Cormac Larkin

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Toulouse quartet Host are musical chameleons, poised between jazz and rock, between improvisation and composition, between ambience and savage noise. (...)

The members of LAB Trio may be indecently young, but this much-admired Belgian outfit have been exploring music together for a decade – a fact that is(...)

This Is How We Fly: landing in Fumbally Stables in Dublin on Thursday, while their reed player Seán Mac Erlaine joins other jazz spirits for a haunted house party in Dublin on Sunday

Richie Buckley Quintet Arthurs, Dublin Friday September 8th 9pm €10 Richie Buckley’s list of former employers may be a who’s-who of (...)

The instrumentation on Vijay Iyer’s fifth release for Manfred Eicher’s ECM label couldn’t be more traditional – trumpet, alto, tenor and a rhythm sect(...)

Fred Hersch - Open Book review
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  • September 6, 2017, 08:30

It’s nearly ten years since pianist Fred Hersch was forced to relearn his instrument (documented in his 2011 DVD My Coma Dreams) but if anything, he j(...)

Umbra: Individually, each member of this exhilarating five-piece is a rising star of the Irish jazz scene

SUNDAY 3rd JOIN THE CLUB Nigel Mooney & Johnny Taylor Trio United Arts Club, FitzWilliam St, Dublin 4pm, €10, Guitarist and sin(...)

Thirty-five years after his death – and a good 70 since the high-water mark of the bebop he helped to invent – the music of Thelonious Monk continues (...)

Bassist Gary Peacock may be best known for playing standards with the world-beating Keith Jarrett trio, but the venerable bassist’s roots stretch all (...)

Woven Skull: outlier music that sorts the aficionados from the neophytes

Friday 25th OUT WHERE THE TRAINS DON’T RUN Woven Skull – Jigsaw, Belvedere Court, Dublin, 8pm, E8 (byob) – Mysterious, underg(...)

Among a small but influential group of musicians and listeners, all ears are trained on what Tim Berne will do next, and therein lies one of his stren(...)

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