Newsbits: Carter, Parker, Ughi Release / Parker and Shipp on Ware / Pimmon, Blamey, Oceans in Melbourne / Link, Volker, Coleman in Nashville / Niblock, Ankersmit in Bristol, UK

Thomas-ankersmit-synthesizer (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Daniel Carter, William Parker, and Federico Ughi have a new release out on Rudi Records, entitled Navajo Sunrise.

Speaking of Parker, he and Matthew Shipp discuss their work with David S. Ware in this video.

Pimmon (Laptop), Peter Blamey (Open Electronics), and Oceans (Noise) will play at The Alderman, 134 Lygon St, Brunswick, Melbourne Australiam on Wednesday November 27.

Composer and Blair School of Music professor Stan Link returns to Nashville’s Zeitgeist Gallery‘s Indeterminacies program on Thursday, November 14th. He’s joined by moderator Mark Volker and pianist Rodger Coleman, both Indeterminacies alumns. Indeterminacies is a series of performances at Zeitgeist Gallery organized by Lesley Beeman and Lain York. It’s based on John Cage’s idea about creating processes with no predetermined outcome, welcoming the unexpected and learning from the accidental.

At Arnolfini, Bristol, Friday 15 November, from 19:30 to 22:30 Phill Niblock performs and projects films, along with Thomas Ankersmit.