Clean Feed Records

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Clean Feed Records
Active years 2001–
founder Pedro Costa
Seat Lisbon
Genre (s) Modern Creative , New Improvisation Music

Clean Feed Records is a Portuguese jazz - record label .

The label Clean Feed Records was founded in Lisbon in 2001 and has since released over 450 albums (as of 2017). The artists supervised by the label include European jazz and improvisation musicians such as Carlos Barretto , Carlos Bica , Louis Sclavis , Urs Leimgruber , Alfred Harth , Ingebrigt Håker Flaten , Christian Lillinger , Søren Kjærgaard and the Multiple Joyce Orchestra as well as contemporary representatives of these genres from America (e.g. Patrick Brennan , James Carney , Whit Dickey , Scott Fields , Mark Dresser ( Ain't Nothing But a Cyber ​​Coup & You ), James Finn , Charles Gayle , Stephen Gauci , Nate Wooley , Michael Bisio , Dennis González , Tony Malaby , Joe Morris , Fredrik Nordström , John O'Gallagher ( Dirty Hands , 2008), Ivo Perelman , Dominic Duval , Elliott Sharp , Joe Fiedler , Herculaneum and Mostly Other People Do the Killing ) and from Japan ( Otomo Yoshihide ). The label has been named Label of the Year several times in a row by All About Jazz .

Since 2006, the label has organized the Clean Feed Festival annually in New York City (including in the Cornelia Street Cafe ), where the label's artists perform. Since 2010 these festivals have also been held in Chicago and various cities in Europe, such as Utrecht and Ljubljana .

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Individual evidence

  1. See E. Tavarez Jazz label in full swing in Portugal's fado-land , Reuters , February 20, 2009
  2. See information on the festival in New York at
  3. ^ Information from Chicago Reader
  4. ^ Nate Chinen: When Festivals Collide and Freethinkers Meet in The New York Times