Arne Deforce (Photo credit: Z33 art centre, Hasselt)
New offerings from Editions Mego:
Edvard Graham Lewis: all over
Various Artists: Traces Three
Goodiepal: Morendo Morendo – My Paris Is Called Colchester
Thought Broadcast: Votive Zero
Angel: Terra Null.
Russell Haswell &Amp; Pain Jerk: Electroacoustic Sludge Dither Transformation [...]
Arne Deforce &Amp; Mika Vainio: Hephaestus
Philipp Quehenberger: Content
Cover of John Tilbury
pfMentum has yet another release out, this one is Maxine and the Astromusicologist from Palmer Square.
Christian Vander‘s Offering has a new DVD / CD set out.
Jazz Right Now reviews Max Johnson’s The Prisoner.
Fataka has released A Field Perpetually at the Edge of Disorder, featuring John Edwards, Mark Sanders, and John Tilbury.
Joseph Nechvatal provides a review of a new book, Against Ambiance. The book criticizes “an epidemic of anti-conceptual ambient sound and light exhibitions in New York City.”
Here is where I post, at a frequency of about once a week, a list of the new music that has caught my attention that week. All of the releases listed below I’ve heard for the first time this week and come recommended.
Cuong Vu / Richard Karpen – Indigo Mist (2014)
Sam Boshnack Quintet – Exploding Syndrome (2014)
Peter Van Zandt Lane – HackPolitik (2014)
Philip Blackburn – Music of Shadows (2014)
William Parker (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The William Parker Sessionography is a 482 page book by Rick Lopez chronicling the musical career of William Parker. The first printing was recently released at the 19th Annual Vision Festival in NYC.
Cover of Paal Nilssen-Love
The jvtlandt label has released a new recording from Otomo Yoshihide and Paal Nilssen-Love.
pfMentum’s newest offering is Saturn’s Rival, featuring Maxwell Gualtieri on guitar, Susan Allen on harp, Richard Valitutto on piano, Ryan Parrish on winds, and Anjilla Piazza on percussion.
Australia’s Avantwhatever has schedule a June 29th concert featuring Jessica Wilkinson & Simon Charles with Jenny Barnes and Carmen Chan at The Alderman, 134 Lygon St., Brunswick
Burning Ambulance reviews Traces Three, a new Editions Mego release feauturing lesser-known GRM composers.
Steve Lehman‘s Mise en Abîme is reviewed by the Guardian.
Bang the Bore features three solo sets from saxophonist Tony Bevan, and electronicists Kostis Kilymis and Daniel Bennett on June 20 in Bristol, UK.
An article discusses Lee Hyla’s relationship with SICPP.
More on Lee Hyla.
On Sunday, June 15th, 2014 Rob Mazurek will perform a solo set at the Timucua White House, 2000 S. Summerlin St., Orlando, 7:30 pm.
Photos from FIMAV 2014 are available.
Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood will release their latest recording, Juice, on September 16. A sample is up for streaming.
pfMentum has a new release out, Here & Here & Here, featuring Michael Vlatkovich on trombone / percussion, Anna Homler on vocal / percussion, Jeff Kaiser on trumpet / flugelhorn, Scott Walton on acoustic bass, and Rich West on drums / percussion.