Tag: Àlex Reviriego

Àlex Reviriego – Fred Astaire

Barcelona bassist Àlex Reviriego is on a roll, right now. Phicus (Astral Spirits) have released one of my favourite albums of 2020. Möhit Trio’s self-titled debut disc brings his sensitivity to the fore (out now on Gusstaff Records). And now, as a lead up to a solo album on tripticks tapes later this year, he’s…




aJazzNoise’s picks of 2020

Between COVID-19 putting a stop to touring, and Bandcamp Fridays, there’s been a lot of music released in 2020. The following are the albums that settled deepest into my heart, imagination and/or gut this year. In the proverbial no particular order… – Ferran Besalduch“Argonauta”(call it anything records) “…a gloriously artificial natural world… a self-contained ecosystem…




Phicus – Solid

So, in the spirit of been there, done it, got the t-shirt, I was fortunate enough to see one of Phicus’ early live performances* (maybe even the first – ooh!). And much as I like their recordings to date, it’s this one that best approximates the rush, the energy, the feeling of waves and eddies…




The Best Jazz & Noise of 2018…?

Well, once again I’ve listened to far less than I would have liked to this year (excuses range from alien invasion to the lack of 25 hours in a day to pure ninja-level laziness)… and yet, I have absolutely no complaints about the contents of my ‘top ten’ (your mileage, of course, may vary). In…




Inhumankind – Self-Extinction

Pablo Selnik – flute, vocals Àlex Reviriego – bass Celeste Alías, Marta Valero, Eric Baule – additional vocals Double-Headed King Annihilation Of All Inferior Thought-Forms Against All Odds Citizen Qayin Land Of The Shells Blue Skin Antinomic Self-Cosmogony Self-Extinction Eternal Sleep (26:30) I, Voidhanger Records March 2018 Pablo Selnik and Àlex Reviriego are stalwarts of…




7 Questions for… Inhumankind, a ‘self-interview’

Inhumankind is a Barcelona duo playing original black metal compositions using acoustic instruments. Àlex Reviriego (bass) and Pablo Selnik (flute) are ‘usual suspects’ on the BCN improvising scene and have both featured in aJN’s 7 Questions series before and this time they use their own questions to explore this latest project…   1) Àlex: Both…




7 Preguntas para… Inhumankind, la ‘self-interview’ (versión castellana)

Inhumankind es una duo de Barcelona, tocando  composiciones originales de black metal con instrumentos acusticos. Àlex Reviriego (bajo) y Pablo Selnik (flauta) son ‘usual suspects’ en la escena de música improvisada de BCN y los dos han aparecido en la serie 7 Questions de aJN. Esta vez han escrito sus preguntas propias para explorar este proyecto…




Völga – Völga

Fernando Carrasco – acoustic and electric guitars, effects and objects Àlex Reviriego – double bass and prepared double bass Iván González – trumpet Vasco Trilla – percussion Valdái Samara Kalmukya Astrakhan (47.28) Multikulti Project Spontaneous Music Tribune series MPSMT001 Four Barcelona-based improvisers, all featured previously on aJN, and this is their… what to call it?……