miércoles, 29 de marzo de 2017

ESKORZO estrena hoy su NUEVO VIDEOCLIP y single "La Pena"


SKORZO ESTRENA SU  NUEVO VIDEOCLIP “LA PENA”

Hoy se estrena “La Pena”, el primer adelanto del próximo álbum de Eskorzo, un nuevo disco que ya tiene la fecha de salida confirmada, Octubre de 2017, de la mano de Rootsound Music. 

Aquí y ahora, los caníbales del ritmo, vuelven a devorar musas y partituras con la creación de un nuevo trabajo discográfico, en el que una vez más, el estilo propio de los nazaríes chupa de otras savias.

La canción de La Pena es bastante energética, con elementos latinos, punk, copla-rock, y balcánicos, lleva un ritmo muy acelerado y una potencia constante que despierta al más inerte. En contraposición, el extravagante vídeo transita por un ambiente más oscuro, en un submundo lleno de simbolismo, surrealismo y metáforas que narran la poesía de la propia letra.

Bienvenido al guateque de las sensaciones, os presentamos “La Pena”, juzguen ustedes mismos.


SINOPSIS POR M.A. CARO, director del videoclip:

“Un canibalismo metafórico de una sociedad que critica la “no maternidad” como opción de futuro, una sociedad esclavizada por los códigos éticos y morales según las modas que hacen rugir a los insurrectos, y una sociedad triste que devora lo que se le ponga por delante en el plato de la autocomplacencia, todas esas cosas que dan pena.

Submundo lleno de ironía y color en un entorno decadentemente elegante. Transmitiendo así un mensaje positivo: Cerrar un ciclo y comenzar uno nuevo. Muerte y resurrección. Hay que reírse de LA PENA.” 


LA PENA TOUR 2017

Primeras fechas confirmadas:

31 Marzo · JEREZ · Primavera Trompetera

8 Abril · P. BECERRO (Jaén) · Íbero Joven

13 Mayo · MALLORCA · Mallorca Live Festival

23 Junio · GETAFE (Madrid) · Cultura Inquieta. Festival Guacamayo

24 Junio · CUENCA · Babylon Festival

14/15 Julio · CHICLANA (Cádiz) · Alrumbo festival

5 Agosto · ADRA (Almería) · The Juergas Rock

12 Agosto · WINCHESTER (UK) · Boomtown

próximamente más confirmaciones

The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra (with Jon Batiste & Wynton Marsalis) - The Music of John Lewis (BLUE ENGINE RECORDS 2017)




Few captured the sleek, swinging sophistication of jazz better than pianist, composer, and bandleader John Lewis, who had a long, deep, personal relationship with Jazz at Lincoln Center. “He used to always call our program a miracle,” says Wynton Marsalis. “He used to always say, ‘Keep that miracle going.’” 

In 2013, when the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis set out to honor the legacy of the Modern Jazz Quartet’s maestro, they teamed up with New Orleans’ own Jon Batiste. The bandleader of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and a prodigious pianist in his own right, Batiste joined the JLCO to tackle some of Lewis’s most iconic tunes during a sold-out concert in Rose Theater, the House of Swing.


From the blistering bebop of “Two Bass Hit” to the down-home blues of “2 Degrees East, 3 Degrees West”—from small group configurations to the big band might of the full JLCO—The Music of John Lewis captures the elegance and soulfulness of Lewis’s daring compositions. The record also includes a four-movement suite pulled from the Modern Jazz Quartet’s classic recording, The Comedy. 

“The depth of his belief makes his music timeless,” Batiste says of Lewis. “For artists, what remains impactful and meaningful in one’s art depends on the accuracy and intensity of your insights. Mr. Lewis's music is still with us, and it is an honor to place my artistry in the tradition of serving it. So put on this record, listen with your eyes closed, and engage your imagination.”


2 Degrees East, 3 Degrees West (7:08)
Animal Dance (3:55)
Django (4:52)
Jon Batiste Introduces the Band (1:03)
Delaunay's Dilemma (5:23)
La Cantatrice (5:08)
Piazza Navona (6:35)
Pulcinella (4:07)
Spanish Steps (4:49)
Wynton Marsalis Discusses John Lewis (1:40)
Two Bass Hit (6:45)

Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet
Ted Nash - Alto saxophone
Chris Crenshaw - Trombone
Jon Batiste - Piano
Carlos Henriquez - Bass
Ali Jackson - Drums

&

The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra


Thommy Andersson - Wood Spine (GATEWAY MUSIC 2017)



I am happy to announce that my new album called Wood spine will be released on March 3rd 2017 

I am looking very much forward to it, and my favourite musicians are playing wonderful  on it!
To name some of the great musicians and friends on this album: Josefine Cronholm, Bent Clausen, Lelo Nika, Henrik Lindstrand, Anders Banke, Gunnar Halle a.o.

The instrumentation is  bass,cello,voice,mixed choir,dulcitone,piano,bells,viola,clarinet,bass clarinet,alto flute,french horn, trumpet,tuba,trombone, church organ, piano, guitar, vibraphone,  waterphone and accordion.... Thommy Andersson


01. Wood Spine 6:17
02. Prayer 3:41
03. Novi Sad 6:05
04. Lullaby 2:03
05. Ride Out the Gale 6:25
06. Boomerang 6:22
07. Circulate 4:41
08. Norwegian Wood 2:34
09. Moon Dance 5:08
10. I Said Silence, Please 3:51
11. Sail In 7:10

Thommy Andersson (b, c, v), Josefine Cronholm (v), Henrik Lindstrand (p), Bent Clausen (vib), Gunnar Halle (tp), Anders Banke (cl, ts, fl), Jacob Munch (tuba, tb), Lisbeth Diers (bells), Morten Pedersen (childrens org), Lelo Nika (acc), Paolo Russo (band), Philip Sandholt (frh), Jaak Sooäär (g), Gustaf Ljunggren (viola, dulcitone), Kiki Brandt (v), Saul Zaks & Spu (choir)


Brothers in Groove - B.I.G. (ANGAPP 2017)



The album B.I.G. is the sum of the life experiences of four musicians with a common denominator: the Black Music.

It is nine tracks mainly instrumental in which the four lay bare their own worlds, blending them into a better one… sublimated and sublimating the listener.

So starting from the black fingers of Howard supported by the pulse of Boccuzzi, enhanced by sound carpets Balice and super bit Celi, switching from influences of Robert Glasper to Snarky Puppy, from Bootsy Collins to Christian Scott and the powerful Roy Hargrove RH Factor, all overseen by King Davis.

In the song “Hope in a boat” dedicated to all migrants crossing the sea in a boat putting all the hopes and dreams of a better life, we find the pathos and ancestral memory of Fela Kuti legacies.
Not missing two songs sung: Never Alone pure Funk with the voice of Liliana Marzo and Scream Harder a song pop soul sung by drummer Walter Celi with the choirs of Paola Caterina.

Precious collaboration on disc of Paolo Pace on sax and flute, Vito Scavo Trombone and effects and Martha Montelongo Garcia from Mexico City with his violin on Funk Shui.

Have a nice trip and StayBig!

01 B.I.G. 5:30
02 Funk Shui 5:17
03 Hope in a Boat 6:26
04 I Want You 7:06
05 Never Alone 4:30
06 Love Trip 5:46
07 Big Foot 5:51
08 Scream Harder 4:54
09 I Told You, Man 9:59

Donny Balice - Trumpet
Moses Howard - Piano
Walter Celi - Drums
Nicola Boccuzzi - Bass


Tony Paeleman - Camera Obscura (SHED MUSIC 2017)

Le jazz, Tony Paeleman ne l’a pas découvert tout de suite. L’écoute de la musique pop des années 60 et 70 et l’apprentissage de la musique classique précédèrent sa pratique. Des études musicales au Conservatoire de Nice puis au sein du département Jazz et Musiques Improvisées du Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris ne sont pas parvenues à faire de lui un musicien académique. Sa vision du jazz ne l’est même pas du tout. Bon pianiste, il sait très bien arranger sa musique, des compositions originales marquées par de nombreuses influences dont il peaufine les détails avec le plus grand soin. Quatre ans après “Slow Motion”, son premier disque, univers musical encore en gestation attestant d’un imaginaire très riche, son nouvel album, “Camera Obscura” confirme l’originalité de sa musique, ancrée dans le jazz par ses parties improvisées, mais ouverte à d’autres genres musicaux qui enrichissent et renouvellent le genre.

Ce disque, Tony Paeleman en a bichonné l’enregistrement. Très fort dans ce domaine, il s’est chargé de la prise de son d’Étrangement calme, un des duos saxophone – piano que renferme “Les âmes perdues” de son ami Christophe Panzani, opus dont il a assuré le mixage et le mastering. Il fait de même avec “Camera Obscura”, ajoutant des effets judicieux à Broken Frame qu’arpège la guitare de Pierre Perchaud. Ce dernier contribue aussi à Kindred Spirits, morceau lent et aérien également confié au saxophone ténor de Julien Pontvianne dont la sonorité diaphane en renforce l’aspect onirique. On retrouve avec lui Nicolas Moreaux à la contrebasse et Karl Jannuska à la batterie qui officiaient dans l’album précédent.

Les autres invités sont des saxophonistes. Emile Parisien (soprano), Antonin Tri-Hoang (alto) et Christophe Panzani (ténor et clarinette basse) mêlent les timbres de leurs instruments respectifs dans Movin’Heads, une pièce colorée, enrichie par des effets sonores et scandée par des rythmes bondissants relevant du hip-hop. Les anches s’entrecroisent et nous font également rêver dans Zadar, un lamento dont la mélodie répétitive hypnotise. Complexes et sophistiqués, les rythmes de The Hex et Morning Live ne sont pas non plus ceux du jazz. Utilisant pourtant son vocabulaire, le piano improvise sur des métriques changeantes. Au sein d’un même morceau, les rythmes bougent et avec eux la musique se transforme, images sonores qui, constamment mélangées, en génèrent de nouvelles. Introduit par le piano qui en décline progressivement les accords, Roxanne, une des plus célèbres compositions de Sting, baigne dans une torpeur rêveuse puis adopte un tempo aussi vif qu’inattendu.

Our Spanish Love Song de Charlie Haden qui referme l’album hérite d’une version plus sage. Accompagné par une contrebasse et une batterie discrète, le piano en décline sobrement le thème, une mélodie, simple, lumineuse qui se suffit à elle-même.


1. The Hex
2. Morning Light
3. Roxanne
4. Broken Frame
5. Camera Obscura
6. Kindred Spirits
7. Movin' Heads
8. Zadar
9. Our Spanish Love Song

Julien Pontvianne (saxophone
Nicolas Moreaux (contrebasse)
Karl Jannuska (batterie)

Guests
Pierre Perchaud (guitare)
Christophe Panzani (saxophone)


Torben Westergaard - Tangofied III (GATEWAY MUSIC 2017)



The creative process leading to a particular product often first reveals itself afterward, i.e. when it has occurred. From the outcome, it all of a sudden becomes clearer in which way causalities led to the result. I had in no way planned that the Tangofied releases should end up as a trilogy. It just happened that way; the first CD brought about the other two.

Tangofied (2012), was recorded in Buenos Aires with Argentine musicians in collaboration with pianist and arranger Diego Schissi. It is heavily inspired by the sounds of Astor Piazzolla’s last releases, and it’s dramatic chamber musical expressiveness featuring the archetypical Argentine instrument the bandoneón. Tangofied II was more inspired by Argentinean folk music and was partly recorded in Buenos Aires in collaboration with Ernesto Snajer and Mariano ‘Tiki’ Cantero, partly in Denmark with my usual band. Both releases were nominated for Danish Music Award — Jazz in 2013 and 2014 respectively.

The current release, Tangofied III, has finally returned at home in every way. It is recorded only using my Danish band The Tangofied Ensemble plus added collaborations with different musical friends: Peter Rosendal (piano), Anders Singh Vester Dahl (accordion), Andrea Pellegrini (vocals) and Benedikte Artved (viola).

Overall, one could ask, from where the music in the Tangofied trilogy springs. It is not easy to give a brief, let alone meaningful answer to this question. Therefore, let it just be noted that I sense a kinship between the melancholia in Nordic jazz and the elegiac nostalgia of Argentinian tango music. There is something in that crossfield which reaches out to me – and I just followed this hunch without too much-organized reflection or ulterior motive. The focal point was: can I  create a meaningful hybrid halfway between the two genres?

If the project succeeds, I will leave up to you to decide. For myself, the Tangofeid trilogy — using a Japanese reviewer words about Tangofied II, — is “not a mere research project into the nature of Argentine tango. Rather, it is Torben’s search for himself, through ten Compositional jewels that invite the listener into a new world “(The Walker’s, Japan, 2014).

1. Clever Little Me
2. Leo
3. Ab Ovo
4. Bach
5. Aristoteles
6. Kogle
7. Hugo
8. Sjællands Odde


Playlist for Tom Ossana – The Thin Edge – March 29, 2017 MST 7:00 to 9:00p.m.


http://www.kzmu.org/listen.m3u ~ Use this link to access the show online.





martes, 28 de marzo de 2017

[ÚLTIMA HORA] CANCELADA LA GIRA DE BALKAN BEAT BOX


CANCELADA LA GIRA DE BALKAN BEAT BOX EN ESPAÑA Y FRANCIA

Estamos muy tristes de daros esta noticia, Tomer Yosef, el cantante y frontman de Balkan Beat Box ha caído enfermo y no podrá viajar para realizar los conciertos previstos esta semana en España y Francia. Estamos desolados, aún se desconoce el motivo de su malestar, el israelí se encuentra en estos momentos esperando las nuevas pruebas médicas en el Hospital de Tel Aviv.

Nuestras más sinceras y profundas disculpas a todos los seguidores de la banda que esperaban disfrutar de sus conciertos, así como a todas las entidades implicadas en la gira: Sala Apolo, Canibal, Mad Town Days, Planet Events, Sala Arena, Charco, Tierra Candela, Triton Livefun y Primavera Trompetera Festival.

Las devoluciones de las entradas para los conciertos de Barcelona y Madrid se harán de forma automática desde cada canal de venta.

Esperamos pronto daros nuevas y mejores noticias.

Gracias por vuestra comprensión