Just Outside Reviews

From Just Outside:

Claudio Parodi – Heavy Nichel (Creative Sources)
Thomas Buckner/Claudio Parodi – Taken From A True Story (Extreme)
Open Field + Burton Greene – Flower Stalk (Cipsela)
Whahay – s/t (Babel Label)
Bryan Eubanks – The Bornholmer Suite (Nueni)
Jason Kahn – Thirty Seconds Over (aural detritus)
Ingar Zach/Miguel Angel Tolosa – Loner (Sofa)
Kim Myhr – all your limbs singing (Sofa)
Thomas Tilly – Script Geometry (Aposiopese)
Rie Nakajima – Four Forms (consumer waste)

Vital Weekly 971

From Vital Weekly:

Jaap Blonk – August Ananke (Cd by Kontrans) *
Deep Freeze Mice – Saw a Ranch House Burning Last Night (Cd by Cordelia)
Free Nelson Mandoomjazz – Awakening of a Capital (Cd by Rarenoise)
Spin Marvel – Infolding (Cd by Rarenoise)
Rodach &Amp; Schlothauer &Amp; Weiser – Fuzzylogics (Cd by Timescraper Music) *
Kammerflimmer Kollektief – Desarroi (Cd by Staubgold) *
Baron Oufo – Dar AL-hikma (Cd by Quadrilab) *
Labfield – Bucket of Songs (Cd by Hubro) *
Expo 70 – Frozen Living Elements (Cd by Zoharum) *
Strom Noir – Glaciology (Cd by Zoharum) *
Offthesky – Light Loss (Cd by Dronarivm) *
Stilllife – Yoru No Katarogu (Cd by the Ethnorth Gallery) *
[Rec. Phonophon] 5 Year Archive (2cd Compilation by Phonophon)
Seltene Erden (Cd Compilation by Edition Degem)
Rss Boys – Hddn (2cd by Mik Musik) *
the Woodbine &Amp; Ivy Band – Sleep on Sleeping on (Cd by Static Caravan) *
Free School – Hudson’s Whistle (7″ by Static Caravan)
Mark Vernon – Things That Were Missed in the Clamour for Calm (Cdr by 3leaves) *
A.T.M.O.M. – Andromeda (Cd by Zhelezobeton) *
Ogni Videniy – Sounding Emptiness (Cd by Zhelezobeton) *
Umpio – Opium Electronix Vol. Iv (Cd by Zhelezobeton) *
Rutger Zuydervelt – Sneeuwstorm (Cdr by Glistening Examples) *
Justin Meyers &Amp; Jason Lescalleet – the White Page (Cdr by Glistening Examples) *
Angst Hase Pfeffer Nase – Bidden (Cdr by Glistening Examples) *
Danielle Liebeskind – the Godmachine (Cassette by Oggy Records)
Sweat Tongue – Skene’s Gland (Cassette by Cold Milk)
Oscar Martin &Amp; Anton Mobin – LA Revolution EST En Pleurs (Cassette by Crustaces Tapes)

The Jack and the Calder Quartets Shows Reviewed

From NYTimes.com:

Georg Friedrich Haas’s newest string quartet, his eighth, had its first American performance on Tuesday evening at the Miller Theater at Columbia University. And its second, too. After the Jack Quartet played the work through, Mr. Haas spoke briefly, and then the group performed it again. New music often struggles to get further hearings after a premiere, but by the end of an hourlong concert, this 22-minute piece had begun truly to work its way into a listener’s bloodstream.