Monthly Archives: December 2011


The John Cage centenary is coming up, and will be the focus of several New York performances. Sound artist Maurizio Bianchi is interviewed. Paul Tognola and Andrew Ponzoni have put out a EP called freejazzLIVElectronics, which is available for streaming … Continue reading

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Igloo Magazine Reviews

From Chaim :: Alive (BPitch Control) Coen Oscar Polack :: Spectral Churches (Narrominded)

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Upcoming Monday Evolving Series Shows

From New York’s Vision Festival people. Monday Evolving Series LES Gallery 1st floor @ Clemente Soto Velez Educational and Cultural Center, 107 Suffolk Street (between Delancey & Rivington) Monday January 2 A New Year Celebration & Tribute to Rashied Ali … Continue reading

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New Releases on 482 Music

From 482 Music: Greg Burk — The Path Here Burk travels forward into his past on a relaxed and melodic album that is his most immediately accessible. My Silence — It Only Happens at Night Trio improvisations and Sharon Van … Continue reading

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The Stone in January

From New York’s Stone: 1/1 Sunday (MM) 8 and 10pm Film: “Cave of Forgotten Dreams” by Werner Herzog, soundtrack by Ernst Reijseger 1/2 Monday (KR) 730 and 9 pm NEW MUSIC OBSERVATORY AT THE STONE BUTCH MORRIS CONDUCTION 7:30—Open Rehearsal … Continue reading

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Jazz Listings From The New York Times

From The Bad Plus (Friday through Sunday) Since forming about a decade ago, this acoustic power trio — Reid Anderson on bass, Ethan Iverson on piano, David King on drums — has been known for its canny twists on … Continue reading

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Trio M To Celebrate Its New Release With California Tour Dates

From Improvised Communications: This February, pianist Myra Melford, bassist Mark Dresser and drummer Matt Wilson will celebrate the release of The Guest House (Enja/Yellowbird), their second recording as Trio M, with California performances at the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library … Continue reading

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