Monthly Archives: July 2005
A club that has been a long-time supporter of experimental music is once again running low on money.
Roulette is offering DVD and VHS copies of its performances. Some of these are boadcast on a New York based TV station, but for the rest of us the is unique chance to see these live performances.
New releases form Eremite red anderson/hamid drake/william parker blue winter sunny murray perles noires volume II sunny murray perles noires volume I peter brÃ¶tzmann & han bennink still quite popular after all these years
Matchless has released some new material: mrcd61 ‘APOGEE’ a double CD featuring two of the improvising ensembles that emerged during the 1960s: Musica Elettronica Viva (MEV) and AMM. The first CD is a studio recording in a joint session in … Continue reading
Something the world would be a much worse place without: a comprehensive (though still under construction) Frank Zappa site.
A few items that have come our way: Sachimay Interventions continues their line of low-cost CDRs with a few new releases, Sara Ayers has released a new album, and Japanese experimental group Na have moved to New York and are … Continue reading
The Village Voice as a really nice overview of modern independent jazz labels.