Monthly Archives: July 2011
I’m putting AMN on hold for a few weeks to take care of some personal business. See you some time in August.
From NYTimes.com: Maverick Concerts (Saturday and Sunday) An endearing quirk of this festival is that it is held in an open barn, which allows the sounds of nature to mingle with those of the musicians. On Saturday morning it is … Continue reading
From Dusted: Artist: Loscil Album: coast/range/arc Label: Glacial Movements Artist: Esmerine Album: La Lechuza Label: Constellation Artist: AMM Album: Sounding Music / Uncovered Correspondence: a Postcard from Jaslo Label: Matchless Recordings Artist: Julia Wolfe Album: Cruel Sister Label: Cantaloupe Artist: … Continue reading
From Music and More: Fire with Jim O’Rourke – Unreleased (Rune Grammofon, 2011) Ari Hoenig – Lines of Opression (Naive/AH-HA, 2011) Sun Ra – The Paris Tapes, 1971 (Art Yard, 2010) Harrison Bankhead Sextet – Morning Sun Harvest Moon (Engine … Continue reading
From NYTimes.com: Steve Coleman and Five Elements (Wednesday and Thursday) Mr. Coleman’s alto saxophone cuts cleanly through the angular compositional forms of his signature ensemble, which has a typically ambitious new album out this month, “The Mancy of Sound” (Pi). … Continue reading
From Sequenza21: Andrew Raffo Dewar (b.1975 Rosario, Argentina) is an Assistant Professor in New College at the University of Alabama. He’s a composer, improviser, soprano saxophonist and ethnomusicologist. He’s studied and/or performed with Steve Lacy, Anthony Braxton, Bill Dixon, Alvin … Continue reading