This Week at the Super Coda

From New York’s Super Coda:

WEDNESDAY 10/5 8-midnight: This Tour stops by Don Pedro (90 Manhattan ave).

The Miami-based musician and visual artist Dino Felipe is embarking on a thirty-day tour of the East Coast and Midwest beginning at the end of September, 2011. With his supporting act, This Heart Electric, he will play almost one show per day.

Also featuring performances by CHILDPROOF (Brooklyn) SUSPENDERS (Ted Robinson) and JOVONTAES (Kraut Rock).

FRIDAY 10/7 9-late: Phily based group THE SEA AROUND US plays The Tea Factory Lofts (175 Stockholm, buzz 102) with THE CHIVES, TEZEO, and BOY WITHOUT GOD.

The Sea Around Us –
This is the sound of the sun pushing heavy Night from our shoulders as the mountains obscuring its light slowly bow in submission to the Dawn. The layers of sound pull at the tangle of one’s thoughts; a daydream may ride home upon a song.

Latest tracks by The Sea Around Us

SATURDAY 10/8 8-midnight. Michael Durek curates The Super Coda at 13 Thames, featuring performances by:

8pm – $50 Trumpet (Brett Zweiman’s farewell show before Vietnam!!)
9pm – SK Orchestra (new tape release show!)
9:45 Brandstifter and Kerstin Lichtblau (Strait form Mainz, Germany)
10:45 Jerry and the t party


Lee Ranaldo


September 26, 2011
C Spencer Yeh & Okkyung Lee, The Knitting Factory
C Spencer Yeh Okkyung Lee

September 26, 2011
Glacial Trio, The Knitting Factory
David Watson Lee Ranaldo Tony Buck

September 26, 2011
Man Forever, The Knitting Factory
Brian Chase Hanoi Jane Kid Millions Richard Hoffman Sarah Richardson Shahin Motia

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Musique Machine Reviews


From Musique Machine:

Various – Tasogare: Live in Tokyo
Cluster & Farnbauer – Live In Vienna 1980
Gluttoness – Smothering Hopes & Crushing Dreams
Keränen – Moon Over Torrelorca
Merzbow / Cris X – Guya / Greed
Blut Aus Nord – The Mystical Beast Of Rebellion
Chris Watson & Marcus Davidson – Cross –Pollination
Mastery – Barbaric Usurpation Of The Hypereonic Black Metal
Uvesen – Self Titled
Juv – Self Titled
Jute Gyte – Ritenhour’s Earth

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Upcoming St. Louis Shows

Tony Conrad

From St. Louis’s New Music Circle:

Friday, October 14, 2011, 7:30 pm
Matthew Shipp Trio
Co-sponsored by Washington University

Matthew Shipp, piano
Michael Bisio, bass
Whit Dickey, drums

The Ballroom at the 560 Music Center at Washington University
560 Trinity Ave.
University City, MO 63130

Always on the cutting edge of jazz improvisation, Matthew Shipp has, over the course of his career, developed an identifiable language of his own. His new ensemble direction blends high energy and a sense of freedom with complexly structured themes and extended, long range form.

Learning to be a jazz player at an extremley early age, Shipp moved to New York City in 1995 and was soon performing with the David S. Ware Quartet and Roscoe Mitchell’s Note Factory. He has recorded with such top flight performers as William Parker, Joe Morris and Daniel Carter.

In February 2011, Shipp released a double-disc album entitled “Art of the Improviser”. This release is “testament to Shipp’s achievements, yet it is also a continuation of the discovery in his developmental musical language.” The Chicago Tribune

Friday, October 28, 2011, 7:30 pm
James Mobberley and Paul Rudy
Kranzberg Arts Center
501 N. Grand
St. Louis, MO 63103

Saturday, November 12, 2011, 7:30 pm
Keith Fullerton Whitman
Pre-show ambience provided by DJ Joe Raglani
White Flag Projects
4568 Manchester Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110

Saturday, December 3, 2011, 7:30 pm
Tony Conrad
White Flag Projects
4568 Manchester Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110

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Upcoming Detroit Shows

From the Bohemian in Exile:

Sunday, October 9th: Prog night with Hyrrokkin, Nick Miilevoi, El Club DJs Glenn and Mary Anne at Old Miami
Horrokkin is an avant-rock trio from Yellow Springs, OH. Guitarist Ed Ricart was most recently seen in Detroit as one third of the William Hooker Trio. Hyyrokken leans heavily into angular guitar territory with hints of Massacre, Sonny Sharrock, and 70’s European Prog Rock.

Nick Millevoi is a guitarist, composer, and teacher from Philadelphia. He is the co-leader of the avant-garde punk-jazz trio Many Arms (Engine Records, Majmua Music). Nick is also a member of progressive chamber-pop collective Make A Rising and Hassidic punk band Electric Simcha. As a sideman, Nick has toured with Discord Records recording artist Joe Lally, and has performed with Gene Coleman, Glenn Branca, and many others. He brings the cerebral end of art rock guitar to the evening’s proceedings.

Detroit’s Prog-Rock DJ wonder twins of Friday’s at El Club, Glenn and Mary Anne, spin obscure classic prog.
Doors at 9 pm; $5.

Friday, October 14th: Immigrant Suns at Cass Cafe (with original drummer Mark Sawasky!)
This has been Immigrant Suns’ most productive year in some time. Come celebrate the returning visit of original member Mark Sawasky, and preview material from the Suns’ forthcoming sixth release- as well as a full set of favorites. It’s free and starts at 10 pm.

10/22 String Quartet For a Pair of 45s at Kerrytown Concert House
11/14 Travis Laplante

In December: Nakatani Gong Orchestra
4/2 Ballister
In June: The Thing and Joe McPhee

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Trio Braam / DeJoode / Vatcher and Demolition Duo in Portland

Michiel Braam
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From Portland’s The Creative Music Guild:

Friday, October 14th, 2011: Trio Braam / DeJoode / Vatcher (Netherlands) and Demolition Duo (Dr. John C. Savage & Ken Ollis) at Lutheran Redeemer, 5431 Northeast 20th Avenue, PDX (Sliding scale $5-15)

The Creative Music Guild presents an evening of ecstatic music by world-class Dutch musicians Michiel Braam (piano), Wilbert DeJoode (bass), and Michael Vatcher (drums).

Freedom, adventure, and risk-taking are the guiding values for this accomplished Dutch trio. Their intense musical relationship spans more than 20 years and results in intuitive playing of the highest order. Trio Braam/DeJoode/Vatcher shines in short powerful pieces, pushing against tradition with consummate, dazzling skill. The trio combines a playful expansion of forms with a great adventurousness.

Opening musical set provided by the exciting new Demolition Duo, a dynamic free collaboration of master local musicians Dr. John C. Savage (flutes, reeds) and Ken Ollis (drums).

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