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Mathias Eick is a Norwegian jazz musician, and the brother of the jazz musicians Johannes Eick and Trude Eick. He is mainly known from his releases on the jazz label ECM Records. His main instrument is the trumpet, but he also plays upright bass, vibraphone, piano and guitar. He has performed with several well-known music groups and musicians, e.g. Jaga Jazzist, Manu Katché, and "Trondheim Jazz Orchestra" together with Chick Corea and Pat Metheny. Besides this he is also known for his collaboration with Norwegian singer-songwriter Thomas Dybdahl, and recordings with the Norwegian bands Turboneger, DumDum Boys, Motorpsycho, D'Sound and Bigbang.
Get the Blessing are a jazz rock quartet based in Bristol, England, active since 2000. They were formed when Jim Barr and Clive Deamer, the rhythm section from the trip hop group Portishead, teamed up with Jake McMurchie and Pete Judge over their mutual appreciation of Ornette Coleman. To date, they have released five albums; their debut All is Yes won best album at the 2008 BBC Jazz Awards. Their most recent album, Astronautilus, was released in 2015.
Phronesis are a three-piece jazz band from London. Formed by Danish bass player Jasper Høiby in 2005, the piano trio is completed by British pianist Ivo Neame and Swedish drummer Anton Eger. Phronesis have been described by Jazzwise magazine as "the most exciting and imaginative piano trio since e.s.t. - Esbjörn Svensson Trio".
Esbjörn Svensson Trio was a Swedish jazz piano trio formed in 1993 consisting of Esbjörn Svensson, Dan Berglund, and Magnus Öström. Its music has classical, rock, pop, and techno elements. It lists classical composer Béla Bartók and rock band Radiohead as influences. Its style involves conventional jazz and the use of electronic effects and multitrack recording.
Alboran Trio is an Italian jazz piano trio consisting of Paolo Paliaga, Gigi Biolcati and Dino Contenti. The name is derived from the uninhabited Mediterranean island of Alborán, which lies between the Andalusian coast and North Africa. It is intended both to emphasize a mystical atmosphere of music and to point to the influence of European musical tradition and the African roots of rhythm.