Monthly Archives: May 2010

June in Buffalo


June in Buffalo gives you a reason to head to Buffalo NY this week. Presented by the Department of Music and The Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music, June in Buffalo, a festival and conference dedicated to … Continue reading

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All About Jazz Reviews


David S. Ware via last.fm From AllAboutJazz.com: Nicole Mitchell’s Sonic Projections Emerald Hills (Rogueart Records) Reviewed by Lyn Horton Bushman’s Revenge Jitterbug (Rune Grammofon) Reviewed by John Kelman Keefe Jackson Keefe Jackson and Aram Shelton: Seeing You See and Two … Continue reading

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Umbrella Music Through June 13


From Chicago’s Umbrella Music: Wednesday, 2 June 2010 The Hideout 10:00PM | Leimgruber/Hug/Lonberg-Holm/Demierre/Mallozzi Urs Leimgruber – reeds Charlotte Hug – viola Fred Lonberg-Holm – cello Jacques Demierre – piano Lou Mallozzi – turntables two sets $10 cover PLUS | DJ … Continue reading

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Newsbits


The upcoming Vision Festival is previewed. The New York Times reviews a new recording of Steve Lacy‘s final solo concert. The Rempis / Rosaly duo will be playing Madison, Wisconsin this week. Open Ears Music has a free download of … Continue reading

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Coming to RUCMA


Cover of Interstellar Space From NY’s RUCMA series : This Week May 31: Evolving Voice & Music’s 2d Annual Tribute to John Coltrane‘s Interstellar Space! Four Sax & Drums Duos! 7PM – Satoshi Takeishi & Michael Attias Michael Attias – … Continue reading

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Free Jazz Blog Reviews


From Free Jazz: SATURDAY, MAY 29, 2010 Jesse Stacken – Magnolia (Fresh Sound New Talent, 2010) ***½ John Hébert Trio – Spiritual Lovers (Clean Feed, 2010) ***½ Bernardo Sassetti Trio – Motion (Clean Feed, 2010) ***½ Sophia Domancich & Raphaël … Continue reading

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Sonomu Reviews


From Sonomu: Alio Die & Martina Galvagni, Eleusian Lullaby (Projekt) The weightless drift of ambient music has always been a natural setting for an ethereal, wordless vocalist. Make that ”female vocalist”. For ambient is somehow a most feminine genre. Two … Continue reading

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