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Lewis McCallum: Wake (RM)

Lewis McCallum: Wake (RM)

Young Auckland saxophonist McCallum -- son of singer Malcolm -- adopts exactly the approach he should for someone his age: he comes out of the post hip-hop/clubland culture and so is entirely at home with programmed beats, soul-funk clubland styles, and has been working with those who share a similar sensibility. (He was in Relaxomatic...

Batucada Sound Machine: Rhythm & Rhyme (Border)

Batucada Sound Machine: Rhythm & Rhyme (Border)

The first album by this big and boisterous band was a live outing recorded at Womad in 2005. It didn't do it for me and was one of those "guess you had to be there" albums. But it was clear that aside from energy and enthusiasm (which they had by truckloads) they certainly had some musical chops and their set sounded like an...

Lewis McCallum: Syntheology (Finch Studios)

Lewis McCallum: Syntheology (Finch Studios)

To be honest, because of how his previous album Wake went, I was going to review this in the jazz column I have in Real Groove -- but this doesn't conform to even my very, very broad church definition of "jazz". Which, I hasten to add, doesn't demean or diminish it any way -- it is a very sassy, smart and funky album of...

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