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Federico Isasti

Federico Isasti is a drummer, composer, improviser and audio visual software developer based in Buenos Aires. Having participated as a drummer and co-leader in more than 15 albums of creative music groups (Alan Plachta, Pía Hernández, Elias Stemeseder, Julián Mekler, NUDO, among others) and being internationally recognized by his musical work (Sales de Baño - First Price for Unreleased Jazz Music 2019 (Primer Premio a Música Inédita Jazz 2019) FNA, The Best Experimental Music on Bandcamp: May 2019), Federico is also interested in interdisciplinary practice. In the field of movement and audio visual arts he composed electronic music for a dance piece (Simetrías, winner of PIME grant, UNSAM, premiered in Barcelona, 2019), created audiovisual performances (El Retorno de una Hormiga, audio looping and live video processing, 2019), art installations (IRS - Imagen por Resonancia Sonora, to be premiered in April 2022) and works as a web programmer/interactive platforms developer (El Próximo Paso - WebDoc, 2021)


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Daniel Rorke, Hello Cacus & Previews

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Saxophonist Daniel Rorke, originally from Australia, then NYC, Scandinavia and now in Dublin Ireland, dropped some music on OMJ recently and tracks from different trios plus a stint in a crazy Icelandic big band are featured. Two very important alto saxophonists have new recordings on the way and those are previewed--Ornette Coleman's first two releases for ...


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Shipp/Parker/Dickey, Florian Arbenz, Matthieu Mazué & Ghasem Batamuntu

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A mixed bag this time around on One Man's Jazz, highlighted by new releases from the excellent trio of Matthew Shipp (piano), William Parker (bass) and Whit Dickey (drums), trios from Switzerland led by pianist Matthieu Mazué and drummer Florian Arbenz, the Belgian trio of guitarist Manu Codjia, bassist Giuseppe Millaci & and drummer Lieven Venken, ...


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Henry Threadgill's Zooid, New No Business Releases & Christopher Parker

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Two of the giants of the saxophone are featured in this episode of OMJ: Henry Threadgill and his longest-running band Zooid (he plays more with this band than others) and the late, great Sam Rivers from his archive of unrecorded music released by NoBusiness Records. Rivers leads one of his not-too-common guitar quartets. Also from NoBusiness ...


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New Jazz from Argentina and Beyond

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On this show Argentinian jazz from Axel Filip, La Disidencia de las Máquinas lead by Federico Isasti, and, El Devinir Del Rio. I also have new albums from Hank Roberts, William Parker, and, Leo Genovese with Mariano Otero and Sergio Verdinelli. There is also a look back to the 1970s for classic live sounds from Chris ...


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Adam Pieronczyk, Francisco Mela & R.I.P. Jerry Granelli

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An intriguing track by saxophonist Adam Pieronczyk on a compilation of Polish jazz artists, 12 or so years back, ushered me into the current Polish scene, and I've been enjoying it since. Adam's latest features guitarist Jean-Paul Bourelly. drummer Francisco Mela was mentored by {m: McCoy Tyner}} so he's honouring that important relationship with a three-album ...



Label: Isla Desierta Discos
Released: 2019
Track listing: 12:34, Segundo Aire, Mambo Negro, Juguetes Rotos, Tu Nombre en Plural, Invasión!, Un


La Cocina Magnética

Label: Club del Disco
Released: 2019
Track listing: Cuatro Puentes, Senegal, Arrayán, En la Frontera 1, El Deambulador, Sincronía, Los Luminosos, En la Frontera 2


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