Monthly Archives: June 2010

Music and More Reviews


From Music and More: MONDAY, JUNE 28, 2010 Bryan and the Haggards – Pretend It’s the End of the World (Hot Cup, 2010) MONDAY, JUNE 21, 2010 Nobu Stowe – Confusion Bleue (Soul Note, 2010)

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Newsbits


Cover of Somnium Robert Rich has an iPhone app that plays pieces of his Somnium recordings. DC’s Sonic Circuits has a Kickstarter project looking for donations to support their upcoming festival. NPR writes about Ideal Bread’s Steve Lacy covers. Erik … Continue reading

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Du Yun at the 21st Century Schizoid Music Concerts


From NYTimes.com: This past season, Ms. Du’s calling cards in New York concert halls have included the New Juilliard Ensemble’s reading of “Vicissitudes No. 3,” an energetic but traditional orchestral score; several scores for silent films by Alice Guy Blaché, … Continue reading

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Touching Extremes Reviews


From Touching Extremes: TUESDAY, 29 JUNE 2010 DAVID MAHLER – Only Music Can Save Me Now New World SUNDAY, 27 JUNE 2010 THOMAS KÖNER – La Barca Fario SAM AMIDON – I See The Sign Bedroom Community

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Sonomu Reviews


From Sonomu: Peter Wright, An Angel Fell Where the Kestrels Hover (Spekk) Troum, Sigqan (Transgredient)

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Creative Nation Music To Release The Variable Density Sound Orchestra’s Sound Particle 47 September 21st


From Improvised Communications: On September 21st, Creative Nation Music will release Sound Particle 47 (CNM016), the second release from veteran Boston-based guitarist/composer Garrison Fewell’s Variable Density Sound Orchestra. The group brings together a flexible cast of improvisers from Boston, New … Continue reading

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Bang on a Can Marathon at Winter Garden


From NYTimes.com: The programmatic rationale was referred to by the composer and clarinetist Evan Ziporyn just before a midafternoon performance by his Gamelan Galak Tika: “things that I love, taking place at the same time.” Mr. Ziporyn was referring specifically … Continue reading

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