Artemis, ‘In Real Time’ (Blue Note) | Review


By Hrayr Attarian The collaborative sextet Artemis follows its superb eponymous debut with the equally captivating In Real Time. Six originals are sandwiched between two covers that, thanks to pianist Renee Rosnes’ skilled arrangements, maintain conceptual unity. Synergistic interplay, cinematic mood and taut, vibrant performances mark this thrilling music. Opening the album is keyboardist Lyle

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