From New York’s Supercoda:
TUESDAY 8/9, 830-11. The Rex Complex August Residency Continues with an opening performance by Drew Sayers and Tony Falco.
WEDNESDAY 8/10, 8-10. Jason Anthony Harris August Residency. I am so very enthralled by his music, here’s his website and and a write up I gave him for the deli mag.
This week Jason invites Johnny Butler to the stage. Johnny is a wonderful musician who loops away at his sax with the occasional Michael Jackson cover sneaking into the mix. Exceptionally life affirming, this one.
THURSDAY 8/11. 8-11. The Super Coda welcomes Adam Caine back to Bushwick with this stellar lineup
1. Lorenzo Sanguedolce solo tenor sax
2. Adam Caine Quartet
Nick Lyons- alto sax
Adam Caine- guitar
John McCutcheon- drums
3. David Schnug Quartet
David Schnug- saxophones
Alan Bjorklund- trumpet
Will McEvoy- bass
Shawn Baltazor- drums
And here’s a facebook invite for extended perusing: https://www.facebook.com/e?vent.php?eid=2112721789218?48
FRIDAY 8/12. 7:30-11. Nicole Zaray presents: Back, and Forward!
Featuring performances by:
1. BBF: (an electronic avant-garde trio)
Brooks Williams (laptop drums, keyboards, bass, vocals and sound effects)
Beo Morales (Guitar, Guitar Synthesizer and Laptop)
Fred Jorio (Vocals, Bass, Guitar and analogue Synthesizers)
Founders of the seminal 1980s experimental group “History of Unheard Music” and Lectroluv are here to give you mind-bending improvisation that somehow settles into a rhythm that brings you back into place.
2. THE RESTRICTOR: (an ambient/Post Jazz quartet)
Adam Dym : Bass Clarinet, various Saxophones and Guitar.
Anthony Delio: Drums and Percussion
Kevin Rozza: Bass
Damien Olsen: Guitar, Guitar synthesizer, Acoustic Piano, keyboards.
A NuJazz ensemble bringing together the psychedelic Canterbury scene of late 60s and early 70s with a hint of the Early 20th century avant-garde.
3. NICOLE ZARAY: (a one-woman electro-cabaret band)
Nicole Zaray: vocals, keyboards, bass, drum loops, sequencing
Her Laurie-Andersen-meets-Sex-?in-the-City-electro-cabare?t makes you sentimental for the Yamaha Dx7 and the homegrown lo-fi beats of 1985. Topped with soulful, ironic and freeform urban tales delivered with a 3-octave range.
SATURDAY 8/13. 8-midnight. Noam Faingold Presents a night of Chamber Music plus a Rock Orchestra.
From Noam: The Noam Faingold Orchestra will play a set, then it’s members and some special guests will play contemporary chamber music by Jeremy Forbis, Jacob Druckman, Kurtag and others, and then we will play another set of Aleatoric pieces by Christian Wolff, Terry Riley, Louis Andriessen and others.
- The Dave King Trucking Company – Good Old Light (Sunnyside, 2011) (jazzandblues.blogspot.com)