Daily Archives: November 8, 2012

Newsbits: Irabagon / Shrunken Head Shop / John Gross Trio and Grammies / Holmes / McDonas and Skloff / McDonas and Denio


Portland’s Creative Music Guild is featuring the John Gross Trio and Grammies at the Revival Drum Shop, 1465 NE Prescott, Wednesday, November 21, 8 pm, $5-$15 sliding scale. All ages. Saxophonist/composer Jon Irabagon will celebrate the release of his two new … Continue reading

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Upcoming Detroit Shows


From the Bohemian in Exile: Trinosophes is located at 1464 Gratiot (at Russell St.). Parking at the rear of the building Saturday, Nov. 17: Tatsuya Nakatani A perennial favorite of our series, percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani has established himself as one … Continue reading

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Coming to the Vortex Jazz Club


From London’s Vortex: FRIDAY 9/11/2012 – 20:30 BUSHMAN’S REVENGE + ALBATROSH + SYNKOKE Bushman’s Revenge mix the energy of rock with the freedom of jazz in the most exciting and exhilarating ways. Jazzwise called their previous album on Rune Grammafon … Continue reading

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Igloo Magazine Reviews


From igloomag.com: Hidden Orchestra :: Archipelago (Tru Thoughts) Yellow6 / Egsun :: Worth Wasting Time (Somehow Ecstatic) Jin Choi :: A Thousand Whales of Love (Private Gold) Fausto Balbo :: Login (Afe) V/A :: Air Texture Volume II (Air Texture)

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Janacek Philharmonic Ostrava Plays Morton Feldman


From NYTimes.com: Still, rigor is relative, and Feldman wielded his control relatively lightly in this murmuring, throbbing sequence of sonic events. As in the works of certain influential painters with whom he was friendly, like Philip Guston and Mark Rothko, … Continue reading

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Upcoming Berlin Performances from Corvo Artists


From Corvo Records: Fr. 9.11.2012 “ultrasonic TARGETING” JOKE LANZ – turntables & CHRISTIAN WEBER – doublebass Galerie Haus am Lützowplatz Lützowplatz 9 Berlin-Tiergarten 20:30 Joke Lanz is one of the most prolific and profound artists working in the border zones … Continue reading

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William Basinski Interview


From Pitchfork: And now Basinski is moving forward with Nocturnes, due out on his 2062 label later this year. It comprises two pieces: a “trippy” 40-minute work that draws from material that dates back to the late 70s (stream an … Continue reading

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