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- AMN Reviews: Peter Hammill & Gary Lucas - Otherworld
- John Zorn is Adelaide Festival’s most exclusive ingredient
- AMN Reviews: Rodrigues Laurain Rodrigues Guerrero - Alba [cs248]; Rodrigues Gauguet Guerrero - Early Reflections [cs258]
- Anthony Braxton Kicks Off 69th Birthday Season with Tri-Centric Music Festival
- AMN Interviews: Andrew Drury
Monthly Archives: December 2004
Santa Fe New Music encourages appreciation of new music in kids 18 and under. About these ads
This week’s DMG Newsletter contains the latest issues and reissues.
The Soft Machine Legacy is a reunion of SM alums Hopper, Dean, Marshall and Etheridge. An album is due in the spring and a tour is being booked now.
An article discusses the best jazz events and releases of 2004.
Innova has released a few new CDs: Carei Thomas – Sound Window(s) V: Pinnacle Brief Realities, Poemmetry… Like a Gospel Holy Roller Party, these compositions draw narrative materials from non-linear, fractal-like formations of story and expression, memory and fantasy. SOUND … Continue reading
This review of Ms. Coltrane’s Translinear Light includes some historical details of her life and career.
Braxton has a lot of stuff going on and seems to be the focus of quite a bit of news lately. Jazz Weekly has recently reviewed his 4CD set Six Compositions (GTM) 2001.
Cuneiform is listing the following releases for May 2005: Graham Collier – Workpoints Miriodor – Parade Present – A great Inhuman Adventure Radio Massacre International – Emissaries John Surman – Way Back When Also, material from Hugh Hopper, the Muffins, … Continue reading
Marty Ehrlich is being profiled on WKCR, and he writes the following: I have written a new work for the Sound Vision Orchestra, which is a setting of the poem A TRUMPET IN THE MORNING by fellow St.Louis native Arthur … Continue reading
Mike Heffley has made a few of his academic treatises on Braxton publically available on his site.