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Nick Mulder: “I’ve absolutely loved co-leading the Mulder/Pulford nonet”

Nick Mulder: “I’ve absolutely loved co-leading the Mulder/Pulford nonet”

"We decided to record this performance because we felt it was a good time to document the work we've done so far, and also because the musicians are so good. We've been very lucky in Melbourne to have worked with great players; it's a great privilege to have your music played by such fantastic musicians". Read More »

Musical autobiography: Julien Wilson

Musical autobiography: Julien Wilson

"Best travelling music is still Pat Metheny. "The Precious Jewel" from "Beyond the Missouri Sky", with Charlie Haden. Travelling through the Swiss Italian alps by train for the first time. Laughing and crying at the same time." Read More »

REVIEW: Julien Wilson Quartet – This Narrow Isthmus

REVIEW: Julien Wilson Quartet – This Narrow Isthmus

One of the aspects I have always enjoyed in Wilson’s music is his impressionistic side – even though a player who resonates with the deep history of the art form, he never baulks at going where the music takes him, whether an un-jazz place or not. Read More »

REVIEW: Jazzgroove Festival, January 2016

REVIEW: Jazzgroove Festival, January 2016

" This year’s Festival program was put together smartly by Jazzgroove to get all the flavours of jazz rubbing up against each other and to pleasantly jolt by contrast." Read More »

Wangaratta Festival of Jazz & Blues – souvenir postcards

Wangaratta Festival of Jazz & Blues – souvenir postcards

extempore and the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues have collaborated with National Jazz Award winners from every year of the festival since it began. The result is this eclectic set of souvenir postcards from some of our most creative musicians. Read More »

Festival review: Melbourne International Jazz Festival 2014

Festival review: Melbourne International Jazz Festival 2014

Over the 10 day duration of the festival I'd encountered orthodox jazz rhythms, experimental jazz and music that you could argue was not jazz at all. Had I selected a different schedule of artists, I may have had a totally different festival experience altogether, such was the variety of shows on offer. Read More »

Barney McAll | a Trojan horse in the works

Barney McAll | a Trojan horse in the works

Barney McAll is in the middle of a tour that takes in Auckland (a trio gig), Wellington (solo piano) Brisbane (solo piano and Julien Wilson Quartet), Melbourne and Sydney (Julien Wilson Quartet). He’ll also be involved in a number of recording projects while in Australia. Now based in New York, Barney maintains strong links with this part of the world, ... Read More »