#5 – Ingrid Racine “Breathe In, Breathe Out”
Concentric Circles by Ingrid Racine is like spring: bright, colorful, of stunning beauty and you never get bored of it.
Trumpeter and composer Ingrid Racine embraces everything from early jazz to bop, fusion to folk and hip hop. Her strong bebop sensibility shines, even as she explores music across decades and geographical boundaries.
#4 – Omer Avital “Afrik”
You will find in Abutbul Music a wide range of styles and rhythms but always surprisingly mastered and filled with life – such as this amazing Afrik
#3 – Joachim Kühn “Machineria”
The whole “Beauty & Truth” grooves, as only a nearly 70-year-old person knows how to make it happens so simply and so perfectly.Website
#2 – Benjamin Faugloire Project “Beauttiful Day for a Birth”
Discover here our latest review of “Birth”
#1 – Tonbruket “Mano Sinistra”
A new beginning for Tonbruket: Some of the tracks are extremely soft and gentle, romantic, acoustic, jazz-inspired, while others use prog rock as a springboard from which to make the short leap into heavy metal. The pieces the band plays can differ hugely from each other in shape, intensity and stylistic origin. The result of this is that the listener’s attention tends to be drawn away from the specific and from the moment-to-moment, and towards the totality of what is happening.