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Butcher Brown

Jazz - Released November 19, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Butcher Brown

Jazz - Released November 19, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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SOURCE ⧺ WE MOVE

Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 22, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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London-based saxophonist Nubya Garcia's 2020 full-length debut, Source, was a stunning, kaleidoscopic work that explored the connections between the thriving modern jazz scene and the composer's Afro-Caribbean roots, harmoniously blending dub reggae, cumbia, neo-soul, and several other genres into a powerful meditation on family history and identity. In addition to collaborating with fellow boundary-pushing jazz luminaries like Makaya McCraven and Shabaka Hutchings, Garcia has worked extensively within a club music context, guesting on recordings by artists such as Australian house producer Harvey Sutherland and U.K. garage/grime veteran Swindle. Source: We Move is a short but diverse remix collection, further expanding the scope of the original album while keeping its message intact and continuing to honor Garcia's heritage. Broken beat pioneer Kaidi Tatham starts off the set with a sparkling revision of "La cumbia me está llamando," which subtly shifts through different rhythms before landing at a heart-racing conclusion filled with shuffling percussion. Nala Sinephro's brief, wondrous mix of "Together Is a Beautiful Place to Be" plucks some of the original's saxophone and places it in an orb of harps and echo effects, along with some momentary drum breaks. DJ Harrison's "The Message Continues" collides more killer breakbeats with filtered sax melodies, basking in effortless good vibes. Georgia Anne Muldrow and KeiyaA both inhabit more abstract spaces with their trippy reworkings -- Muldrow goes for a wonky Los Angeles beat scene approach, frequently fading the beat in and out, while KeiyaA loops pitched-up, chattering voices and threads the track with dubby, pulsating beats. Suricata and Dengue Dengue Dengue both explore the cross-section of dub and electro-cumbia, with the latter's mix of "Source" holding the heaviest bass weight. Finally, visionary drummer Moses Boyd ends the set with a phenomenal drum'n'bass reworking of "Pace," comfortably setting Garcia's cascading saxophone to slamming breakbeats and trickling guitars. While Source was an epic labor of love that clearly felt like the culmination of extensive soul-searching and constant refinement of the artist's craft, Source: We Move is far more spontaneous and off-the-cuff, recontextualizing snatches of the compositions in the postmodern tradition of hip-hop and dance music culture. The remix collection is considerably more fragmented than the cohesive original, but it's no less forward-thinking, and is well worth the time of anyone who was bowled over by the proper album. © Paul Simpson /TiVo
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Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 22, 2021 | Concord Jazz

London-based saxophonist Nubya Garcia's 2020 full-length debut, Source, was a stunning, kaleidoscopic work that explored the connections between the thriving modern jazz scene and the composer's Afro-Caribbean roots, harmoniously blending dub reggae, cumbia, neo-soul, and several other genres into a powerful meditation on family history and identity. In addition to collaborating with fellow boundary-pushing jazz luminaries like Makaya McCraven and Shabaka Hutchings, Garcia has worked extensively within a club music context, guesting on recordings by artists such as Australian house producer Harvey Sutherland and U.K. garage/grime veteran Swindle. Source: We Move is a short but diverse remix collection, further expanding the scope of the original album while keeping its message intact and continuing to honor Garcia's heritage. Broken beat pioneer Kaidi Tatham starts off the set with a sparkling revision of "La cumbia me está llamando," which subtly shifts through different rhythms before landing at a heart-racing conclusion filled with shuffling percussion. Nala Sinephro's brief, wondrous mix of "Together Is a Beautiful Place to Be" plucks some of the original's saxophone and places it in an orb of harps and echo effects, along with some momentary drum breaks. DJ Harrison's "The Message Continues" collides more killer breakbeats with filtered sax melodies, basking in effortless good vibes. Georgia Anne Muldrow and KeiyaA both inhabit more abstract spaces with their trippy reworkings -- Muldrow goes for a wonky Los Angeles beat scene approach, frequently fading the beat in and out, while KeiyaA loops pitched-up, chattering voices and threads the track with dubby, pulsating beats. Suricata and Dengue Dengue Dengue both explore the cross-section of dub and electro-cumbia, with the latter's mix of "Source" holding the heaviest bass weight. Finally, visionary drummer Moses Boyd ends the set with a phenomenal drum'n'bass reworking of "Pace," comfortably setting Garcia's cascading saxophone to slamming breakbeats and trickling guitars. While Source was an epic labor of love that clearly felt like the culmination of extensive soul-searching and constant refinement of the artist's craft, Source: We Move is far more spontaneous and off-the-cuff, recontextualizing snatches of the compositions in the postmodern tradition of hip-hop and dance music culture. The remix collection is considerably more fragmented than the cohesive original, but it's no less forward-thinking, and is well worth the time of anyone who was bowled over by the proper album. © Paul Simpson /TiVo
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Inner Game

Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 22, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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La cumbia me está llamando

Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 22, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Source

Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 22, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 22, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 22, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Inner Game

Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 22, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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The Message Continues

Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released February 5, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released February 5, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Together Is A Beautiful Place To Be

Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 7, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released October 7, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Remind Me

Butcher Brown

R&B - Released September 30, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Boundless Beings

Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released September 30, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released September 30, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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Chick Corea Akoustic Band

Jazz - Released May 22, 2019 | Concord Jazz

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In 1989, pianist Chick Corea released the first album of his Akoustic Band with bassist John Patitucci and drummer Dave Weckl. In fact, this was an unplugged version of his well-named Elektric Band. Twenty years after their last concerts with this line-up, the three men reactivated their stunning partnership on stage once again for a tour which gave rise to this live recording at the SPC Music Hall in St. Petersburg, Florida in 2018. This is the first release since the pianist's death on 9 February 2021, and the album is a pure marvel. It's worth paying attention to the three men's stunning virtuosity and savouring their exchanges. The communication between them is almost telepathic, as on the opener, Morning Sprite. And over 135 minutes of melodic mind-melding, they do not let up once. Spontaneity is at the heart of this music. As Corea puts it, "I grew up in a tradition of play-now-first-takes. The idea of playing a piece over and over until it’s ‘just right’ was never part of my makeup. I always experienced the first take as the magic one. It may have a few missed notes, but it always had that tingle that makes performance exciting…" And his reworkings of standards from the old Akoustic Band repertoire are just as exciting. For the first few minutes of Ellington's In a Sentimental Mood in which he plays solo before the rhythm section comes in, Chick Corea confirms—in case anyone doubted it—that he was one of the greatest pianists of his generation... © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Chick Corea Akoustic Band

Jazz - Released May 22, 2019 | Concord Jazz

In 1989, pianist Chick Corea released the first album of his Akoustic Band with bassist John Patitucci and drummer Dave Weckl. In fact, this was an unplugged version of his well-named Elektric Band. Twenty years after their last concerts with this line-up, the three men reactivated their stunning partnership on stage once again for a tour which gave rise to this live recording at the SPC Music Hall in St. Petersburg, Florida in 2018. This is the first release since the pianist's death on 9 February 2021, and the album is a pure marvel. It's worth paying attention to the three men's stunning virtuosity and savouring their exchanges. The communication between them is almost telepathic, as on the opener, Morning Sprite. And over 135 minutes of melodic mind-melding, they do not let up once. Spontaneity is at the heart of this music. As Corea puts it, "I grew up in a tradition of play-now-first-takes. The idea of playing a piece over and over until it’s ‘just right’ was never part of my makeup. I always experienced the first take as the magic one. It may have a few missed notes, but it always had that tingle that makes performance exciting…" And his reworkings of standards from the old Akoustic Band repertoire are just as exciting. For the first few minutes of Ellington's In a Sentimental Mood in which he plays solo before the rhythm section comes in, Chick Corea confirms—in case anyone doubted it—that he was one of the greatest pianists of his generation... © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Stand With Each Other

Nubya Garcia

Electronic - Released September 16, 2021 | Concord Jazz

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