Monthly Archives: July 2005
A club that has been a long-time supporter of experimental music is once again running low on money. About these ads
Roulette is offering DVD and VHS copies of its performances. Some of these are boadcast on a New York based TV station, but for the rest of us the is unique chance to see these live performances.
New releases form Eremite red anderson/hamid drake/william parker blue winter sunny murray perles noires volume II sunny murray perles noires volume I peter brÃ¶tzmann & han bennink still quite popular after all these years
Matchless has released some new material: mrcd61 ‘APOGEE’ a double CD featuring two of the improvising ensembles that emerged during the 1960s: Musica Elettronica Viva (MEV) and AMM. The first CD is a studio recording in a joint session in … Continue reading
Something the world would be a much worse place without: a comprehensive (though still under construction) Frank Zappa site.
A few items that have come our way: Sachimay Interventions continues their line of low-cost CDRs with a few new releases, Sara Ayers has released a new album, and Japanese experimental group Na have moved to New York and are … Continue reading
The Village Voice as a really nice overview of modern independent jazz labels.
AACM member, sax player Vandy Harris dies at 63.
Another review of Braxton’s latest effort is available.
The latest release form the trio Fieldwork is reviewed.