A new issue from Point of Departure:
Issue 37 – December 2011
Page One: a column by Bill Shoemaker
Braxton & Jazz: IN the Tradition an essay by Kevin Whitehead
A Fickle Sonance: a column by Art Lange
The Book Cooks: Diary of a Radical Cancer Warrior by Fred Ho (Skyhorse Publishing; New York) & Source: Music of the Avant-Garde, 1966-1973, Edited by Larry Austin + Douglas Kahn (University of California Press; Berkeley, Los Angeles and London
Far Cry: a column by Brian Morton
Moment’s Notice: Reviews of Recent Recordings
Ezz-thetics: a column by Stuart Broomer
Travellin’ Light: Kris Davis.
A recent Matthew Shipp performance in the UK is reviewed.
Rick Parker, Eyal Maoz, Yoni Halevy and Jon Irabagon with Todd Clouser’s A Love Electric and Steven Bernstein will play on Tuesday December 13 at Littlefield, 622 degraw st · brooklyn, new york 11217. Maoz will also be featured with Hypercolor Live at New York’s Café Orwell on Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 8 PM till 10 PM.
Tonight in New Haven, An Historic (featuring Adam Matlock on accordion and vocals plus guests), as well as Nate Trier, perform at the Uncertainty Music Series, at Never Ending Books, 810 State Street.
Phil Kline’s participatory holiday crowd-sourcing takes place in several major cities this year.
Alec K. Redfearn and the Eyesores have launched a Kickstarter project to fund their next album.
Charming Hostess will play two shows in California: Saturday, December 10, Subterranean Art House, 2179 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA, with Zoyres (We play at 9), and Sunday, December 11, Paramount Theater, 2025 Broadway, Oakland, California, with Joan Baez (cool!)
Once again, we begin with a summary of recently-posted year end lists from various sources. This is the first post of what will probably be two or three.
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