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Monthly Archives: November 2003
Bomb Magazine has conducted a new interview with John Zorn. About these ads
The latest from LATEST RELEASES – AVAILABLE NOW: 4096 Bobby Bradford – ‘Love’s Dream’ (1973) reissue plus with Trevor Watts, Kent Carter & John Stevens 4097 Lol Coxhill / Torsten Müller / Paul Rutherford – ‘Milwaukee 2002′ 4098 Elliott Sharp … Continue reading
An interesting article has been posted on why the fixed price of music offerings (CDs, albums, etc.) doesn’t make sense in the age of file sharing.
From Bard: ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y.—The William Parker Quintet, “Raining on the Moon,” will perform at Bard College on Saturday, December 6. The performance, titled “Winter Ritual,” is presented by Jazz at Bard and will begin at 8:00 p.m. in the Bertelsmann … Continue reading
His second of the year, Erik Friedlander‘s new effort is entitled Maldoror. “Erik Friedlander is a unique cellist whose body of work both blurs and defies genre borders. Son of the noted artist/photographer Lee Friedlander, Erik was born in 1960. … Continue reading
From the Forced Exposure list: “AREA: Live ’77 2CD (AK 1042 CD). ‘Thanks to our hard working treasure hunters, Akarma has dug up this long lost high quality recording of Area performing live in Turin in 1977. This historic concert … Continue reading
ReR released a handful of new items last month, including: NECKS, THE: Drive By VRIL [Bob Drake, Lukas Simonis, Chris Cutler]: Effigies in Cork THE SCIENCE GROUP: Spoors ABSOLUTE ZERO: Crashing Icons LUTZ GLANDIEN: Lost in Rooms DAVID MYERS /ARCANE … Continue reading
MIO is at it again: “Birgé Gorgé Shiroc: defense de – This is the first album by Birgé Gorgé Shiroc, the trio that later became Un Drame Musical Instantane. The two-disk set includes the LP “defense de” with an additional … Continue reading
Interviews with Coleman are rare. This one is particularly worth taking a look at since it discusses his childhood, roots and the initial shock that his music gave the world.
Bard College, these days the home of Richard Teitelbaum, is hosting a performance by the Bard College Electro-Acoustic Ensemble, directed by Teitelbaum, on Tuesday December 9th.