntata presentiamo tre notevoli album usciti di recente di tre figure di punta delle ultime generazioni dell'avanguardia d'oltre Atlantico: An UnRuly Manifesto del sassofonista James Brandon Lewis (Relative Pitch Records); Fly or Die II. Bird Dogs of Paradise della trombettista Jaimie Branch (International Anthem); Triple Double del batterista Tomas Fujiwara (Firehouse Records).
#24: Yonatan Gat, with The Eastern Medicine Singers and Jaimie Branch
High Decibels Podcast
Marleah and James recap the Yonatan Gat (with The Eastern Medicine Singers and Jaimie Branch) show they saw at The Dance on 1-9-20. Marleah is fascinated with the lekos at The Dance (seriously WHAT a venue) that look a whole lot like Eve from Wall-E, and mulls over how all Native American (American Indian?) music seems to be- well- profound. James is amused by politely uncomfortable audiences and gushes over Yonatan Gat…and Link Wray (yes, there was a cover of Rumble!). Both Marleah and James fell in love with this collaboration with The Eastern Medicine Singers- Yonatan Gat, he never fails to surprise his fans with something new. Mr. Gat, it was such a pleasure to meet you before and after the show!We offer the shot for you to executive produce an episode, where we cover any show you want in the NYC area (and even have you guest on the show if you’d like)! Email us at email@example.com or DM us on social media @highdecibelspod. On our Twitter and IG @highdecibelspod: What artist/act do you really love and really get that most people you know don’t..and you wish you could explain to them just why that artist is so good?The Dance: https://www.thedance.nyc/Jaimie Branch info: https://www.jaimiebranch.com/Jaimie Branch music: https://open.spotify.com/artist/54T6Gso8zGPk4czyWlnUw5?si=Zhkk2CLqS2WPwLR8oQTNvAYonatan Gat info: http://yonatangat.com/Yonatan Gat music: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7nZxuvhQs2uxHXggvMp95l?si=DRgL9tb_S_iEnJtksmSWowThe Eastern Medicine Singers info: https://easternmedicinesingers.webs.com/Intro music: Evan Rhind, IG @xrhindcorex