This week’s DMG Newsletter is worth a read or two.
Long form reviews of new or old material
NPR Reviews Fieldwork
NPR has posted a review of the new Fieldwork release.
New Berio Recordings Reviewed
A brief review of some new Berio releases is available.
Anthony Braxton's 20 Standards Reviewed
Another review of Braxton’s latest effort is available.
New Fieldwork Reviewed
The latest release form the trio Fieldwork is reviewed.
Once again, the DMG Newsletter provides reviews of new releases of note.
The BBC has posted a review of this new release.
All About Jazz Reviews
A few new reviews of interest this month from All About Jazz:
Soft Machine & Heavy Friends: BBC in Concert 1971 (Hux Records)
Bull Fonda Duo: Cup of Joe, No Bull (Corn Hill Indie)
Eugene Chadbourne: The Hills Have Jazz (Boxholder Records)
Hamid Drake/Albert Beger/William Parker: Evolving Silence, Vol. 1 (Earsay)
Fieldwork: Simulated Progress (Pi Recordings)
Cecil Taylor: Almeda (FMP Records)
Wayne Horvitz: Wayne Horvitz: Intersection Poems & Live ()
Charlie Hunter and Bobby Previte as Groundtruther Longitude (Thirsty Ear Recordings)
Joe McPhee: Joe McPhee: Everything Happens For a Reason (Roaratorio Records)
Free Base: The Ins and Outs (Emanem)
Paul Rutherford: IskraÂ³ (Psi)
Billy Bang: Billy Bang: Configuration & Vietnam: Reflections ()
William Parker: Sound Unity & Two Masters & Mass for the Healing of the World ()
Spontaneous Music Ensemble: A New Distance (Emanem)
Billy Bang: Vietnam: Reflections (Justin Time Records)
Vijay Iyer: Reimagining (Savoy Jazz)
Kris Tiner and Mike Baggetta: There, Just As You Look For It (pfMentum)
John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble: A Blessing (OmniTone)
Peter BrÃ¶tzmann and Walter Perkins: Peter BrÃ¶tzmann: Berlin Djungle & Medicina ()
Emily Hay: Like Minds (pfMentum)
Graham Collier: Workpoints (Cuneiform Records)
Free Jazz Fans of the World, Unite!
A long and opinionated critique of the early part of Ornette Coleman’s career is available.
This week’s DMG Newsletter has a ton of new releases and reviews.