Coming to An die Musik LIVE

From Baltimore’s An die Musik LIVE:

Sat, 09/24/11
From: 08:00 PM To: 09:00 PM
Location: An die Musik Live

Carl Grubbs Ensemble wth Reggie Workman

Carl Grubbs, saxophones
Richard Johnson, piano
Reggie Workman, bass
Eric Allen, drums

Tue, 09/27/11
From: 07:00 PM To: 08:30 AM
Location: An die Musik Live

Earl Howard Tom Buckner & Earl Howard Evening of Solo and Duo Improvisations for Saxophone, Voice and Electronics with Live Processing

Robert Ashley’s Older Works, Revisited and Reshaped

From NYTimes.com:

THROUGHOUT a lengthy, influential career the composer and vocalist Robert Ashley has designed his groundbreaking series of operas — dizzying confluences of spoken and sung words, electronic music, video elements, mystery and charm — to be performed by himself and a tightly knit group of regular collaborators.

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AMN Picks of the Week

Tatsuya Yoshida
Image by Crystalline Radical via Flickr

Here is where I post, at a frequency of about once a week, a list of the new music that has caught my attention that week. All of the releases listed below I’ve heard for the first time this week and come recommended.

Weasel Walter – Apocalyptik Paranoia (2009)
Bishop / Eisenstadt / Roebke – Tiebreaker (2008)
Zs – 33 (2011)
Nate Wooley / Scott R. Looney / Damon Smith / Weasel Walter – Scowl (2011)
Tatsuya Yoshida / Igor Krutogolov / Assif Tsahar – Live in the Head (2006)
Scott Fields Ensemble – christangelfox (2004)
Mamuthones – Mamuthones (2011)
Matana Roberts – Live in London (2011)

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Guelph Jazz Festival Reviewed

Henry Threadgill - Zooid
Image by volume12 via Flickr

From The Santa Barbara Independent:

Those of us without the benefit of an NYC-adjacent address have to seize live encounters when and where we can. So, hearing that Threadgill and his current band Zooid was the featured guest at the Guelph Jazz Festival was the clincher for my wanting to get outta’ Dodge and get thee back to Guelph, Ontario, the lovely college town an hour’s drive from Toronto, and a portal into the outer jazz limits. Hear this: the Guelph Jazz Festival, which completed its 18th annual edition last weekend, is one of North America’s finest left-field and/or experimental jazz occasions.

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