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John Zorn (cropped version)
John Zorn (cropped version) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From Tzadik:

Aya Nishina
Flora

David Fulmer
On Night

John Zorn
Dreamachines

Noah Creshevsky
The Four Seasons

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DMG Newsletter July 26th, 2013

Cover of "John Cage: One11 with 103"
Cover of John Cage: One11 with 103

From DMG:

John Zorn/Nova Express Qt! Noah Creshevsky! David Fulmer! Aya Nishina! Bill Frisell/Eyvind Kang/Hank Roberts/Jenny Scheinman/Rudy Royston!

John Patton/John Zorn Rarity! Drew Gress/Ralph Alessi/Tim Berne/Craig Taborn/Tom Rainey! Lark: Ingrid Laubrock/Ralpg Alessi/Kris Davis/Tom Rainey!

Chris Pitsiokos/Weasel Walter/Ron Anderson! Nick Fraser Qt with Tony Malaby! Sebastien Ammann/Ohad Talmor/Dave Ambrosio/Eric McPherson! Christian Fennesz!

New on Mode: John Cage! Giacinto Scelsi! Roger Reynolds! Howard Skempton! Johannes Schollhorn! Jason Eckardt!

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The DMG Free Weekly In-Store Performance Series Continues With:

Sunday, July 28th Double-Header
6pm: FLUTE KARMA: CHERYL PYLE & PREMIK RUSSELL TUBBS – Flute Duo!
7pm: CHRIS PITSIOKOS – Solo Sax!

Sunday, August 4th Double- Header:
6pm: JUAN P. CARLETTI AUTOBOMB – Solo Drums!
7pm: DOMINIC FRAGMAN – Solo Drums!

Sunday, August 11th Double-Header:
6pm: MAX JAFFE – Solo Drums!
7pm: BEN VAN GELDER!

Sunday, August 18th:
6pm: GIACOMO MERENGA & TERRENCE McMANUS – Electric Bass & Guitar Duo!

Sunday, August 25th:
6pm: The Return of Suburban Bohemia with: MC BRUCELEE / KURT RALSKE / DANIEL CARTER!

Interview with Rich Halley

From Burning Ambulance:

The phrase “best kept secret” is always a little bit insulting to the musicians it’s used to describe, as though they go out of their way to remain unheard. That said, Rich Halley really is one of the best kept secrets in jazz—beloved by the folks who’ve heard his powerful trio and quartet recordings of the past decade-plus, totally unknown to the vast majority of listeners. Part of this is due to location: Halley lives in Portland, Oregon, and doesn’t come East for gigs. He’s also totally independent, releasing CDs on his own label (after several discs put out by his former drummer, Dave Storrs) and doing all his own publicity.