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Artistry in the Icy, Icelandic Mist: New Jazz CD “Tenging” by Ingi Bjarni Quintet

Pianist/composer Ingi Bjarni has a delicate affinity for nuance which is layered with beautiful precision in his quintet’s new CD “Tenging.” Translated into English as “connection,” the tracks fit together with smooth edges and strong unity while celebrating each musician’s... Continue Reading →

All Roads Lead to “Interchange”: Floris Kappeyne Jazzes it Up

Pianist Floris Kappeyne has a hefty magic up his sleeves when he plays the opening notes to “Prelude;” the keys are under his spell and respond as multi-colored, acoustic ornaments. This is the first track of the 2017 debut CD... Continue Reading →

Tune In, Hang On, and Get Tiny – with Jungsu Choi’s Tiny Orkester

Dare yourself to take your first listen to leader Jungsu Choi’s “What if Ellington Didn’t Take the A Train” without any sampling or YouTube prepping beforehand. Seriously, just jump in. Immediately you’ll find yourself questioning whether you’re bearing witness to... Continue Reading →

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