Turn Out The Stars: an espresso with Ricardo Pinheiro and Massimo Caravalli

Turn Out the Stars , a tribute to Bill Evans, is the title of the latest album recorded by the trio that features Ricardo Pinheiro on guitar, Massimo Caravalli on double bass and Erik Ineke on drums. We interviewed Ricardo and Massimo.

> Eugenio Mirti

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1000 Dischi Per Un Secolo: an espresso with Enrico Merlin

1000 Dischi Per Un Secolo is the title of a monumental volume published by Il Saggiatore and written by Enrico Merlin, musician, composer and writer. With this work, Enrico tells a century of music through his ears, his eyes and his sensitivity, with the mental openness towards every musical genre typical of those who are fueled by curiosity and passion.

> Ivano Rossato 

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Different Roots: an espresso with Rodrigo Faina

On February 12th Brooklyn based Red Piano Records released Different Roots, the new album of Rodrigo Faina and the Change Ensemble, The Argentinian composer based in The Netherlands told us about his new work.

> Ivano Rossato 

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Journey Home: an espresso with Andrea Keller

Andrea Keller is a talented Australian composer and pianist who has recently released a multimedia work (Journey Home) and an album with an atypical line up (Life is Brut[if]al). We interviewed her.

> Eugenio Mirti 

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Bent Arcana: an espresso with John Dwyer

Multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter, visual artist and record label owner John Dwyer, after the caustic vibrations of projects such as Coachwhips, Zeigenbock Kopf, Sword + Sandals, in 2020 has released Bent Arcana, improvised music with a great atmosphere and groove.

> Ivano Rossato 

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Jazz Drums: an espresso with Enzo Zirilli

Enzo Zirilli is one of the most interesting European drummers: as comfortable in Italy as in his adopted city of London. We interviewed him in the period between the first and second lockdown.

> Ivano Rossato 

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Drumgenius: an espresso with Mauro Battisti

Mauro Battisti is a brilliant double bass player who, obsessed with rhythm and its secrets, has created an app to study it at its best, “Drumgenius”, which has already enjoyed a great international success. We interviewed him.

> Ivano Rossato 

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Black Jesus Experience: an espresso with Peter Harper and Ian Dixon

“To Know Without Knowing” is the last recording collaboration of the Australian band Black Jesus Experience and the Ethiopic artist Mulatu Astatke. We asked Peter Harper and Ian Dixon to tell us about how this project was carried out.

> Ivano Rossato 

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Three: an espresso with Tony Buck and The Necks

Australians Chris Abrahams, Tony Buck and Lloyd Swanton are The Necks, since 1987 they have been playing suggestive and intense improvised instrumental music. We asked them about Three, their recently released 18th studio album., their recently released 18th studio album.

> Ivano Rossato 

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