Monthly Archives: November 2010

LoVid at Lampo this Weekend

From Chicago’s Lampo: LOVID SAT DEC 4 8pm Graham Foundation Madlener House 4 West Burton Place Admission FREE Reservations are required; RSVP here: Lapidus use their Sync Armonica, a 9 ft. sculptural, analog, handmade A/V synthesizer and electrical signals … Continue reading

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AMN Podcast: Aeroplane Trio – Naranja Ha

Aeroplane Trio “Whitehorse” (mp3) from “Naranja Ha” (Drip Audio) More On This Album

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JazzWrap Reviews

From JazzWrap: Brian Eno: Small Craft on a Milk Sea Crimson Jazz Trio – King Crimson Songbook Vol. 2 Related articles The Guardian: Darcy James Argue At The London Jazz Festival ( Tonight: Stephan Crump With Rosetta Trio At Firehouse … Continue reading

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Thieke / Wooley / Drury in Brooklyn

From Andrew Drury: Tuesday, November 30, 8pm, Soup & Sound House Concert #4 Michael Thieke (Berlin) clarinet Nate Wooley (NYC) trumpet Andrew Drury (NYC) percussion + X.L. (Paris) solo electronics 292 Lefferts Ave. (b/n Rogers & Nostrand), Brooklyn 718.462.9503 (phone … Continue reading

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Musique Machine Reviews

From Musique Machine: R.S.P – Reptilian Sexual Predator Ni – Self Titled Disco Hospital – Hidden Driveway Ahead Dead Body Collection – HNW VOL. 1 | Homage To Harsh Noise Wall Tapes Comparative Anatomy – Mammalia Moloch – Isolation der … Continue reading

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Search & Restore Benefit at Le Poisson Rouge

Cover of Steven Bernstein From Search & Restore, a teaser for their show tonight and their quest for donations: TONIGHT!!! Watch the Search & Restore Benefit Concert live, a series of improvised round robin duets at Le Poisson Rouge, featuring … Continue reading

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Why do we hate modern classical music?

Alex Ross explores the negative feelings towards modern music.  From The Guardian: Explanations for the abiding resistance to musical modernism have proliferated, their multiplicity suggesting that none quite holds the key. One theory holds that a preference for simple tonality is … Continue reading

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