Ras Moshe Ensemble in Syracuse

From New Thing Productions:

Thank you to everyone that came to the show last night, as usual, Thinguma*jigSaw put on such a nice intimate show that again made me think about picking up the saw as a musical instrument.

So hot on the feet of this last gig, here is another one for you. Free jazz for your head. Come on out and support live music.

May 30th @ 8pm
Ras Moshe Ensemble featuring Matt Lavelle, David Miller, Tor Yochai Snyder, Shayna Dulberger

Ras Moshe has been playing in various groups throughout New York City for almost twenty years, with William Hooker, Sabir Mateen, Steve Swell, Marc Edwards and others. His style has been compared to post-1965 John Coltrane and Frank Wright, among others. Born and raised in New York, and with a family history rich in the jazz tradition, Ras has uniquely positioned himself to bring the lineage of free jazz into the present day.

http://www.myspace.com/rasmoshe

$5.00 to $10.00 donation

Metropolis Underground
615 S. Main St. (backside of building)
N. Syracuse, NY 13212

http://www.metropolisunderground.wordpress.com

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Upcoming Shows at the IBeam

Coming up at Brooklyn’s IBeam:

IBEAM MUSIC – JUNE CALENDAR
http://www.ibeambrooklyn.com
168 7th street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
F or R train to 4th Ave, G train to Smith & 9th

June 6th @ 9:00 pm – $10
Jacob Garchik Trio

June 12th @ 9:00 pm – $10
The Second Approach Trio (Russia, Moscow) With Special Guest – Roswell Rudd (Trombone)

June 13th @ 9 pm – $10
Jessica Pavone Presents:
Pure Horsehair

June 19th – 21st
Telluric Currents, Series 1, Curated by Jeremiah Cymerman
Featuring some of the very best young talents working within the realms of compositional & improvised music in Brooklyn, NY, the Telluric Currents series will take place every 3 months, for 3 nights, featuring 3 sets per night.

Friday June 19th $10
8p Alex Chechile, 9p Jeremiah Cymerman/Matthew Welch Duo, 10p Harris Eisenstadt Duo

Saturday June 20th $10
8p Woody Sullender Solo, 9p Sam Amidon & Aaron Siegel, 10p Peter Evans Solo

Sunday June 21st $10
8p Sergei Tcherepnin, 9p Doron Sadja , 10p Katherine Young

June 26th – $10
“An Evening of Duos and Solos”
8:00 pm
Roberta Piket – piano
Mark Reboul – alto saxophone
http://www.robertajazz.com
9:00 pm
Loren Stillman / Ryan Ferreira Duo
Loren Stillman – Saxophones
Ryan Ferreira – Guitar

June 27th @ 9 pm – $10
Ohad Talmor and Miles Okazaki
Ohad Talmor – Saxophone
Miles Okazaki – Guitar

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Free Music from Darcy James Argue

If you haven’t heard the new Darcy James Argue release, Infernal Machines, do yourself a favor and grab it. In the mean time a recent live show of theirs is available for free download.

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Jazz on 3 Features Freedom of the City

From the BBC:

Jez Nelson presents highlights of the 2009 Freedom of the City festival. Curated by Evan Parker and Eddie Prevost, the event celebrates London’s status as one of world’s leading centres of free improvisation.

The line-up includes Evan Parker with his regulars – bass player John Edwards and guitarist John Russell – joined by a special guest, New York trumpeter Peter Evans. Plus a rare UK appearance by Korean cellist Okkyung Lee and long-term collaborators Mark Sanders and Pat Thomas, who perform with guitarist John Coxon.

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Musique Machine Reviews

From Musique Machine:

Borbetomagus – Snuff Jazz
Snuff Jazz is another unforgiving, deeply searing and caustic slice of noise/ jazz attack from the inventors and masters of the form Borbetomagus. The disk finds them making some of their most grating, punishing and sonic acid tinged work yet; that’s head boil yet wonderful invigorating too.

John Wiese & C.Spencer Yeh – Cincinnati
Cincinnati finds Wiese & Spencer conjuring up a collection of bizarre, jarring and strange sonic pictures that sit somewhere between improv, noise, freak show junk yard percussiveness & off-centre atmospherics. Quite often the album feels like a soundtrack to a very odd and deranged cartoon or Dali type world were the laws of sanity and logic don’t seem to exist- at times it’s nightmarish and at others sadistically comic .

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