Monthly Archives: January 2010

Avant-Garde From Eastern Europe, in Unsound Festival


From NYTimes.com: On Thursday Mr. Schulz will open the first Unsound Festival New York, a 10-day series of concerts, film screenings, panel discussions and exhibitions in spaces throughout the city, in the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center. The festival’s … Continue reading

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New on Alien8 Recordings


Aidan Baker via last.fm From Alien8 Recordings: Coming Feb 09, 2010: Blessure Grave: Judged By Twelve, Carried By Six Judged By Twelve, Carried By Six is the debut full-length release by Blessure Grave. Founded as a duo by T. Graves … Continue reading

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New on Utech Records


From Utech Records: Lasse Marhaug > Beauty Without Mercy > Utech Records > URCD042 To mark Utech Records’ five-year anniversary Lasse Marhaug recorded a piece of music titled Beauty Without Mercy. The mad, mad, mad Justin Bartlett illustrated a portrait … Continue reading

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Roulette in March


From New York’s Roulette: Adam Rudolphs Go Organic Orchestra Mon Mar 8, 15, 22, 29 – 8:30 PM Composer Adam Rudolph returns with another series for Go: Organic Orchestra. In concert he will conduct between 20 – 35 musicians in … Continue reading

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Matana Roberts Interview and Profile


Image via Wikipedia All About Jazz speaks on Matana Roberts. John Zorn has invited the Chicagoan alto saxophonist Matana Roberts to curate at The Stone. The most common practice is for a month to be shared by two artists, but … Continue reading

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Musique Machine Reviews


From Musique Machinee: Vomir – Untitled ‘Untitled’ is another fierce, impenetrable & thick slice of HNW making from the French master of the genre Vomir. This CDR offers up one long form slice of crusty & crunching wall making that … Continue reading

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Sonomu Reviews


From Sonomu: Tim Catlin & Machinefabriek, Glisten (Low Point) The extended family of Machinefabriek collaborators continues to grow, as English label Low Point announces Rutger Zuydervelt´s first duet with Australian guitarist Tim Catlin with a bold red cover. In execution, … Continue reading

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