Day: December 6, 2012

The Squid’s Ear Reviews

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English: Joëlle Léandre Français : Joëlle Léandre
English: Joëlle Léandre Français : Joëlle Léandre (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From The Squid’s Ear:

Various Artists – Because Tomorrow Comes #2 (BTC)
Weston / Laubrock / Marshall – Haste (Emanem)
Nobuyasu Furuya Trio – BENDOWA (Clean Feed)
Chris Corsano – Cut (Hot Cars Warp Records)
Joelle Leandre / Serge Teyssot-Gay – TRANS (Kadima Collective)
Joe Morris Quartet – Graffiti In Two Parts (RogueArt)

New Releases From Mutable Music

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Earl Howard, at Moers Festival 2007
Earl Howard, at Moers Festival 2007 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From Mutable Music:

Thomas Buckner, J.D. Parran, Mari Kimura, & Earl Howard: Particle Ensemble
Richard Teitelbaum: Solo Live

Both can be sampled here.

Portland’s Creative Music Guild Profiled

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From Willamette Week:

If the fact that the Creative Music Guild has been in action for 21 years comes as a surprise to you, don’t feel bad. Even though I have been familiar with the CMG as a group that supports experimental and avant garde music in the city, my best guess was that they were, at the most, eight years old.  The truth is that Rich Halley and Rob Blakeslee, two well-regarded jazz players, created the guild in 1991, hoping to cultivate the local improvisational and experimental scenes by hosting events featuring musicians from all over the world. In that time, they’ve brought in a stunning variety of artists such as free jazz saxophonist Bhob Rainey and master percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani.

Igloo Magazine Reviews

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Talvihorros/Damian Valles :: Monuments and Ruins (Textura)
Brambles :: Charcoal (Serein)
Bionulor :: Erik (Requiem)
Steve Moore :: Light Echoes (Cuneiform)

RIP Jonathan Harvey

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Harvey has been composing since the 1960s, during which period he was a prominent disciple of Karlheinz Stockhausen, whose experimentalism and use of electronic instrumentation influenced Harvey’s early works.