Europe Jazz Media Chart - September 2016

EMC_september2016 A selection of the hot new music surfacing across the continent this month by the top European jazz magazines and websites.

Mike Flynn, Jazzwise (UK):
ANDRE CANNIERE "The Darkening Blue" (Whirlwind Recordings)

Anna Filipieva, Jazz.Ru (Russia):
MACIEJ FORTUNA TRIO "Jazz" (Fortuna Music)

Jan Granlie, Salt Peanuts (Norway):
MARY HALVORSON «Meltframe» (Firehouse Records)

Christine Stephan, JAZZTHETIK (Germany):
TUULE KANN - JAAK SOOÄÄR „Teisele Kaldale / To The Other Side“ (Tutl)

Henning Bolte, Jazzism (Netherlands):

Magnus Nygren, Orkester Journalen (Sweden):
CIRCADIA "Advances and delays" (Sofa)

Cim Meyer, Jazz Special (Denmark):
ELLEN ANDERSSON QUARTET ”I’ll Be Seeing You” (Prophone)

Lars Mossefinn, Dag og tid (Norway):
LIVE MARIA ROGGEN "Apokaluptein" (Kirkelig kulturverksted)

Luca Vitali, Giornale della Musica (Italy):
TIGRAN HAMASYAN "Atmospheres" (ECM Records)

Axel Stinshoff, Jazz thing (Germany):
STEPS AHEAD "Steppin' Out" (Jazzline/Delta Music)

Madli-Liis Parts , Muusika (Estonia):
WILL CALHOUN "Celebrating Elvin Jones" (Motéma Music)

Paweł Brodowski, Jazz Forum (Poland):
ZBIGNIEW NAMYSŁOWSKI QUINTET “Polish jazz – YES!” (Polskie Nagrania/Warner Music Poland)

A long awaited new album by Poland’s legendary saxophonist Zbigniew Namysłowski is both a confirmation and manifesto. Yes, indeed, there is as Polish jazz with its distinctive flavor and Namysłowski is one of its originators and great proponents. „Polish jazz – YES!” is a striking new addition to the recently reactivated cult series “Polish Jazz” from the Polskie Nagrania catalogue, now owned by Warner Music Poland.

This chart has been compiled by Europe Jazz Media members

About Europe Jazz Media
A number of jazz magazines and websites from across Europe have come together under the banner Europe Jazz Media to work on common objectives in encouraging and strengthening interest in jazz and spreading awareness of the development and diversity of the music. One of the first initiatives is the Europe Jazz Media chart: a non-sales related chart that reveals some of the hot new music surfacing across the continent right now.