Monthly Archives: January 2013

Upcoming Ensemble Dal Niente Shows in Chicago

From Ensemble Dal Niente: Hommage to Ligeti, Hauer, and Reich Saturday, February 23, 2013, 5:00pm ($10 general, $5 student; Tickets available on Feburary 1, 2013 at PianoForte Salon in the Fine Arts Building 410 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL … Continue reading

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AMN Reviews: AMM – Two London Concerts

by Dan Coffey The latest AMM release finds the enigmatic collective stripped down to just two of the long-term collaborators: John Tilbury on piano (occasionally attacking it from the inside), and Eddie Prévost on (mostly bowed) percussion. While guitarist Keith … Continue reading

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Newsbits: Amoeba Digitizes LPs / SuperCoda in NY / Field Recording Symposium at the British Library / Bynum on Butch Morris

In news of the odd and highly questionable, Amoeba records has been selling digital copies of out of print LPs. I haven’t found anything in the list that catches my fancy, and certain have mixed feelings about this. The SuperCoda … Continue reading

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This Week in Buenos Aires

From Buenos Aires,su Nueva Musica: Thu, January 31, 9pm – 11pm Charizma & No Subject presents ( experimental / free improvisation) barzabal Leandro Barzabal, solo :: fiesta de 15 Omar Grandoso, trombone & accesoriesSam Nacht, tenor sax / fx Flor … Continue reading

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February at An die Musik LIVE

Select shows coming to Baltimore’s An die Musik LIVE: 8, Friday, 8 & 9:30 pm Pianist-Composer Kris Davis releases her first quintet album, Capricorn Climber Tom Rainey, drums Ingrid Laubrock, sax Mike Formanek, bass Mat Maneri, violin Kris Davis, piano … Continue reading

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Igloo Magazine Reviews

From Michael Trommer :: HTO (3LEAVES) Zilverhill :: Laodoicean (Adept Sound/Blind Shouter) AIDAN BAKER :: Multi-view

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Jill Burton and Wade Matthews in Orlando, March 3rd

From Orlando’s CM5: Jill Burton brings her voice and physical form as the two main tools of her trade. Her bio includes training in ballet and classical music at an early age, while having quickly developed an affinity for improvising … Continue reading

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