Justice is Compassion in NY, January 24 & 31, February 7 & 14

Source: Arts for Art.

Thursday 1/24
7:30pm Val Jeanty – electronics, percussion
9:00pm William Parker – bass / Patricia Nicholson – dance, text / James Brandon Lewis – tenor sax / Devin Brahja Waldman – alto sax / Jackson Krall – drums

Thursday 1/31
7:30pm Ava Mendoza – guitar / Sarah Bernstein – violin / Adam Lane – bass / Vijay Anderson – drums
9:00pm Ingrid Laubrock – tenor sax / Brandon Lopez – bass / Tom Rainey – drums

Thursday 2/7
7:30pm Sound Escapes
Jeremy Carlstedt – drums / Brian Settles – tenor sax / Anders Nilsson – guitar
9:00pm Marty Ehrlich Trio Exaltation
Marty Ehrlich – sax, clarinet / John Hébert – bass / Nasheet Waits – drums

Thursday 2/14
7:30pm Luke Stewart – bass / Brandon Lopez – bass
9:00pm Tony Malaby Quartet
Tony Malaby – tenor sax / Leo Genovese – electronics / Billy Mintz – drums / William Parker – bass

New and Coming Soon on God Records

Source: God Records.

KAUDERS – In Another Land part II

The second part of the “In Another Land”-trilogy can be considered as the indispensable conceptual antipode to part I. It’s everything that part I is not and vice versa. It’s sculptural and it’s not pursuing the idea of development, but it’s neither static nor repetitive: The mostly short pieces, consisting of heavily treated snippets of recorded (electro-) acoustic instruments are circling around themselves, always aiming to show their core idea to the listener. The thing is the thing is the thing is the thing… just the perspective is changing.

Coming Soon:

KAJKYT – III

THE FLYING LUTTENBACHERS – Shattered Dimension

The Free Jazz Collective Reviews

Source: The Free Jazz Collective.

Eave – Eave (Astral Spirits, 2018) ****

Mike Faloon – The Other Night at Quinn’s: New Adventures In The Sonic Underground (Razorcake / Gorsky Press, 2018) ****½

Rosalind Hall & Judith Hamann – Gossamers (Caduc, 2018) ****

Winter Jazzfest, NYC 2019

Introducing Percussionist Dane Rousay

Shaku Joseph Jarman – Thanks! (September 14, 1937 – January 9, 2019)

In Memoriam: Alvin Fielder and Joseph Jarman

Elliot Galvin and Binker Golding’s Ex Nihillo + a Q&A with Byrd Out Records

Sunjae Lee – Entropy (Self, 2018) ****½

Seattle Scene: January 17-26, 2019

From Seattle’s Wayward Music Series:

WAYWARD MUSIC SERIES

Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center

4th Floor, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, Seattle 98103 (corner N 50th St. in Wallingford)

Every month, Nonsequitur and a community of like-minded presenters and artists offer ten concerts of adventurous music in an informal yet respectful all-ages setting: contemporary classical, free improvisation, the outer limits of jazz, electronic music, microtonal/new instruments, sound art, and other extraordinary sonic experiences.

FHTAGN + Driftwood Orchestra
Thu. Jan. 17, 8 PM; $5 – $15 donation at door

Experimental chamber ensemble FHTAGN has performed as a string orchestra, surround-sound choir, saxophone quartet, and many other formats. Tonight they present two original works for electric guitar ensemble. Driftwood Orchestra is a collective of artists who create improvised music using modified & amplified pieces of driftwood gathered from the Cascade Mountains.

Matt Ingalls + Greg Kelley
Fri. Jan. 18, 8 PM; $5 – $15 donation at door

Matt Ingalls is a composer, clarinetist, concert producer, and computer music programmer based in Oakland. His composerly solo improvisations explore extended clarinet techniques that interact with the acoustic space, often as combination tones. Seattle-based trumpeter Greg Kelley constantly seeks to push the boundaries of the instrument and of “music.”

Sound Ensemble: Local Wonders
Sat. Jan. 19, 7 PM; $20, $15 student/senior

The Sound Ensemble has committed itself to performing new and vibrant music from under-represented composers in all of our programs. As a celebration of this, we present an entire program of music by women of our region: Angelique Poteat’s Morning at the Sound, Kaley Lane Eaton’s Sacred Geometry, Carly Ann Worden’s San Juan Sinfonietta, and a world premiere by our own Sarah Bassingthwaighte.

Fri. 1/25 – Sacramento based free-improv banjoist Mike Marlin returns to team up with Eric Dahlman (cornet/bird calls), Jim Knodle (trumpet), Tari Nelson-Zagar (violin), Keith Eisenbray (piano), Jesse Canterbury (clarinet), Carl Juarez (guitar/acoustical gadgets), Debra Scott (voice)

Sat. 1/26 – Seattle Phonographers Union, improvisation with field recordings

Orenda Records New and Upcoming Releases and Tour Dates

Source: Orenda Records.

Burning Ghosts // American Circus
James Newton // The Manual of Light
Jim Piela // Out of Orbit
Samantha Boshnack’s Seismic Belt // Live in Santa Monica

Upcoming Shows by Orenda Artists:

01/27: Daniel Rosenboom Octet at FONT West, Quartyard, San Diego,
01/30: Daniel Rosenboom & the Orenda Records 5th Anniversary Quintet, Mr Music Head Gallery, LA
02/06: Jim Piela album release show, Rockwood Music Hall, NYC

AMN Reviews: Albert / Day / Kreimer – Mutations [Public Eyesore PE 142]

Mutations is the product of the virtual collaboration of sound artists and instrument builders Bryan Day of San Francisco and Jay Kreimer of Lincoln, Nebraska, and Marco Albert, an Italian-born musician now based on Oaxaca, Mexico. The three played together in Queretaro, Mexico, in 2018 at the Festival Internacional de Improvisación y Música Extrema, where they had the idea of continuing to work together via file sharing. For Mutations, each recorded his part at home; Albert provided the final mix.

The six tracks give evidence of the trio’s fine chemistry and obvious compatibility of approaches to sound, as well as the willingness of each to build an uncluttered audio space in which the others can thrive. Consequently, Day and Kriemer’s invented instruments combine with Albert’s electronics and voice to create richly colored environments telling of unlikely sounds: imaginary objects ricocheting off of mirrors amid electronic glisses bringing news of yesterday’s vision of the future. Albert’s voice grounds several of the pieces as he whispers coded messages against a background of kalimba-like, ad hoc percussion and scraped metal, delivers a lecture on modern art and objectification to an increasingly raucous—skeptical?—Greek chorus of noise, or chants over burbling sounds recalling the reaction of baking soda with hot water.

http://www.publiceyesore.com

http://bryanday.net/

http://jaykreimer.com/

Daniel Barbiero