Monthly Archives: July 2003
Epitonic is a site with news, information, downloads and more, with a focus on edgey music. Take a look at the sections on Jazz, Experimental, and 20th Centiry Composers.
Yet another classic label wiith a great site, check out Leo Records. What is especially cool about these guys is that you can download some OOP CDs for a very reasonable charge in either OGG or FLAC formats. Payment is … Continue reading
A couple of sites are available that post MP3s of artists covered by The Wire. Check them out at: The Unofficial Wire Audio Companion Swen’s Weblog
Spalax doesn’t seem to have a web site so this was gleaned from the Forced Exposure list. RABBATH, FRANCOIS: New Sound of Jazz and first LP CD (SPA 14607). “This CD includes two former LPs, one produced by Moshe Naïm … Continue reading
Sequenza 21 is an on line modern classical news magazine. It seems to be based on links to interesting articles found elsewhere as well as its own content. Certain pieces of that content, including articles on Henze, Turnage, electronic music, … Continue reading
From Thirsty Ear: “Tim Berne’s Science Friction Band Live- The Sublime And The Sublime And is a massive double-disc set documenting an electrified performance from Tim Berne’s Science Friction Band, recorded live in Switzerland in the spring of 2003. The … Continue reading
The Ethnic Heritage Ensemble might appeal to anyone who enjoys that other Chicago outfit, the Art Ensemble Of. They don’t seem to have an official site, but this one comes close.