Daily Archives: December 14, 2012

Newsbits: The Under_Line Benefit Videos / Braxton in DC / Shipp and Bisio Reviewed / Bennington in Chicago / Endangered Blood in New York


Burning Ambulance provides a few videos of the recent Under_Line Benefit performances. Anthony Braxton‘s weekend performance in DC is previewed. The latest release from Matthew Shipp and Michael Bisio is reviewed. On Sunday December 16, 8-10pm, Jimmy Bennington‘s Color and … Continue reading

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Interview With Buzz Osborne of the Melvins


From ALARM Magazine: Twenty-one studio full-lengths could spell one thing: redundancy. But the Melvins, whose back catalog reads like the Library of Congress, has recognized and conquered this plague with two tools in hand: reinvention and unpredictable match-ups. As if … Continue reading

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Jazz Listings From The New York Times


From NYTimes.com: Michaël Attias’s Spun Tree (Wednesday) To celebrate the release of “Spun Tree,” his new album on Clean Feed, Michaël Attias, a saxophonist and composer of coolly investigative temperament, regroups a smart ensemble with the trumpeter Ralph Alessi, the … Continue reading

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Classical Music Listings From The New York Times


From NYTimes.com: Aeolian Chamber Players (Friday) Long a potent source of new music, this ensemble celebrates its 50th anniversary with a trip down memory lane — revisiting works it has commissioned over the years by Luciano Berio, William Bolcom, George … Continue reading

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Music and More Reviews


From Music and More: Juma Sultan’s Aboriginal Music Society – Whispers From the Archive (Porter, 2012) Acid Mothers Temple and the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. – Son of a Bitches Brew (Important Records, 2012) Richard Bliwas Trio – Nine (Rising Rose, … Continue reading

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