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Repost: Review of Jonathan Moritz’s Secret Tempo

Jonathan Moritz’ Secret Tempo is officially releasing their debut album at Barbes on September 17. It promises to be one of the most exciting performances of the month. Here is a review of their last live performance that I posted in July:  

Incredible September Listing of Concerts

This month has a particularly exciting list of concerts. The highlights include: Peter Evans residency at The Stone, Sep 10-15 Secret Keeper at Douglass Street Music Collective, Sep 6 Harris Eisenstadt’s Golden State at Greenwich House Music School, Sep 12 Jonathan Moritz’ Secret Tempo at Barbes (CD RELEASE), Sep 17 PascAli at Panoply Performance Lab,

Playlist for Week of 24 August 2013

Last week’s playlist: Max Johnson Quartet – self-titled Max Johnson Trio – Elevated Vegetation Nate Wooley Sextet – (Sit in) the Throne of Friendship Joey Baron – Just Listen Estamos Trio – People’s Historia Sifter – self-titled Peter Evans – Zebulon Nate Wooley, Scott R. Looney, Damon Smith, Weasel Walter – Scowl

Playlist for the Week of 17 Aug 2013

Mary Halvorson Quintet – Bending Bridges [vinyl] MAP – Fever Dream [vinyl] People – self-titled [vinyl] Boom Box – Jazz (Willi Kellers, Thomas Borgmann, Akira Ando) John Hebert – Byzantine Monkey Angelica Sanchez – Mirror Me Tyshawn Sorey – Oblique – I Tyshawn Sorey – That/Not Secret Keeper – Super Eight Josh Sinton – Pine

New Energy Music: Thumbscrew Live at The Stone (14 Aug 2013)

In the 1990s, bassist William Parker, with saxophonist David S. Ware and many other collaborators, pioneered a fresh wave of creative, improvised music often referred to as “energy music.” Its hallmarks were (and are, since it is indeed, still alive) intense interactions between musicians in an ensemble often in freely improvised or largely improvised settings. 

New Artist Profiles

Please welcome Matana Roberts, John Hebert, and Yoni Kretzmer to the artist community featured on this site. All three profiles are long overdue.

Two New Releases by Trumpeter Nate Wooley

Two new and exciting releases by Nate Wooley! Links to buy directly from the artist are below. The first is the second record from his quinet, titled “(Sit in) the Throne of Friendship”: And the other is a record titled “Trumpets and Drums: Live in Ljubljana” with Peter Evans, Paul Lytton, and Jim Black:

Jonathan Moritz Trio – Secret Tempo Album release & live performance

Jonathan Moritz led his trio on Monday night as part of one of this summer’s most exciting concert series at Muchmore’s in Williamsburg. Kudos to Yoni Kretzmer for curating this fantastic  series giving greater exposure to a number of talented players. The band also includes Shayna Dulberger (bass) and Mike Pride (percussion). Their new album, Secret Tempo,