Monsieur Délire Reviews

From Monsieur Délire:

ROBY GOLD, ROBERTA PIKET, MARK TOKAR & KLAUS KUGEL / Op der Schmelz Live (NEMU Records)
LAND OF MARIGOLD / Land of Marigold (Bug Incision)
BENT SPOON DUO / With and Without Allison Cameron (Bug Incision)
SIMEON ABBOTT & MIKE GENNARO / Meditations On First (Bug Incision)
CHAN SMITH WALTER / Improvised Music and Tentacles (Bug Incision)
ESRARÊ DEYÎR / Lêlawe (Unit Records)
SCHAERER OESTER / Rarest Reechoes (Unit Records)
COSA BRAVA / The Letter (Intakt)
MINIMETAL / Never Hang Around (Spezial Material Records)
PAS MUSIQUE / Abandoned Bird Egg (Alrealon Musique)

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Today at the ISSUE Project Room

From New York’s ISSUE Project Room:

Hair Police / Chris Goudreau / White Suns
Guerilla Toss / Tamio Shiraishi & Cammisa Buerhaus
Bob Bellerue
Saturday, August 13th – 2:00pm-8:00pm
Free ($10 suggested donation) – All ages
at Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn

This weekend, ISSUE Project Room and Pioneer Works present a FREE outdoor party of experimental electronics and noise in Red Hook headlined by Kentucky-based psychedelic noise trio Hair Police. This all-day event features “Scumbag Electronics” from Chris Goudreau AKA SICKNESS, the electronic noise/punk band White Suns, Boston-based five-piece noise/punk ensemble Guerilla Toss, noise composer Bob Bellerue, and the muscular saxophonist Tamio Shiraishi with Cammisa Buerhaus on a Soviet synthesizer.

Experimental Music next Week in San Francisco

The show is Thursday, July 18th at the Hemlock Tavern in San Francisco (1131 Polk St San Francisco, CA 94109) and will feature four West Coast experimental groups (three from the SF Bay Area, one from Portland, OR):

Grex (http://www.grexsounds.com/) – experimental rock/free jazz chamber pop
Efft (http://www.efftforever.com/) – alternative/experimental rock
Alto! (Derek Moneypenny)
Street Priest (Heule/Aspelin/Chandler) – noise rock

Stockhausen’s Work Flourishes Five Years After His Death

English: Karlheinz Stockhausen October 1994 in...

From NYTimes.com:

Over the course of his prominent career, the German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen took on myriad guises. To the European postwar establishment, he was an enfant terrible, embracing the objective rigor of total serialism and the uncharted vistas of electronic music and happenings. For adventurous jazz and rock musicians like Miles Davis, the Beatles and Frank Zappa, he was a Promethean figure who delivered unto the world techniques for fashioning mind-altering sounds.

Open Ears Music Shows

Free downloads of recent Open Ears Music shows are available.

Neslort – 19 February 2013 – Audio Archive
Neslort: Rick Trolsen, Kyle Cripps, Tim Robertson, Pat Casey, Marcello Benetti

redrawblak – Audio Archive – 5 February 2013
redrawblak: Brad Walker, Aurora Nealand, Paul Thibodeaux, Helen Gillet, Jesse Morrow, Chris Alford

Bubble Bath – Audio Archive – 29 January 2013
Bubble Bath

FireFace – Audio Archive – 22 January 2013
(Don’t Put) Fire (on Your) Face: Dan Oestreicher (bass sax), Marcello Benetti (drums), Tim McFatter (tenor sax), & Pete Murano (guitar)

Plunge – Audio Archive – 15 January 2013
Plunge: Mark McGrain (trombone), Tom Fitzpatrick (saxes), and James Singleton (bass)

Jesse Morrow – Audio Archive – 8 January 2013
Jesse Morrow (basses), Rex Gregory (saxes), Dave Cappello & Chris Nobles (percussion)