Tag Archives: Mark Wingfield

KEVIN KASTNING & MARK WINGFIELD – The Line To Three

January 1, 2018

Greydisc 2017 When worlds collide in the absence of a witness, this is the sound they make. Two most original guitarists, Kastning and Wingfield, continue their progress into the great unknown – and this direction could be the only thing … Continue reading

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WINGFIELD REUTER STAVI SIRKIS – The Stone House

May 31, 2017

MoonJune 2017 Rocking the joint to shake it, rattle and roll, proponents of improv get instant gratification out of triumphal telepathy. Perhaps, a MoonJune state of mind is a reason why it doesn’t take more than a moment for various … Continue reading

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DWIKI DHARMAWAN – Pasar Klewer

March 1, 2017

MoonJune 2016 All things must pass but beauty will stay on: Jakarta’s premier ivories operator explores the most romantic reaches of psyche. Dwiki Dharmawan’s international debut was a retrofuturistic wonder in its use of cosmic synthesizers, but “Pasar Klewer” basks … Continue reading

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KEVIN KASTNING & MARK WINGFIELD – Eleven Rooms

April 18, 2016

Greydisc 2015 Aural allusions of Johannes Vermeer’s work as treated in Transatlantic strokes – luminescent and elusive – by two six-strings stalwarts. Englishman Wingfield and American Kastning’s fifth collaborative album in five years is very difficult to grasp and very … Continue reading

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MARK WINGFIELD – Proof Of Light

March 4, 2015

MoonJune 2015 Six-string savant searches the darkest reaches of personal universe for a gilded splinter. There’s a great misconception about this British guitarist: everybody talks about his unique approach and amazing technique, thus painting Mark WIngfield as a musicians’ musician, … Continue reading

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