More photos of Ahvak from Le Triton are available.
Archive for June, 2005
latest tour info from MBM:
Meat Beat in the Land of the Rising Sun
Meat Beat Manifesto make their first trip to Japan in years for the following two dates:
FRI JUL 22 Tokyo, JP – Unit
SAT JUL 23 Osaak, JP – Noon
Meat Beat are also looking into shows in Australia or New Zealand to coincide with this trip. Stay tuned!!!
Unfortunately, this means the second leg US tour (South/West) plans have been pushed back to August or September with European dates hopefully the fall. All will be posted here when they’re officialized.
Some new efforts comin soon from Utech Records:
Leslie Keffer “Represents”  Analog electronics from Ohio.
Lotte Anker “Six Row Barley”  Electro/Acoustic improv from Denmark.
Still in the works for July/August:
Henrik Rylander Â³Possible Risk for Pulpal ReactionsÂ² 
Sepia Trio Â³CleftÂ² 
Audiotrope Â³Feedback for the NationÂ² 
Jazkamer Â³Ninguna DiversiÃ³nÂ² 
A relatively new Zorn trio will play the Isle of Malta’s jazz festival this summer.
A few random things that found their way into the AMN inbox:
Innovative sound-sculptor Basil Kirchin has passed away. Jazzman Graham Collier has a detailed site that is worth a peruse or two. Jenny Lin is a talented pianist who will be playing out in New York soon. Speaking of New York, the Bahai Center features jazz performances and the 20-piece ConceptualMotion Orchestra will appear there on August 23rd. And finally, a very cool announcement, that Bridge Records will be reissuing rare Library of Congress recordings for the next 10 years.
Somethin of a unique event, Tune(Out))) Side works as follows:
Installation and live performance featuring sound performers playing into transmitters, rather than amplifiers. There is no amplified sound in the listening space, only ambient crowd noise. Attendees use a radio with headphones to hear the simultanous performances on several frequencies. Also features Video Tune(In))), featuring live performances and a selection of archived free103point9 performances, with audio only available through radio receivers.