Gapplegate Music Reviews

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From Gapplegate:

Bobun, Suite pour machines a meche, Frantz Loriot & Hughes Vincent
The Rempis Percussion Quartet, Cash and Carry
Ludovico Einaudi, Taranta Project
Rich Halley 4, Creating Structure

All About Jazz Reviews

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avant-garde pianist Matthew Shipp

From All About Jazz:

Satoko Fujii Tobira
Yamiyo Ni Karasu (Libra Records)

Matthew Shipp & Mat Walerian Duo/The Uppercut
Live At Okuden (ESP Disk)

Wayne Horvitz
Some Places Are Forever Afternoon (11 Places For Richard Hugo) (Songlines Recordings)

Phish Extended Analysis
Phish: Amsterdam (Jemp Records)

Mario Pavone
Blue Dialect (Clean Feed Records)

Rich Halley 4
Creating Structure (Pine Eagle Records)

ATTN:Magazine Reviews

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English: Phil Minton Français : Phil Minton

From ATTN:Magazine:

Phil Minton – a Doughnut’s End
B O L T – ( 0 3 )
AU79 – Opiłki I Makrostruktury
Western Skies Motel – Prism

A Closer Listen Reviews

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From A Closer Listen:

Olan Mill ~ Cavade Morlem
Tambour ~ Chapitre I
Gilles Gobeil ~ Les lointains
Georges Forget ~ Le dernier présent
Åke Parmerud ~ Growl
Nicolas Perret & Silvia Ploner ~ Nýey
Flying Hórses ~ Tölt
Naviar Records ~ Naviar Series 006

Delusion of the Fury in New York Reviewed

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Harry Partch (c. 1969), from the cover of The ...

From The New York Times:

Unfortunately, “Delusion of the Fury,” the unclassifiable music-theater work from the late 1960s by the American maverick composer Harry Partch, was scheduled for just two performances on successive nights. The fantastical, daffy yet affecting production, created by the composer and director Heiner Goebbels for the Ruhrtriennale in Germany in 2013, opened on Thursday at New York City Center. Regardless of the financial and logistical restraints, I bet “Delusion of the Fury” could have drawn solid audiences for a week. At the end of the performance, the audience brought the impressive musicians of the Ensemble Musikfabrik, who doubled as actors and singers in this 75-minute work, back onstage several times during a rousing ovation.

DMG Newsletter July 24th, 2015

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From DMG:

John Zorn/Forro Zinho! Bret Higgins’ Atlas Revolt! Peter Brotzmann/Fred Van Hove/Han Bennink 1971! Steve Lacy & Steve Potts 1979! New from ForTune: Charles Gayle Trio! Trevor Watts & Veryan Weston! Ed Cherry Special Trio!

Malerai/Uchihashi/Maya R! Marco Eneidi Screamin’ 4! Yells at Eels! Susan Alcorn & LaDonna Smith! Brooklyn Primal: Bill McHenry/Jerome Harris/Nicole Kampgen/Ed Schuller/Pete Davenport! 2 from Mara Rosenbloom/Darius Jones Qt!

Plus Archival Discs from: Frank Zappa & the Mothers! Horace Silver & Woody Shaw! Weather Report 1980! Larry Coryell & 11th House! Waylon Jennings! Joe Ely! Dolly Parton! Karen Dalton! King Tubby! Bunny Lee! Scientist & Mad Professor! The Congos! King Jammy! Sun Ra Arkestra & Another Large LP Section!


The DMG FREE Weekly In-Store Concert Series Continues With:

Sunday, July 26th:

Sunday, August 9th – Tuba Double-Header:
6pm: CARL LUDWIG HUBSCH – Solo Tuba!
7pm: BEN STAPP – Solo Tuba!

Sunday, August 16th Early Double-Header:
5pm: LEAP OF FAITH: PEK-clarinets, saxes, double reeds/GLYNIS LOMON-cello, aquasonic/STEVE NORTON-clarinets, saxes/YURI ZBITNOV-drums!

Dusted in Exile Reviews

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English: Bobby Bradford, moers festival 2008

From dusted in exile:

Myra Melford — Snowy Egret (Enja)
Stephen Haynes – Pomegranate (New Atlantis)
Renaldo and the Loaf — Arabic Yodeling/Grain by Grain for Accuracy (Klang Galerie)
Bobby Bradford & John Carter Quintet – No U Turn (Dark Tree)
The Rempis Percussion Quartet — Cash And Carry (Aerophonic)