Archive for August, 2009


From DC’s Sonic Circuits:

Thursday September 3
Doors 730pm Music 8pm SHARP
$7
PYRAMID ATLANTIC
8230 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring MD 20910
301.608.9101
located three blocks south of the silver spring metro station (red line)
Free parking in gated lot out front
DIRECTIONS: http://www.pyramidatlanticartcenter.org
INFO: dc-soniccircuits.org
Jeff Carey+Audrey Chen+Raed Yassin+Morten J. Olsen Quartet

American composer JEFF CAREY’S music is a blend of fixed-media composition and electro-instrumentalism — the music of the visceral, ecstatic, and electric moment. His inventions of fluid sound are in an ever changing state: a mobile moves in the wind, changes shape, and is in constant renewal. Listeners are invited to explore an abstract sonic universe and engage in a world inspired by fictional cosmology, code breaking, and mathematical conundrums.

http://jeffcarey.foundation-one.org/

AUDREY CHEN is a Chinese-American musician and performance artist born outside of Chicago in 1976. Using the cello, voice and analog electronics, Chen’s work focuses on the combination and layering of traditional and extended techniques. A large component of her music is improvised and her approach to this is often extremely personal and visceral. Her performance work incorporates sound, movement and visual/sculptural concepts.

http://www.myspace.com/audreychen

RAED YASSIN: Born in Beirut 1979, a video, sound and visual artist, also works as a musician: (double bass, tapes and electronics), and a part-time curator. Graduated from the theatre department in the Lebanese university in Beirut. He works with image, music, text and concept. His work based on themes related to the media, the city, the history of contemporary art, Arabic cinema, pornography, pop culture, disasters, and archives. His work was shown across Europe, the Middle East, the United States, and Japan. Currently he lives and works in Amsterdam.

http://www.myspace.com/raedyassin

MORTEN J. OLSEN is active in the impro./contemporary music scene in Amsterdam. He’s part of the new movement called critical newism, the N collective, and plays with Thomas Dybdal, and in MoHa! with Anders Hana.

http://www.myspace.com/themoha

After a long hiatus Tyler Higgins and Dave Vosh return with their duo SAFE . Using electronics, acoustic instruments, and modular synthesizer, they build slowly evolving complex layers of sound.

http://www.zeromoon.com/?p=154

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From Dusted:

Artist: Squarepusher
Album: Solo Electric Bass 1
Label: Warp
Review date: Aug. 31, 2009

Artist: Nisennenmondai
Album: Destination Tokyo
Label: Smalltown Superjazz
Review date: Aug. 28, 2009

Artist: Jackie-O Motherfucker
Album: Ballads of the Revolution
Label: Fire
Review date: Aug. 27, 2009

Artist: Stephan Mathieu Taylor Deupree
Album: Transcriptions
Label: Spekk
Review date: Aug. 26, 2009

Artist: Mount Eerie
Album: Wind’s Poem
Label: P.W. Elverum & Sun
Review date: Aug. 25, 2009

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Ned Rothenberg at Appleby Jazz Festival 2007
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From New York’s Rise Up Creative Music & Arts:

Start: 08/31/2009 – 7:30pm
End: 08/31/2009 – 10:00pm

MONDAY, AUGUST 31
7:30PM – Rob Brown/Gerald Cleaver: Rob Brown (alto sax), Gerald Cleaver (drums)
9PM – Ned Rothenberg Group: Ned Rothenberg (alto sax, clarinet, bass clarinet, shakuhachi), Ibrahim Maalouf (trumpet), Brahim Fribgane (oud), Stomu Takeishi (percussion)

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From DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET:

August 29, 2009
Eric Revis Quartet, The Jazz Gallery
Jason Moran, Eric Revis, Ken Vandermark, Nasheet Waits

August 26, 2009
Tartar Lamb, Barbes
David Bodie, Tim Byrnes, Toby Driver, Mia Matsumiya

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This year’s John Coltrane Memorial Concert takes place in Boston over two days in September.

The Believer: Concert 1”
with
The John Coltrane Memorial Ensemble:
Carl Atkins, Leonard Brown, Sa Davis,
Mark Harvey, Tim Ingles, John Lockwood,
Bill Lowe, Jason Palmer, Bill Pierce,
George W. Russell Jr., Syd Smart, Stan Strickland,
Alvin Terry & Gary Valente;
with special recognition of
Edmund Barry Gaither
[held on Saturday, September 26, 7:30 pm, at Northeastern University]

and

“The Believer: Concert 2”
with
Stan Strickland, John Lockwood, Laslzo Gardony, & Yoron Israel
along with appearances by
Bill Lowe, Syd Smart, Jason Palmer & Leonard Brown
[held on Sunday, September 27, 3:00 pm, at Hibernian Hall]

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ESP-Disk’ Tour Dates

Posted: August 30, 2009 by Mike in Performances

Tour dates from various ESP-Disk’ artists:

Sun., August 30
Gunter Hampel at Cafe “Hahn”, Koblenz, Germany
Arrington de Dionyso at Visual Arts Collective, Boise, ID

Mon., August 31
Gunter Hampel at 72nd Birthday Concert, Koelnloft, Cologne, Germany

Wed., September 2
Arrington de Dionyso at Art Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT

Thurs., September 3
Arrington de Dionyso at Record Bar, Kansas City, MO

Sat., September 5 & 6
Fred Anderson and Henry Grimes at Velvet Lounge, Chicago, IL

Fri., September 11
Talibam! at Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Linda Kallerdahl at Beches Brew, Nefertiti Goteborg, Sweden
Joe Morris at Outpost 186, Cambridge, MA
Thollem McDonas at Experimental Piano Series, Chicago, IL

Sat., September 12
Talibam! at Dornbirn Festival, Austria

Arrington de Dionyso at Danger Danger Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Sun., September 13
Hungry March Band at Red Hook Jazz Festival, Brooklyn, NY

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New Releases on Leo Records

Posted: August 30, 2009 by Mike in Releases

From Leo:

CD LR 533 : Evelyn Petrova – Living Water

CD LR 534 : Vyacheslav Guyvoronsky – Interventions Into Bach And
Mozart

CD LR 535 : Joelle Leandre and William Parker – Live at Dunois

CD LR 536 : Stefano Luigi Mangia Featuring Gianni Lenoci – Painting On
Wood ( Pittura Su Legno )

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