Month: August 2008
Jason Kao Hwang lists an upcoming show:
Friday, Sept 5, 8pm
143 Christopher Columbus Drive., 1st floor, Jersey City, NJ
Tel: 201 312 2522
JASON KAO HWANG/ EDGE ( jasonkaohwang.com)
Taylor Ho Byunum – cornet
Andrew Drury – drum set
Ken Filiano – string bass
Jason Kao Hwang – composer, violin/viola
From Crouton Music:
Thursday, September 11
James Plotkin (guitar & electronics) has been making music for over half his life, serving as an integral part of groups including Scorn, Old, Khanate, and Atomsmasher (now Phantomsmasher) . In over 100 releases across a variety of formats he has explored different and sometimes uncharted avenues of sound and composition.
Concert begins at 7:30 pm
Peck School of the Arts Recital Hall
2400 East Kenwood Boulevard
on the UWM campus
$10 general/$7 reduced
Reduced prices are available to students, seniors and UWM alumni, faculty & staff with ID
On sale now!
Call (414) 229-4308
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From Musique Machine:
Procer Veneficus – Saltwater & Glassmoon
Procer Veneficus Ghost Voices was one of my highlights of 2006 with it’s re-birth of black metal in ghostly and ambient tinged form, Saltwater and GlassMoon finds the project striped of guitar and vocals going completly ambient- yet still feeling somehow linked to black metal’s melancholy, hopeless and decayed grandeur side.
Borbetomagus – Sauter,Dietrich,Miller,Doherty
After been rather taken (and fried) by the relatively recent reissue of Live in Allentown Borbetomagus searing live album from 86. I was most egger to hear some more of their noise/jazz/ improv sound mix & This is their debut album from 1980 reissued in 95 and through it’s not as wall like and noisy in its sound as Allentown it’s still very rewarding in its own often searing and atmospheric way.
Norwegian Noise Orchestra – Live At Oyafestivalen
As the projects title suggest this really is an orchestra with in all 22 people involved in the chaos with-in & Through it stays in the noise genre fairly squarely for it’s running time there are improv, electro acoustic & junk band elements at play too.
Sekkutsu Jean & Kawabata Makoto – Self Titled
This three way collaboration is a real manic attack on the sensors, yet it also has great moments of alien beauty too. The album mixers deranged guitar runs, seemingly impossible and space funked bass patterns, complex and battering percussion, and the odd shot of demented vocal atta