Boring Machines New and Upcoming Releases

A few new albums from Boring Machines:

La Piramide di Sangue – Sette LP
LA PIRAMIDE DI SANGUE (The bloody pyramid) – is a seven musician ensemble from Torino, Italy. The sound of the band is built on two guitars, two basses, one clarinet, one synth, several effects, drums and percussions. There’s a rich history in psychedelic music, and we all know it. The best trip is always the one yet to be embarked upon. And each trip is different from the one before. You can’t jump into the same lysergic river twice. Don’t even try. Instead, prepare to be washed away by the sonic waves of Sette – a sunbaked stoner trip for both the funky freshman and the psychedelic veteran.
The latter may find traces of Santana’s Caravanserai or Embryo’s Reise when listening – as well as some strong Spiritual Jazz vibes, resembling the Phill Musra Group and the likes. It’s all there and much more.

Maurizio Abate – A Way to Nowhere LP ( released May 16th )
Another co-production, this time with Black Sweat Records, with whom we already shared the Eternal Zio album. Maurizio Abate is a self taught guitarist active since the early 2000s, with an instinctive approach to experimentation. He is always looking for new forms of expression, to mould a personal shape to the blues and to psychedelic matter, mainly driven by a particular fascination for stringed instruments. He has an impressive activity both live and in the studio, alone or as a part of many different projects.

Adriano Zanni – Red Desert Chronicles (Postcards from Ravenna)
This will be our first non musical release, even if this images are so loud you can hear the sound through them. Red Desert Chronicles is a collection of pictures taken by Adriano Zanni aka Punck. Punck released a record titled Piallassa (Red Desert Chronicles) on Boring Machines in 2008, with field recordings and sounds taken from the same area he was born in 1964, same place same year when Michelangelo Antonioni shot his famous movie Red Desert. The collection of pictures is the ideal continuation of Adriano’s wandering around his birthplace.

Dream Weapon Ritual
Simon Balestrazzi is a key figure of italian underground since the early ’80s when he founded T.A.C. (Tomografia Assiale Computerizzata). Since then he has pioneered many different styles from post-industrial noises to electronic soundscapes. His duo with actress/vocalist Monica Serra incorporates electronic and industrial elements, mixed with drones and futuristic folk music. The result is something which tries to defy categorisation, with a dreamy and visionary aspect.

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Utech Records Upcoming Releases

Daniel Menche

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From Utech Records:

Kevin Gan Yuen “The Emerald” Limited edition 8″ lathe cut. URX promo + D/L
Arcn Templ “Live in Portland” Live recording with bonus remix by Daniel Menche. D/L

Terence Hannum “Via Negativa” LP + D/L
Locrian “The Crystal World” 2xCS Limited Edition
Mats Gustafsson “Deeds” Limited edition 7″ lathe cut. URX promo + D/L

Lasse Marhaug/Runhild Gammelsaeter LP + D/L
Jon Mueller Limited edition lathe cut. URX promo + D/L

Spring Releases From Edgetone Records

Rent Romus

Rent Romus (Photo credit: michaelz1)

Coming out on Edgetone Records:

Rent Romus Lords of Outland – The Proceedings of Dr. Ké
The Lords of Outland celebrate 20 years of music with the release of The Proceedings of Dr. Ké is inspired by the essays and fiction of experimental psychologist Dr. Charles Poncé on what he termed “Blade Runner Psychology”, as well as the mythical figure in Dr. Poncé’s fiction known as Dr. Ké.
Philip Everett – drums/electronic autoharp Collette McCaslin – trumpet, electronics Ray Schaeffer – electric bass Rent Romus – alto, soprano saxophone Joshua Marshall – tenor saxophone Hasan Abdur-Razzaq – tenor saxophone L.A. Jenkins – electric guitar

Keith Kelly – The People Who Left
The People Who Leftis a snap shot. A series of relationships captured in real time. Any record is a record from the past. Any moment captured is one set adrift, ready to take harbor at some future point. Any music is music referencing some other time, some other place, some other version of self.
Keith Kelly – soprano, tenor saxophones, bass clarinet, flute Ari Chersky – guitar Shaun Lowecki – drums Doug Stuart – upright bass

The Equity & Social Justice Quartet, The Whisper of Flowers
The Equity and Social Justice Quartet, a new jazz group formed by San Francisco Bay Area bassist and educator Markus Hunt. The title of the album was taken from a quote from bassist William Parker: “It is not about jazz, it is about sound as revealed through the mysteries of life. About those who have said yes to the whisper of a flower and the shout of a blue hurricane.”
Markus Hunt – doublebass David Boyce – tenor saxophone Henry Hung – trumpet Timothy Orr – drums

Nashville Electric
Nashville is a town of musicians of all stripes and many talents, some of whom simply go where the music takes them, stubbornly rejecting the notion they must belong to a single genre. One fine spring day in 2013 this led four well known musicians and one budding noisemaker, all fierce proponents of improv, to assemble at the home of producer Ed Pettersen to record this debut album.
Tracy Silverman – electric six string violin, effects Ryan Norris – keyboards Dylan Simon – keyboards, effects Thollem McDonas – keyboard Ed Pettersen – guitar, effects, percussion

Edgetone artists also have the following upcoming tour dates:

Sunday April 27 – Rent Romus’ Lords of Outland
The Proceedings of Dr. Ke CD Release & 20 year Anniversary Celebration @ Outsound SIMM Series, Musicians Union Hall, 116 9th Street S.F. CA
7:30pm $10/$8 sliding – Dave Mihaly, Bill Noertker, Philip Everett, Ray Scheaffer, Joshua Marshall, Collette McCaslin, Joshua Allen, Darren Johnston, and Jim Ryan

Thursday May 1 – Rent Romus’ Lords of Outland
The Proceedings of Dr. Ke CD Release @ FutureWang Series Shine Cafe 1400 E. Street Sacramento, CA
8pm $5 – also performing Chickading

Monday May 5- Rent Romus’ Lords of Outland
The Proceedings of Dr. Ke CD Release @ Makeout Monday @ The Makeout Room 3225 22nd Street @ Mission S.F., CA
8pm $5 – also performing Ross Hammond’s Little Bluebird, Reconnaissance Fly

Sunday May 18- Equity & Social Justice Quartet
The Whisper of Flowers CD Release @ Outsound SIMM Series, Musicians Union Hall, 116 9th Street S.F. CA
7:30pm $10/$8 sliding – also performing Revenant Quartet

DMG Newsletter April 18th, 2014

English: Matana Roberts @ ATP Curated by The D...

English: Matana Roberts @ ATP Curated by The Dirty Three (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From DMG:

Creative Music Studio 3 CD Set: Charles Brackeen/Ed Blackwell/David Izenzon/Fred Rzewski/Ursula Oppens/Leroy Jenkins/Roscoe Mitchell/Oliver Lake..! Barry Guy New Orchestra! Trevor Watts/Veryan Weston DVD! Medeski/Martin/Wood+Nels Cline! Jon Irabagon Trio! Eric Revis/Darious Jones/Bill McHenry Qt!

Dave Binney/Craig Taborn! Lawnmower: Jim Hobbs/Luther Gray! Rodrigo Amado Wire QT! Sei Miguel Salvation! David Karakauer Plays Olivier Messiaen! Doug Weiselman Solo! Chicago Underground Duo! Robert Marcel Lepage Clarinet Sextet! Kate Soper//Wet Ink Ensemble! Three from Patrick Breiner! A Dozen Plus Discs from Criss Cross! And Even More!

Wayne Horvitz/Zony Mash + Horns Live! Rieflin/Fripp: Slow Music! Bobby Avey/Ben Monder! Tony Levin Stickmen! Ich Bin N!ntendo! Jon Voirol! Gustafsson/Thing 7″!

Dave Douglas Riverside Quartet! Matana Roberts Coin Coin Chapter Two! David Krakauer‘s Big Picture! Ross Hammond /Vinny Golia/Catherine Sikora! Ayman Fanous/Jason Kao Hwang! Made to Break: Vandermark/Kurzmann/Hoff/ Daisy!

Rudy Royston/Jon Irabagon! Mike Baggetta Quartet! Kartet with Benoit Delbecq! Jaap Blonk/Sandy Ewen/Damon Smith/Chris Cogburn! Prism Sax Quartet & More from Innova! Musica Elettronica Viva! Walter Marchetti! Jac Berrocal! Bernard Parmegiani! Luc Ferrari!


The DMG Free Weekly In-Store Performance Series Continues With:

Sunday, April 27th Double-Header:

Sunday May 11th:

Sunday, May 25th:
6pm: NU DUO: CHERYL PYLE & BERN NIX – Flute & Guitar!

Keir Neuringer Album Release and Tour

coverCeremonies Out of the Air, a new solo sax recording from Keir Neuringer (reviewed here) will be released this week on New Atlantis Records.

Keir will also be touring for the next couple of months:

4/22 NEW HAVEN: Never Ending Books w/ Matlock/Cretella duo
4/23 MONTREAL: La Vitrola w/ Clarinet Panic
4/24 OTTAWA: Gallery 101 w/ Clarinet Panic
4/25 KINGSTON: The Artel w/ Clarinet Panic
4/25 GUELPH: Silence
4/27 TORONTO: Oz Studios w/ CCMC, Clarinet Panic
4/28 BUFFALO: Hallwalls w/ Kevin Caine
4/30 ITHACA: Angry Mom Records
5/01 ALBANY: Upstate Artists Guild
5/04 PHILADELPHIA: Rotunda w/ Devin Hoff

William Parker (bass), Muhammad Ali (drums), & chamber ensemble
PHILADELPHIA: First Unitarian Church
5/11 w/ Odean Pope (tenor sax)
5/12 w/ Marshall Allen (alto sax)
5/13 w/ Dave Burrell (piano)
5/14 w/ Bobby Zankel (alto sax)

5/15 DETROIT: Trinosophes
5/16 KALAMAZOO: Corner Record Shop tbc
5/17 DUBUQUE: Monk’s
5/18 IOWA CITY: Public Space One
5/19 CHICAGO tbc
5/20 COLUMBIA MO: houseshow
5/21 ST LOUIS: Cafe Ventana
5/22 LAFAYETTE IN: Black Sparrow tbc
5/23 BLOOMINGTON IN: houseshow
5/25 CLEVELAND: Guide to Kulchur

New Releases: Rosalind Hall / After the Rain / John Coltrane / Steve Swell

John Coltrane

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Rosalind Hall’s Carriage of the Voice is now out from Avantwhatever.

After the Rain’s The Night Must Fall is the inaugural release from Bang the Bore.

Resonance Records is releasing a newly-discovered John Coltrane recording featuring Alice Coltrane, Pharoah Sanders, Rashied Ali, Sonny

Schemata and Heuristics for Clarinets, by NYC based composer and trombonist Steve Swell, is coming out on Relay Records. It features clarinet work of: Ned Rothenberg, Guillermo Gregorio, Miguel Malla and Zara Acosta-Chen.

DMG Newsletter March 30th, 2014

Graham Collier

Cover of Graham Collier

From DMG:

Steve Lacy Avignon Solo 2! Iskra 1903: Paul Rutherford/Barry Guy/Philipp Wachsmann! Nigel Coombes & Steve Beresford! John Carter & Bobby Bradford! Made to Break: Ken Vandermark/Christof Kurzmann/Devin Hoff/Tim Daisy!

Graham Collier‘s Luminosity! Dan Weiss Fourteen! Jabok Bro/Bill Frisell/Lee Konitz! The Dream: Daniel Carter/William Parker/Federico Ughi! The Moon! Jon Catler’s Fretless Brothers! Joel Harrison & Anupam Shobhakar! Jeff Lederer!

Matt Henderson/Marco Minneman/Tony Levin/Trey Gunn/Pat Mastelotto! Jason Roebke Octet! Howard Riley Solo! Paal Nilsson-Love Large Unit! Joe Chonto/Dave Tamura Sonic Urgency + Sabir Mateen! David ‘Knife’ Fabris/Ran Blake! Markus Schmikler & Julian Rohrhuber! Martin Philladephy’s Missing Dog Head Trio!

Kresten Osgood & Og Hvad Er Klokkens! Archie Shepp/Bill Dixon Quartet! Even More from Bob ‘Rakalam’ Moses! The Return of Tackhead! Coil & Nine Inch Nails! Yoshi Wada! Horacee Arnold! Arthur Russell! Ensemble Dissonanzen with Marco Cappelli!

Jason Lescalleet! Group A! Stefan Jaworzyn! John Cage Early Electronic & Tape Music! Luc Ferrari! Henri Poussuer! Max Neuhaus! Charlemagne Palestine! Morton Subotnick! Alvin Batiste/Ellis Marsalis/Ed Blackwell rarity! Bill Laswell Vs. Submerged LP! Scanner! Tony Allen & Afro Messengers!


The DMG Free Weekly In-Store Performance Series Continues With:

Sunday, April 6th Double-Header:
6pm: LISA MEZZACAPPA & DARIUS JONES – Contrabass & Alto Sax!
7pm: ROSS HAMMOND & KEN FILIANO – Guitar & Acoustic Bass!

Sunday, April 13th Double-Header:
7pm: MYSTERY GUEST SAXIST from Europe will play Solo Tenor Sax!

Sunday, April 20th Double-Header:

Sunday, April 27th Double-Header: