Monsieur Délire Reviews

From Monsieur Délire:

MECHA FIXES CLOCKS / Teoria Dell’elasticità Di Girolamo Papariello (Ambiances Magnétiques)
MINAMO / Documental (Room40)
NETTLE / El Resplandor: The Shining in Dubai (Sub Rosa – merci à/thanks to Dense Promotion)
BYETONE / Symeta (Raster-Noton – merci à/thanks to Dense Promotion)
PETER HAMMILL / What, now? (Fie Records)
PETER GABRIEL / New Blood (Real World)
ROGER ENO & PETER HAMMILL / The Appointed Hour (Fie! Records)
THE REMOTE VIEWERS / Nerve Cure (The Remote Viewers)
KING CRIMSON / Discipline (40th Anniversary Edition) (Panegyric)
PETER HAMMILL / Pno Gtr Vox (Fie! Records)
ROM – SCHAERER – EBERLE / Please Don’t Feed the Model (Unit Records)
WAMBLI / Live at Guinguette (Unit Records)
KONDAKOV – VOLKOV – SHILKLOPER / Outline (Leo Records)
CURVED AIR / The Lost Broadcasts (Gonzo Multimedia)
ERIC BURDON AND WAR / The Lost Broadcasts (Gonzo Multimedia)

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Evolving Series Shows in New York

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From the Vision Festival folks:

Clemente Soto Velez 2nd Fl
Kabayitos Theater – Clemente Soto Velez Educational & Cultural Center, 2nd floor
107 Suffolk Street (between Delancey & Rivington)
LES Gallery – Clemente Soto Velez Educational and Cultural Center, 1st floor

tickets: $11 per set / $16 for 2 sets / $20 all night
Students/Seniors : $8 per set / $12 for 2 / $18 all night

October 31
Blues Hues for Halloween

7:30 Lisa Sokolov Voice/Piano
guest artist Jake Sokolov-Gonzalez- cello

8:45 pm Roy Nathanson Group
Roy Nathanson – saxophone, vocals
Tim Kiah – bass, vocals
Curtis Fowlkes – Trombone, vocals

10 pm ExPosed Blues Duo
Fay Victor – vocals
Anders Nillson – guitar

November 7
Remembering Raphe Malik

7:30 pm Larry Roland and friends
Daniel Carter – reeds & trumpet
Warren Smith & Micheal Wimberly – drums
Larry Roland – bass
8:30 15min film on Raphe Malik by Michael Lucio Sternbach
8:50 pm Sabir Mateen Ensemble
Roy Campbell – trumpet, flugelhorn, pocket trumpet,flute
Will Connell – alto saxophone, flute, Bb & bass clarinets
Sabir Mateen – alto & tenor saxophones, flute, piccolo, Bb & alto clarinets
Hilliard Greene – bass
Michael Wimberly – drums
10 pm The Sound Band under the direction of Sabir Mateen
Ras Moshe, Yoni Kretzner, Zak Sherzad – reeds
Matt Labelle, Kirk Knuffke – trumpet
Tor Snyder Asim Barnes – guitar
Max Johnson, – bass
Tiffany Chang, Bernard Myers – drums / others tba

November 14 – LES Gallery
A Sound Contrast

7:30 pm Fulminate Trio
Anders Nilsson – guitar
Ken Filiano – bass
Michael Evans – drums
8:45 pm Tor Snyder & Irrepressible Spirit
Tor Snyder – guitars
Eric Salazar – violin
Ravish Momin – drums, percussion
10 pm pharmacopia
Peter Dragotta – EWI&electronics
Andres Marino – guitarelectronics
Daniel Carter – saxophones & trumpet

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William Basinski
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11/02 @ 7:00pm
ISSUE @110 Livingston:
ARCADIA Gala honoring William Basinski and featuring music from Robert Wilson’s “The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic

Issue Project Room is proud to honor composer and musician William Basinski and the legacy of his seminal venue Arcadia with performances by Marina Abramovic, William Basinski, Antony, and Svetlana Spajic. This benefit gala will feature the exclusive New York performance of music from “The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic,” a biography of the godmother of performance art, re-imagined by visionary director Robert Wilson.

11/04 @ 8:00pm
ISSUE @110 Livingston: Artist-in-Residence Nate Wooley’s “Eight Syllables”

Trumpeter Nate Wooley performs his new piece “Eight Syllables,” the first composition using a notational system based on the International Phonetic Alphabet. Phonetic sounds, which are the building blocks of syllables, are mapped onto a set of parameters limiting how the lips, tongue, teeth, and throat are manipulated to influence the sound of the trumpet.

11/05 @ 8:00pm
Emerging Artists Commission: Alex Chechile, On the Sensations of Tone

EAC recipient Alex Chechile will perform On the Sensations of Tone, a structured composition that combines elements of psychophysics, cognitive science, physiology, and improvisation. Utilizing the acoustics of the room and the multichannel sound system, the work employs psychoacoustic phenomenon including otoacoustic emissions to evoke unusual responses in both the ear and the body. Chechile’s cognitive involvement is integrated into the performance through the use of an EEG brainwave machine. Specific brainwaves are sonified as control voltage for a modular synthesizer, which in turn shape and influence the performance as it unfolds.

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