Tag: Miguel Fernández

7 Questions for… Miguel Fernández

Miguel Fernández has the dubious honour of being one of the first artists I reviewed for the UK’s Jazz Journal: his 2010 quartet disc, “Transplanet Species”. The review was brief (space was tight) but positive and it’s a disc that still gets played every now and then all these years later, which is always a…




Miguel Fernández Quartet – Transplanet Species

(This short review was originally published in Jazz Journal in 2010.) Miguel Fernández (tenor saxophone) Dani Pérez (electric guitar) Leo Genovese (piano, electric piano) Marko Lohikari (bass) Gonzalo del Val (drums) – tracks #2, #4,#9 David Xirgu (drums) – tracks #1, #3, #5, #6, #7, #8 hide them! el amor después del mediodía no muerdas…




MUT Trio at the LEM Festival – dancing on the edge

Miguel Fernández (tenor saxophone) Albert Juan (electric guitar) Oriol Roca (drums) MUT Trio were appearing at Soda as part of the programme for the LEM experimental music festival, a yearly event that always brings together a wide variety of non-mainstream soundmakers. I was unable to get out to see much of the 2016 programme but…




Nit Discordian at Cafè del Conservatori del Liceu – 29 Nov ’14

Part of the Voll Damm 46th Barcelona International Jazz Festival, this was a night showcasing two bands / groups / collaborative endeavours from local record label Discordian. MUT Trio Miguel Fernández (tenor saxophone) Albert Juan (el. guitar) Oriol Roca (drums) A few years ago, I reviewed (favourably!) an album by the Miguel Fernández Quintet (“Transplanet…