Migration

by Girls in Airports

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Ed Buckley
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Ed Buckley The second release by this Danish jazz quintet is just as varied in mood as the other two (sadly not available on Bandcamp- Wait! One now is!). The sound runs from a sort of pop-jazz/ wine and cheese flavor, to "balladic" melodies to what sounds like Peter Gordon channeling his inner Klezmatics. One track even sounds akin to Hungarian folk. This is a well done, well played release; leaving me quite curious as to what comes next.
Dillon Ethier
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Dillon Ethier This is a sax-centric jazz quintet. Some of the tracks are more atmospheric, some of them are more focused, but they're thoroughly great. Favorite track: Water Snake.
Lommy Widmer
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Lommy Widmer I just love nordic jazz. This is a little gem. Sooo beautiful and uplifting. The music is spacious and can breathe.
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released September 23, 2012

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Girls in Airports Copenhagen, Denmark

Girls in Airports’ captivating soundscape crosses musical genres and geographical borders. Combining jazz, indie and urban folk into a unique expression of heart stirring melody-laden elegiac hooks and dance-friendly globally-influenced rhythms.

Formed in 2009 and Based in Copenhagen, the Danish award-winning band has released three albums and toured in the USA, Asia, Brazil and across Europe.
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