Source: New York’s Cornelia Street Cafe.
Thursday, Dec 03 – 10:00PM
ANDRÉ MATOS 4TET
André Matos, guitar; Tony Malaby, tenor sax; Masa Kamaguchi, bass; Billy Mintz, drums
Saturday, Dec 05 – 9:00PM & 10:30PM
TONY MALABY’S TAMARINDO
Tony Malaby, tenor sax; Michael Formanek, bass; Nasheet Waits, drums
Sunday, Dec 06 – 6:00PM
ENTERTAINING SCIENCE: 65 MILLION YEARS OF BIRD EVOLUTION DON’T LIE
Roald Hoffman, Dave Solider, hosts
Joel Cracraft, curator, Museum of Natural History; Karen Waltuch, viola; Ezekiel Healy, resonator guitar.
Friday, Dec 11 – 9:00PM & 10:30PM
MARK HELIAS-QUARTET MUSIC
Mark Helias, bass; Quinsin Nachoff, tenor saxophone; Kirk Knuffke, cornet; Dan Weiss, drums
Sunday, Dec 20 – 8:30PM
SOPRANO SAXOPHONE COLOSSUS
Michel Doneda, soprano sax; Sam Newsome, soprano sax; Dave Liebman, soprano sax; Tatsuya Nakatani, percussion
Sunday, Dec 27 – 8:30PM
ERI YAMAMOTO TRIO
Eri Yamamoto, piano; David Ambrosio, bass; Ikuo Takeuchi, drums
Wednesday, Dec 30 – 8:30PM
TOM RAINEY TRIO
Mary Halvorson, guitar; Ingrid Laubrock, tenor saxophone; Tom Rainey, drums
Nearly 50 years ago, two men changed the future. Working completely independently of one another, inventors Robert Moog and Don Buchla each released a new instrument called the analog synthesizer. Today, its sleek, modern synthesized sounds are everywhere in popular music, and even as technology progresses, many listeners remain drawn to the anomalous and unique sounds that these seemingly outdated analog synthesizers are capable of creating. Everyone from Taylor Swift to Tame Impala has based hits around them, and the analog synthesizer has even gained a foothold in the heavy music sphere.
Source: Igloo Magazine.
Stephan Mathieu :: Nachtstücke (Schwebung)
A WINTER TRANSMISSION :: Bersarin Quartett, Saffronkeira, Subheim
Markus Guentner :: Theia (A Strangely Isolated Place)
Kangding Ray :: Cory Arcane (Raster-Noton)
Sound Awakener & Linear Bells :: Belonging to the Infinity (Soft)
Source: Something Else!
Louis Minus XVI – Kindergarten (2015)
Ivo Perelman, Mat Maneri + Tanya Kalmanovitch – Villa Lobos Suite (2015)
Ivo Perelman and Matthew Shipp – Complementary Colors (2015)
Will Mason Ensemble – Beams of the Huge Night (2015)
White Out with Nels Cline – Accidental Sky (2015)
Sopko Laswell Pridgen – Sopko Laswell Pridgen (2015)
Jon Irabagon – Inaction Is An Action (2015)
Mary Halvorson – Meltframe (2015)
Mike Pride – Listening Party (2015)
Newsbits: Brain Waves to Music / Eno’s Discreet Music / Swimming in Bengal and Chaos Echoes Releases
Ashes for Gwynn is a 50 minute live improv recording from the Swimming in Bengal outfit. It falls somewhere between jazz and Indian classical music.
Chaos Echoes’ Transient is a new release out soon from Utech Records. It is an complex, experimental metal-oriented recording.