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Monthly Archives: January 2005
A review of the newly remastered version is available. About these ads
A recent pre-concert discussion with John Zorn resulted in a series of explicit remarks in a venue that is usually more highbrow.
Crumb is visiting Wichita State University, where some of his pieces are being performed.
Shows that are scheduled for NYC’s Roulette include Joe McPhee, Ned Rothenberg, and Oliver Lake.
The Cardiacs are everyone’s favorite avant-punk band (well, almost everyone’s…). Their site features news, release information, tour dates (currently all in the past unfortunately) and more.
An article focuses on the history and recent doings of Kronos.
New York’s Knitting Factory is putting on a number of worthwhile shows over the next few weeks. Wed, Feb 02 7:30 PM $15.00 Kahil El Zabar / Billy Bang Duo Wed, Feb 09 8:00 PM $20.00 Henry Threadgill’s ZOOID Wed, … Continue reading
Eremite Records is a label focusing on reissuing older out of print recordings, such as those from Peter Brotzmann’s Bro label, as well as many other free-jazz offerings.
Here’s an interesting idea. Install a plug-in to your favorite audio player, have it automatically track what you listen to. Then you can look on line and see what’s in your rotation, and receive recommendations.
Norman Lebrecht writes of Karl Amadeus Hartmann, giving and overview of the composers works in relation to Hartmann’s resistance of Nazism.