Monthly Archives: May 2007
From Sonomu: Bass Communication, Loss (Soleilmoon) Steven Wilson fronts the UK rock band Porcupine Tree (whose new album, “Fear of a Blank Planet”, has just been released). He also can boast of having collaborated on the very last work by … Continue reading
From AAJ: 31-May-07 Sun Ra Strange Strings (Atavistic) 31-May-07 Tammen/Harth/Dahlgren/Rosen Expedition — Live At The Knitting Factory (ESP Disk) 30-May-07 James “Blood” Ulmer Bad Blood in the City: The Piety Street Sessions (Hyena Records) 30-May-07 Samo Salamon Government Cheese (Fresh … Continue reading
Third and final post on Cuneiform happenings. Shawn Persinger (Boud Deun): Shawn Persinger is Prester John (of Boud Deun) is currently on a 4 month World Tour. Stops have been made in Turkey, Cyprus, Egypt and India. Still to come … Continue reading
More from Cuneiform. Guapo: The new Guapo album “ELIXIRS” is complete and will be released on Neurot Recordings late 2007/early 2008 Miasma and The Carousel of Headless Horses new CD EP “MANFAUNA” is out very soon on the Southern Records … Continue reading
Our friends at Cuneiform has sent us a long list of happenings with artists on their label. This is the first part. Birdsongs of the Mesozoic: Notes from the Mesozoic (May 2007) PERFORMANCES Birdsongs will give a special private performance … Continue reading
From Musique Machine: Diskrepant – Into Sleep Into Sleepâ€™s title is very apt title as youâ€™re lowered into a subtle electronic/noise sound world that seems to exists between realities of dreamscapes and real life. Sound elements and half heard melodies … Continue reading
From Bagatellen: Tarab – Wind keeps even dust away – 29 May 07 Tim Catlin – Radio Ghosts – 29 May 07
Marc Cuban blogs on the future of the music business, and as you might suspect, exhibits an insightful yet controversial set of opinions regarding PC-based listening.
From the Bohemian National Home: Saturday, May 26th: Faruq Z Bey/Michael Carey/Joel Peterson, Major Dents A rare trio performance by leading Detroit improvisers. Saxophonist Faruq Z. Bey’s work in Griot Galaxy is stuff of legend; today, his many musical projects … Continue reading
A recent Chicago performance of Taborn’s trio is reviewed.