ATTN:Magazine Reviews

From ATTN:Magazine:

Prolonged Version – all Watched over by Machines with Neurotic Disorders
North Atlantic Drift + Northumbria – Split
Cræsher – [Π]Oise
Sound Reasons – Epiphany
Vittoria Fleet – Acht
Rudimentary Peni – Death Church

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Taran’s Free Jazz Hour Podcast 15/2014

Alan Silva
Cover of Alan Silva

From Taran’s Free Jazz Hour:

Roguart
Sisters Where: Joelle Léandre, B/ Nicole Mitchell, FL, Afl

Freejazzart: Jacques Coursil, Tp/ Alan Silva, B

Innova
Creative Music Studio-archive Selections Vol1: Various Musicians (Recordings Made in 1977-80)

This Is Not the Answer: Kyle Saulnier and the Awakening Orchestra

Jaap Blonk
Traces of Speech: Jaap Blonk, Vo

Nico Huibregts
Hoe Alles Oplost: Various Musicians

Edgetone Records
Welcome to Psychoville: Philip Everett, El Lapharp, Xlarinet/ Anthony Flores, Dr/ Ray Schaeffer, El B/ Vantina O, Vo

Marco Serrato on Fb
Seis Canciones Para Cuesrvo: Marco Serrato, B

Barefoot Records
Gron: Henrik Walsdorff, as/ a P Melbye, B/ Kasper Tom, Dr

Maria Faust Jazz Catastrophe

Gaffer Records
Kynst!: Kasper Skullerud Vaernes, as/ Christian Meaas Svendsen, B/ Andreas Wildhagen, Dr

Tum
and It Happened-the Music of Henrik Otto Donner: Juhani Aaltonen, Ts, FL/ Johanna Livanainen, Vo/ Miko Hassinen, Conductor/ Henrik Otto Donner, Conductor + Tumorchestra

Carla Bley Trio at Jazz Dock in Prague

Carla Bley
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From the Prague Post:

Carla Bley is a highly regarded jazz composer and pianist, and her trio with bassist Steve Swallow and tenor saxophonist Andy Sheppard is a first-rate unit. Her upcoming concert at Jazz Dock, as part of the Jazz for Four Continents project, is an especially small venue for her, since she can pack major halls in other nearby European capitols. But this simply means that Prague is lucky that way.

Dirty Projectors’ Nat Baldwin Takes Inspiration From Connecticut’s Anthony Braxton

Anthony Braxton
Cover of Anthony Braxton

From the Hartford Courant:

Those connections are easily traced back to Baldwin’s time in Connecticut, where, as a student at the Hartt School, he got turned onto the music of Wesleyan composer Anthony Braxton. (Braxton’s son, Tyondai, himself a composer and performer, was a senior at Hartt when Baldwin was a freshman.) Pretty soon, Baldwin was spending more time in Middletown than Hartford, and eventually withdrew from Hartt. While sitting in on Braxton’s classes at Wesleyan, Baldwin started playing his teacher’s graphic scores with the Middletown Creative Orchestra, a group of like-minded musicians from various backgrounds.