Monthly Archives: September 2004
Cold Meat is releasing a new 2CD sampler including almost all new and unreleased material. Additionally, several of their artists will be touring Italy and North America: COLD MEAT INDUSTRY MEETING 4 Top industrial Swedish bands from CMI http://www.coldmeat.se BRIGHTER … Continue reading
An article discusss the Ayler box in some detail as well as providing some info on his history and what his family is currently up to.
Though they don’t seem to keep their calendar up to date, 3030 in Chicago offers a number of interesting shows each month: UPCOMING IMPROV SHOWS @ 3030 OCTOBER 7TH -Charlie Kohlhase Quartet (BOSTON) Charlie Kohlhase-saxophones, Matt Langley-saxophones Jason Roebke-bass, Ted … Continue reading
Pop on over to the Squid’s Ear for a few reviews of new releases: Curtis Fuller Up Jumped Spring (Delmark) Stian Carstensen Backwards Into The Backwoods (Winter & Winter) John J.A. Jannone Music for Dance 2001-2003 (self released) Duanne Thamm … Continue reading
Not much in the way of news as such, just an announcement of a new album being recorded and a UK tour.
Visit Oxford, hear live music, including Spring Heel Jack, Lol Coxhill and the Brodsky Quartet.
Avant Music News would like to have a new Logo to put on the top of its pages? Are you good with graphics? Have some spare time? Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Whomever’s logo is chosen will be thanked and credited … Continue reading
Come hear the latest on Bob, including his latest projects. Sept 2004: Mostly I’ve been working on my new solo album “The Shunned Country”. Now up to 33 minutes…the end is in sight…it’s “interesting” when it takes two or three … Continue reading
Mode is releasing a few new classical CDs in October and November, not to mention a number of recent releases that currently available.
A Czech Drumming Festival is touring across that country. Among others, Pavel Fajt and Chris Cutler are featured.