July 14, 2020

Gary Lucas Profiled July 14, 2020July 13, 2020 ~ Mike Source: Guitar World. That long list includes psychedelic rock, world music (including ’30s Chinese pop, Hungarian folk and blues raga), film music, classical, electronica, jazz, blues and avant-garde. The common thread to it all is his guitar playing. Over the past four decades, Gary Lucas […]

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July 14, 2020

His bandmate’s music-loving father, himself a longtime amateur bassist, had picked them up from school. A Listener’s Guide to Warr Guitar Music July 14, 2020July 13, 2020 ~ Mike Source: Bandcamp Daily. While driving his charges to rehearsal, he put on some King Crimson, the prog band that brought to rock music a new level of […]

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July 14, 2020

– Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes Bourbonese Qualk – Hope Thecodontion – Supercontinent Damien De Coene & Idée Fixe – C30 Split The Residents – Metal, Meat & Bone Lawrence English – Lassitude Various Artists – Next Lightyear – South African Underground House & Officer! Musique Machine Reviews July 14, 2020July 13, 2020 […]

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July 14, 2020

Two New Releases from Out Of Your Head Records July 14, 2020July 13, 2020 ~ Mike Source: Out Of Your Head Records. Atlantic Extraction: Live at Threes by Nick Dunston releases July 24, 2020 Nick Dunston – double bass, compositions Louna Dekker-Vargas – flute, alto flute, piccolo Ledah Finck – violin, viola Tal Yahalom – guitar […]

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July 13, 2020

New Remote Resonator Releases July 13, 2020 ~ Mike Source: Remote Resonator. MONTRE​-​MOI CE QUE TU N’AS PAS by Alex Riva & Silvan Schmid SEGMENT by RÀDIUM (Ferran Fages & Àlex Reviriego) DE FWÁ by Cristián Alvear & Cyril Bondi

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July 13, 2020

As a teenager, he could reproduce from memory the big-band concerts that came through Birmingham, led by greats like Duke Ellington and Fats Waller. While attending the segregated Industrial High School, Herman joined a handful of jazz and R&B bands, including one led by his biology teacher, Ethel Harper. When Harper left the group, Herman […]

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July 13, 2020

All artists are being paid for their work. Thursday, July 16 at 10:00 AM Eastern Time VIRTUAL WORKS & PROCESS: LISA BIELAWA | WORKS & PROCESS Works & Process at the Guggenheim Presents the Virtual Premiere of Lisa Bielawa’s Broadcast from Home Chapter 15 with Film for Chapter 4 by Anthony Hawley. This series will […]

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July 13, 2020

Feel free to peruse previous years’ lists. 1 Carter, Daniel / Patrick Holmes / Matthew Putman – Whoadie Caustic Reverie – The Flooded Assembly Cheetham, Andrew / Alan Wilkinson – The Vortex of Past Time Chicago Underground Quartet – Good Days Cockerham, Ben – Shadow Forth Council on American Regicide, The – Anger Management Vol. Le […]

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July 13, 2020

Frank Macchia / Brock Avery Rhythm Abstraction: Ruby (Cacophony) Jonathan Suazo / Gabriel Vicens / Leonardo Osuna No Base Trio (Setola di Maiale) Omri Ziegele Tomorrow Trio All Those Yesterdays (Intakt Records) Edward ‘Kidd’ Jordan, Joel Futterman, William Parker, Hamid Drake A Tribute to Alvin Fielder – Live at Vision Festival XXIV (Mahakala Music) Reviewed […]

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July 12, 2020

Deep rumbling accompanies these atmospherics, with static, crackling, and micro-tectonics of the landscape shifting. These serve as the basis of an airy set of ominous drones constructed from processed sounds and subtle synth waves. If nothing else, the album represents an understated exploration of human impact on the environment. These sounds are earthy but exist […]

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July 12, 2020

AMBROSE AKINMUSIRE – ON THE TENDER SPOT OF EVERY CALLOUSED MOMENT TIM STINE TRIO – FRESH DEMONS BRANDON SEABROOK – EXULTATIONS BERNHARD MEYER / JOHN HOLLENBECK – GRIDS SARA SERPA – RECOGNITION SARA SCHOENBECK / WAYNE HORVITZ – CELL WALK QUIN KIRCHNER – THE SHADOWS AND THE LIGHT JazzTrail Reviews  July 12, 2020 ~ Mike […]

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July 12, 2020

Dmitry Evgrafov ~ Surrender Peter Jones ~ Carrying Glass Each Morning of the World ~ East Asia PhoNographic Mornings Guybrush ~ Something Extremely Light Julianna Barwick ~ Healing Is A Miracle A Closer Listen Reviews July 12, 2020July 11, 2020 ~ Mike Source: A Closer Listen.

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July 12, 2020

This new record features two attuned location-based Hörstücke that sit somewhere between conceptual composition and magical realism. It provides a sense of location so familiar yet very disorienting. When there is more to communicate, to connect to than a “musical work”? But what does it say about this music when the artistic choice goes deeper, […]

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July 12, 2020

Improvisations for percussion and saxophone. TATSUYA NAKATANI + RHONDA TAYLOR – CITY OF ROCKS Giddy tilts on the American Southwest. ATTN:Magazine Reviews July 12, 2020July 11, 2020 ~ Mike Source: ATTN:Magazine. SSABÆ – FRACTAL ARCHIPELAGO Drones, jittering microsound, contradictory modes of time.

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July 11, 2020

Jan Martin Smørdal Choosing to Sing Kudryavtsev/Costa/Sandomirsky/Talalay Quartet Red François Carrier/Tomek Gadecki/Marcin Bożek/Michel Lambert Wide Ilia Belorukov & Jon Heilbron Studio & Rotonda Jazzword Reviews  July 11, 2020July 10, 2020 ~ Mike Source: Jazzword.

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July 11, 2020

The Squid’s Ear Reviews July 11, 2020July 10, 2020 ~ Mike Source: The Squid’s Ear. Karayorgis / McBride / Smith / Gray / Rosenthal – CliffPools (Driff Records) Michel Banabila – Movements (music for dance) 2 LP set (Tapu Records) Fritz Hauser – Laboratorio – Solo Percussion (hat[now]ART)

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July 10, 2020

New Releases From Blank Forms July 10, 2020 ~ Mike Source: Blank Forms. Solos 4xLP Box Set Graham Lambkin Axis/Another Revolvable Thing 1 LP Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit Axis/Another Revolvable Thing 2 LP Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit Axis/Another Revolvable Thing 2xCD Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit

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July 10, 2020

Anteloper — Tour Beats Vol 1 (International Anthem) Damon Smith – Whatever is Not Stone is Light (Balance Point Acoustics) Uz Jsme Doma and Randy — Moravian Meeting (Klanggalerie) Dusted Reviews July 10, 2020 ~ Mike Source: Dusted.

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July 10, 2020

Program 2: 7 Tim Daisy & Dave Rempis 7:35 Luke Stewart (with video by Patrick Cain) 8 Joe McPhee 8:25 Marker (Vandermark / Stewart / Clinkman / Marquette / Sudderberg) Sunday July 12th Interstitial videos by Federico Peñalva Program 1: 1 Chris Corsano 1:30 Susan Alcorn / Macie Stewart / Tim Daisy 2:05 Ingebrigt Håker […]

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July 10, 2020

Morricone’s music is just as timeless. Dare we compare the five notes of his famous “coyote call” in “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” with the four opening notes of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony? John Zorn on Ennio Morricone  July 10, 2020 ~ Mike Source: The New York Times. Ennio Morricone was more than one […]

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July 10, 2020

New Releases from Cyclic Law July 10, 2020July 9, 2020 ~ Mike Source: Cyclic Law. More in the dark ambient space. LAMIA VOX “Alles ist Ufer. Ewig ruft das Meer” CD/LP (148th Cycle) DESIDERII MARGINIS “Departed” CD/LP (147th Cycle) UNDIRHEIMAR “Heljarrúnar” CD (165th Cycle) VORTEX “Helioz” CD (166th Cycle)

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July 9, 2020

AMN Reviews: No Base Trio – s/t [Setola di Maiale] July 9, 2020 ~ dbarbiero The punningly titled No Base Trio is a trio without a bass, but not without a foundation. Although this is their debut album, the trio have played together for ten years, and the rapport they’ve developed during that time shows. Osuna’s […]

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July 9, 2020

Save Our Stages Petition July 9, 2020July 9, 2020 ~ Mike Source: Save Our Stages is focused on generating support for the RESTART Act (S. A Chicago study estimated that $1 spent at a small venue resulted in $12 of economic activities for neighboring restaurants, hotels and retail shops. Excerpts follow. Without support from Congress, 90% […]

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July 9, 2020

“Baphomet” is a courageous new step for Zorn, and a spectacular culmination to his 30-year exploration of the nexus that connects hardcore punk, progressive metal and jazz. John Zorn : Baphomet “Baphomet” is a masterpiece! Passionately performed by John Medeski, Matt Hollenberg and Kenny Grohowski, the music has a dramatic cinematic expanse and is filled […]

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