NEWS

NEW RELEASE 2019 & PRESENTATION!!!


CD Presentation October 2019

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Oct 25 |  BBCJamboree, Barcelona. Catalunya.

Oct 24 | BBC, Bilbaina, Bilbao, País Vasco (ES)

Gorka Benitez – Saxo tenor
Guillermo Celano – guitarra
Marc Baggiani – batería

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Iman Spaargaren's Undercurrent trio new release
High Tide - Low Tide



Coming dates!
Nov 8 | Splendor, Amsterdam
Nov 10 | Concerto, Amsterdam
Nov 17 | Twee Spieghels, Leiden
Dec 6 |  De Jazz Brouwerij, Alkmaar

"Listen to the Coltranesque sound of Iman Spaargaren, which is really molded into his own voice, to the quirky and humorous art of improvisation by Guillermo Cerano and to the overwhelming percussion rummage of Marcos Baggiani. 
Here, the present and the future are safeguarded"
Rinus van der Heijden, Jazznu.com || 2019

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In this issue:

+ Antimufa special collaboration and new album
The Ambush Party Cumbia in the Bimhuis
+ Badenhorst/Baggiani/Celano new video, dates and reviews
+ Iman Spaargaren's Undercurrent trio new release and tour
+ More


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Martín Sued Bandoneon, Natalio Sued Clarinets, Guillermo Celano Guitar, Adán Mizrahi Double Bass, Marcos Baggiani Drums
Antimufa's release show last June was a serious business (not to say a blast!).

A full house at the Bimhuis and an engaged audience were the perfect ingredients for a focused and pristine concert.

The new album Grillos features Martín Sued, a master improviser and virtuoso bandoneon player from Buenos Aires.

Antimufa music is now digitally distributed by Audio Maze.

You can listen to it here or get the CD here.



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The Ambush Party  is playing their unique discombobulated Cumbia at Bimhuis, closing the 3rd day of the 12 points festival in Amsterdam.

After that and while preparing the material for our 3rd album, TAP will be back at "The Space is the Place". Keep an Eye on it!

The Ambush Party are: Natalio Sued on tenor sx, clrnt and vocals; Oscar Jan Hoogland on piano and shouts; Harald Austbö  on cello and vocals and yours truly on drums and moos.


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We are still presenting our recent release Lili & Marleen on Clean Feed Records.

After playing last season at Jazz in 't Park Festival and Kroegentocht Fest in Belgium, Jazz Atelier in Austria, Bimhuis, PlusEtage, De Pletterij and Molen de Ster in the Nederlands; we are preparing for the coming dates:

Oct 27 | Celano/Badenhorst/BaggianiThe Machinist, Rotterdam.
Oct 25 | C.B.G feat. Gorka Benitez Jamboree, Barcelona. Gorka Benitez: t sax & flute
Oct 24 | C.B.G feat. Gorka Benitez Bilbaina, Bilbao (ES)
Oct 23 | C.B.G feat. Gorka Benitez, Lekeitio Jazz Club, Bilbaina (ES)
Oct 6 | Celano/Badenhorst/BaggianiInverdam, Zaandam.
27 | Celano/Badenhorst/Baggiani feat. Wolbert Brederode, Paradox, Tilburg. Wolter Brederode: piano

Meanwhile, Lili & Marleen got some nice reviews and this video of our concert last June during the Trytone 20 Festival at Bimhuis (edited by yours truly)

“…refined soundscapes treated in such a way that a delicious, almost non-abstract happiness remains.” Jazzism ****1/2 Ken Vos #01- 2019

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Lili & Marleen is a beautiful continuation of a discography that these gentlemen can be proud of.
The new album, which is released by the Portuguese label Clean Feed, elaborates on previous work, but it all sounds more intense, compact and mature.
The trio is perfectly capable of turning inside out a famous song like Lili Marleen (the WW II classic ‘Lili Marleen’)...
  JazzFlits, Herman Te Loo, NL

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The sound of the trio is almost like their presence itself, deeply human. Together, they create a unique music world in which we can trip through time amid our own emotions”  Sightsong, (JP)

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“Their catchy tempos and deep melodic reveries present an approachable demeanour, but it isn’t long before wild divergences and curious eruptions of volatility take over, leaving a paradoxical amalgamation of just what is what. The resulting confusion is the source of this album’s charm.The perpetual challenge of reconciling the embraceable passages with those more abrupt and acerbic is a limitless source of fun and intrigue” Birth is the worm, D Sumner, (U.S.A).

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“This is smart and interesting music. Modern jazz with a very open perspective.
The three artists meet for a wonderful journey through the land of music, touching on a number of musical influences through their compositions, and adding joyous improvisations welcoming other cultures and people and sounds into their idiom. The music is genre-bending, with little tunes and compositions that sound vaguely familiar, as if taken from our common unconscious and reformatted into something more modern and exciting.”
 Free jazz Blog ****1⁄2 Stef Gijssels, Jan 2019 (BE)




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“You hear 3 sound magicians who, to their heart's content, search for the unexplored areas, looking for the ultimate structures that can give them and the listener the necessary pleasure. Anyone who has already wandered around the labyrinths of these borderline sound manipulators should definitely experience the band live. Let's talk jazz G T Briquet. Dec 2018, (BE)

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“Playful and capricious. Marcos Baggiani, Guillermo Celano and Joachim Badenhorst work together on a unique balance of composition and improvisation that feels as recognisable as strange. That in turn ensures that you, as a listener, are also forced to keep on raising your ears and discovering that special synergy.” Enola - Guy Peters - 11 jan 2019

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“Playful Jazz from Amsterdam.
The music was eclectic and postmodern and the result was a quite blatantly applause. Some compositions come from their own pen, while others are finely crafted from pieces by such diverse authors as Misha Mengelberg or the modern classic György Ligeti.
Conclusion: A fine, in the best sense entertaining concert with musicians, which you will surely hear in the next years at the big European festivals”

Live concert - Nachrichten(A), 20 jan 2019

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+ Iman Spaargaren's Undercurrent trio new release
High Tide - Low Tide
Coming dates!
3 okt Roode Bioscoop, Amsterdam
1, 2, 3 november Mol België
8 nov splendor, Amsterdam
10 nov Concerto, Amsterdam
17 nov Twee Spieghels leiden


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For all coming concerts and performances please check my agenda!
To see more about the bands and related links please click in bands/projects


Thanks a lot for being here!!!

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