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Monthly Archives: September 2003
It may be hard to believe but Stockhausen is getting played pretty frequently. Check out the official list of upcoming shows. About these ads
For fringe, creative music, let’s face it: the artists don’t make money, the labels don’t make money, CDs are expensive to the consumer, and there are more releases than any one person can keep up with. Not promising for the … Continue reading
COntinuing the tradition of BBC Radio reissues, Hux has two new releases coming out on September 29th: SOFT MACHINE BBC Radio 1971-1974 2-CD (HUX047) [Release date 29 September 2003] Following the successful release earlier this year of HUX037, this second … Continue reading
Raison‘s official site has announced a new release, Requiem for Abandoned Souls scheduled for November. Blurb: “This is so beautiful that it is hard to believe Peter Andersson did this! /…/ I can’t understand how far he can take his … Continue reading
From Steve’s site: “LIFE SEQUENCE A chronicle of new and classic unreleased pure electronic sequencer-driven pieces filled with beauty and emotion. Spiraling melodic sequences, floating majestic textures along with thematic and melodic contributions from guest synthesist Paul Ellis all add … Continue reading
Highlights include reviews of latest two Art Ensemble of Chicago releases, among other articles.
Lucier’s NAVIGATIONS FOR STRINGS; SMALL WAVES and STILL AND MOVING LINES OF SILENCE IN FAMILIES OF HYPERBOLAS are reviewed in the latest issue of Paris Transatlantic.
Check out the Creative Music Archive for detailed portraits of dozens of top avant names. Plan to stay a while…
One of the pioneers of free jazz with a resume that is second to none, Sam Rivers has recently been interviewed.
Take a look at Tzadik for what’s coming up this month and beyond. “Cracow Klezmer Band: Bereshit Another brilliant release by one of the most important bands in the New Jewish Renaissance. Passionately blending tradition and modernity with impressive virtuosity, … Continue reading