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18 Bands, Nearly 100 Musicians At Kings Place -- October 10-12 Published: 2013-09-05 Whirlwind Recordings was established in early 2010 by international recording artist, freelance bassist, composer, bandleader, educator and producer Michael Janisch .
May 16, 2013 Just what is the target demographic for a typical jazz album?...This series of recordings from bassist Michael Janisch makes its target audience perfectly clear both in the title Jazz For Babies and in the bottom left of the rather
Fire with smoke Walter Smith III plays alongside Matthew Stephens on guitar, Michael Janisch on bass, and Jamire Williams on drums at Pizza Express Dean Street, in London. Photograph: Andy Sheppard/Redferns Walter Smith III has impressed UK audiences
American bassist Michael Janisch's Whirlwind label is fast becoming a major player on his adopted UK jazz scene and the proprietor has cranked up its output in recent months to include releases featuring Greg Osby, Jim Hart, Gareth Lockrane and Ralph
Click here to enter the contest One of the most talked about gigs at the 2011 London Jazz Festival took place at the Pizza Express in Soho's Dean Street by the Aruan Ortiz and Michael Janisch Quintet .
September 9, 2012 The Cloudmakers Trio brings together three of the most inventive players on the UK scene: vibraphonist and band originator Jim Hart , drummer Dave Smith and expat American bassist Michael Janisch . On its debut, Live At The Pizza
When the British jazz scene hosts Americans, they tend to be big names playing big venues, or lesser-known artists dropping in for a night or two. Thanks to the energies of Michael Janisch the brilliant American double-bassist who settled in London
Michael Janisch receives prestigious Arts Council Touring Grant for April UK Tour featuring Tim Armacost, Gene Jackson and David Berkman Published: 2012-03-04 Acoustic Bassist and Whirlwind Recordings label boss Michael Janisch has just been awarded
November 6, 2011 The chance to handpick a quintet of top-flight jazz musicians and then tailor-make an album's worth of tunes with their own particular styles and talents in mind doesn't come along every day. Guitarist and writer Phil Robson grabbed
August 18, 2011 The Alex Garnett who peers out of the cover of Serpent looks a little aggressive and wil0- eyed, with odd vertical slits where his pupils should bea serpent indeed. The Garnett on the inside is more benign, but with a contemporary