AMN Review: Dub Mentor featuring Yan Jun – Guns of Brixton (Ent-T)

Deep in the recesses of his studio in Tel Aviv, Lior Sulliman once again dons the mantel of Dub Mentor to produce yet another startling minimalist cover, recorded with faultless musicianship and pristine clarity. Here, the Clash´s Guns of Brixton as a chamber piece with previous collaborator Yan Jun confiding the lyrics to us. In Chinese.

Stephen Fruitman

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October 19, 2014
Ornament, Death by Audio
Joe Denardo

October 19, 2014
Kid Millions & Jim Sauter, Death by Audio
John ‘Kid Millions’ Colpitts Jim Sauter

October 19, 2014
Arto Lindsay Noise Quartet, Death by Audio
Ofir Ganon Arto Lindsay Greg Saunier William Shore

October 17, 2014
Borbetomagus, ABC No Rio
Don Dietrich Donald Miller Jim Sauter

October 17, 2014
Lea and Leila, ABC No Rio
Lea Bertucci Leila Bordreuil

October 15, 2014
Matt Pavolka, Russ Lossing, Tomas Fujiwara, ShapeShifter Lab
Tomas Fujiwara Russ Lossing Matt Pavolka

October 15, 2014
Charles Evans Quartet, ShapeShifter Lab
Dan Blake Charles Evans Tony Marino Ron Stabinsky

October 15, 2014
Mostly Other People Do the Killing, ShapeShifter Lab
Moppa Elliott Thomas Heberer Bryan Murray Brandon Seabrook Kevin Shea Ron Stabinsky Dave Taylor

Coming to REDCAT

Benoît Delbecq, synthetizers + computers

Benoît Delbecq, synthetizers + computers (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Sunday, October 26, 2014 7:00 p.m.
Strings and Serpents
featuring: Andy Milne, Benoît Delbecq, Tsugumi Yamamoto & Ai Kajigano

Plying rhythmic forms and sonic colors in a shared language of improvisation, jazz pianists Andy Milne and Benoît Delbecq (a.k.a. Crystal Magnets) partner with the Japanese koto duo TsuguKaji-KOTO, amid the swirling washes of Saki Murotani’s projected animation. Conceived and composed by Milne—founder of Dapp Theory and noted veteran of New York’s downtown jazz scene—the 75-minute epic draws on the myth of the Rainbow Serpent as it opens new multilayered dialogues between East and West, sight and sound.

November 1
David Rosenboom
Zones of Influence

First written 30 years ago, David Rosenboom’s Zones of Influence is a landmark concert-length work for percussion soloist, live computer-generated electronics, and auxiliary keyboard and glissando instruments. At the time a breakthrough in linking virtuoso electroacoustic performance with interactive compositional algorithms, Zones is now fully realized—thanks to new a software instrument called the Touché II that allows the dynamic dimensionality of the music to take full mind-bending, cosmological shape. Rosenboom wrote the five-part epic expressly for superstar percussionist William Winant, who returns to perform on five live-processed percussion setups. He is joined by the composer on the Touché II, piano and violin, while Jinku Kim provides an immersive video environment for the concert. Rosenboom, one of the foremost voices in American composition since the late 1960s, released new double-CD recording of Zones of Influence on the Pogus Productions label this summer.

Performed by William Winant and David Rosenboom.

Latin Free Jazz Festival in New York

From Arts for Art:

Latin Free Jazz
Thursday November 6 & Friday Nov. 7, 2014
Metro Baptist Church

WHAT: Second annual Latin FreeJazz Festival: Redefining Latin Jazz
WHEN: Thursday 11/6 Friday 11/7 – 6:30 -11pm
WHERE: Metro Baptist Church, 410 W. 40th St, New York
TICKETS: $20 per night – $16 students & seniors

Arts for Art is excited to announce the second Latin Free Jazz Festival. This new program is meant to challenge the reductive “Latin Jazz” label by using it as a programming premise, and proving it insufficient through the diversity of voices and approaches. The featured artists are representative of Mexico, Cuba, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Africa & Spain. But most of all they represent themselves. They play music that they hear inside which goes far beyond national borders.


6:30 Youth Performances, directed by Juan Pablo Carletti and Miguel Malla
7:30 Cristian Amigo Trio
Cristian Amigo – guitar
J.D. Parran – winds
Satoshi Takeishi – drums
8:45 Juan Pablo Carletti Quartet
Roman Filiu – alto sax
Roman Diaz – percussion
William Parker – bass
Juan Pablo Carletti – drums
10:00 Aruán Ortiz Trio
Aruán Ortiz – piano
Brad Jones – bass
Gerald Cleaver – drums

FRIDAY 11/07:

7:30 David Virelles solo piano
08:45Francisco Mora Catlett AfroHORN
Roman Filiu – alto sax
Aruan Ortiz – piano
Hill Green – bass
Roman Diaz – percussion
Francisco Mora Catlett – drums
10:00 Jorge Sylvester’s ACE (Afro Caribbean Experimental) Collective Project
Nora McCarthy – voice, poetry and compositions
Waldron Mahdi Ricks – trumpet
Pablo Vergara – piano
Gene Torres – electric bass
Kahlil Kwame Bell – drums and percussions
Jorge Sylvester – alto saxophone and compositions

Jazz and Experimental Music from Poland in Istanbul this Week

Jazz and Experimental Music from Poland | Istanbul 2014.

22 October, 21.30 @ Salon IKSV
Tickets: 35 TRY
Contemporary music ensemble Kwartludium will be collaborating with guitarist Caglayan Yildiz to “deconstruct” works by Polish-ottoman musician Wojciech Bobkowski (known as Ali Ufki).

Rafał Mazur, Dominik Strychalski,
Umut Çağlar, Korhan Futacı
23 October, 21.30 @ Salon IKSV
Tickets: 35 TRY
Rafal Mazur and Dominik Strychalski will collaborate with Istanbul’s Umut Çaglar and Korhan Futaci, to perform a truly unique event with a repertoire created just one day prior to the performance.

Zorka Wollny, Songs of Resistance
24 October, @ Mixer
Free admission
Award-winning visual artist Zorka Wollny will present a collaboration with two Boğaziçi University choirs – Jazz Choir (dir. Ayşegül Begüm Kuntman) and Rock Choir (dir. Sena Senceylan) aiming to analyse the nature of voice as a form of expressing feelings of fury and anger.

Krzysztof Topolski and Hubert Zemler,
Drum Channels
25 October, @ Venue: MIAM
Free admission
The ‘Drum Channels’ project sees Krzysztof Topolski
collaborate with Hubert Zemler for field recording sessions, installation, local cymbal making workshops and a performance of Polish sixties experiential music.