William Parker / Cooper-Moore Reviewed

From the Telegram:

Bassist William Parker and pianist and multi-instrumentalist Cooper-Moore kicked off WCUW-FM’s Fall Jazz Concert Series last Saturday night with a dynamic concert at Razzo Hall, a 190-seat performance space inside Clark University’s Traina Center for the Performing Arts. Both Parker, now in his late 50s, and Cooper-Moore, who’s in his early 60s, have toiled for decades in the creative music movement and are generally regarded as major catalysts in the genre. An outgrowth of the free jazz movement of the 1960s, creative music relies on spontaneous improvisation and music from other cultures as twin inspirations.

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Musique Machine Reviews

From Musique Machine:

Various HNW Artists – Eyjafjallajökull
Biomass – Electrozali
Dan Fröberg – At Dawn we All Fall Down the Stairs
Kanin Krusete – Like A Thing
Bördel Noïr – Self Titled
Rob Copper – Accepting The Machines
Metaconquerer – Of Steel, Bone and Fire
Joy of Nature – The Empty Circle, Part II – Rastos de Sangue e Fra
Bleiburg – Indivisibiliter ac Inseparabiliter
Richard Ramirez – Your Persuasion My Perversion
Persistence In Mourning / Vomir – Self Titled
L’Exorcism – Self titled
Guano Padano – Self Titled
Philippe Petit – … Scores Henry: The Iron Man
Rafael Anton Irisarri – The North Bend
Tinieblas – Generous Bandit
Foul – Bolt

Noisefold at REDCAT November 5th


Melding real-time animation and generative electronic sound within the legacy of cybernetics, NoiseFold unleashes a suite of selected movements in its live cinema works nFold 1.0, ALCHIMIA, and Neu_Blooms. Using sensor-activated computer systems and complex audiovisual feedback models, co-founders Cory Metcalf and David Stout synthesize a mesmerizing array of bio-mimetic visual forms that generate sound, celebrating the evolution of visual music as a form of instrumental play with semiautonomous systems. From subtle lifelike emanations to roiling upheavals of sound and light, their audiovisual events are at once familiar, mysterious, and strange. The result is a powerful synaesthetic experience where noise, music and image interact on a symphonic scale.

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Unruly Music Fall Festival in Milwaukee

From Unruly Music:

October 7-9, 2010

Thursday, October 7, 7:30 pm
Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra – Titanic
Performing George Lewis and Marina Rosenfeld‘s new collaborative work Sour Mash, new compositions by Amanda Schoofs and Greg Surges, and Gavin Bryars‘ classic The Sinking of the Titanic, an imagining of the sound of the sinking ocean liner as heard echoing from underwater.

Friday, October 8, 7:30 pm
Matthew Burtner – Oceans/Elements
Composer and saxophonist Matthew Burtner (at UWM for 2010-2011 as the Provost’s Fellow) presents a recital of music for soprano saxophone and natural elements such as water, wind, and sand, investigating environmental issues and the relationships between sound, human activity, and nature.

Saturday, October 9, 7:30 pm
Olivia Block
Chicago composer and sound artist Olivia Block presents an evening of her work combining piano, field recordings, found objects, and electronic sounds.

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