Upcoming Shows at Trinosophes

From Detroit’s Trinosophes:

Thursday, July 10: Three solo sets by Frank Rosaly, Mike Tamburo, Carl Hultgren
Doors at 8 pm; $6.

Thursday, July 17: Cheick Hamala Diabate
Doors at 8 pm; $10 suggested minimum donation.

Saturday, July 19: Mothlight cinema and mobile Frames present the films of Fern Silva
9 pm. Donation.

Coming Soon:
July 26: BFF Fest
July 28: TJ Borden
July 31: Oneida
August 1: The Raw Truth
August 16: William Hooker Trio
August 19: The Clean
August 25: Jessica Pavone
August 30: Jimbo Fest

Coming to Seattle

Wayne Horvitz
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From Seattle’s Wayward Music Series:

Bad Luck + Sequoia Ensemble
Thu., July 10, 8:00 PM; $5 – $15 at the door

In Earshot Jazz’s annual Jazz: The Second Century series, six Seattle-area artists selected by a “blind jury” present original work that questions and expands the jazz form. Bad Luck (Chris Icasiano, drums + Neil Welch, sax) perform compositions using live loops and effects. Sequoia Ensemble is a septet led by Levi Gillis, draws inspiration from natural landscapes to produce earthy, lush, and colorful sounds.

Sumi Tonooka Trio
Sat., July 12, 8:00 PM; $5 – $15 at the door

Debut performance of Sumi Tonooka’s West Coast trio (Max Wood, drums + Michael Glynn, bass), featuring a historical perspective of Sumi’s original music from her earliest trio recordings through the present. The group has been meeting for the past few months, developing a cohesive sound and identity, and exploring and experimenting with freer forms and non traditional approaches within various musical settings.

Vanessa Skantze & Friends
Fri., July 11, 8:00 PM; $5 – $15 at the door

verde, que te quiero verde! a butoh/sound improvisation — Celebration and requiem in every breath, in every flower. Vanessa Skantze (butoh), Tom Swafford (violin), and noisepoet-nobody (analog synthesis) collaborate frequently and are pleased to welcome Eveline Muller (percussion) into this evening’s creation. Special guest Stephen Fandrich opening the gate with solo piano.

Substrata 1.4
July 17, 18, 19, 8:00 PM; $40/day, $100/pass

Substrata explores varying perspectives of scale though the use of sound, composition and visuals. Three nights of performances featuring internationally renowned artists working within the cutting edge where structural abstraction meets physical dynamics – live electronic music incorporating traditional and non-traditional instruments. Advance ticket sales only, and it is almost sold out, so buy tickets now!
Upcoming Events (always subject to change)

THU. 7/24 – Earshot’s Jazz: the 2nd Century series: netcat + Volpicella – Marcus Quartet

FRI. 7/25 – Briggan Krauss & Wayne Horvitz

SAT. 7/26 – The Noisemakers

THU. 7/31 – Earshot’s Jazz: the 2nd Century series: Greg Belisle-Chi + Trimtab

FRI. 8/1 – Brad Linde (sax) & Erika Dohi (piano) + Syrinx Effect

WED. 8/6 – Lawson + Park Details + Kolovos + $75 Bill

THU. 8/7 – Jesse Olsen Bay + Megan O’Donoghue-Williams

Upcoming Wordless Music Shows

Neutral Milk Hotel
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From New York’s Wordless Music:

Neutral Milk Hotel
Circulatory System
Celebrate Brooklyn! at Prospect Park
July 22-23, 2014

Beasts of the Southern Wild
Dan Romer & Benh Zeitlin
Ryan McAdams, conductor
The Barbican, London
July 30-31, 2014

The Rock*a*Teens
Will Sheff / Bird of Youth
August 9-10, 2014

There Will Be Blood Live
(screening + film score)
Wordless Music Orchestra
with Jonny Greenwood
United Palace, NYC
September 19-20, 2014

Carla Bozulich
William Tyler
Le Poisson Rouge, NYC
September 23, 2014

Nils Frahm
Dawn of Midi
Church of St. Paul & St. Andrew, NYC
November 21, 2014

Newsbits: Geri Allen at the Stone / New Anna Webber and Matt Ulery Releases / Guelph Jazz Interim Director

Chris Speed
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Geri Allen at the Stone in NY is reviewed.

New York-based composer, saxophonist and flutist Anna Webber’s new release Simple, featuring Matt Mitchell on piano and John Hollenbeck on drums, will be released on Chris Speed’s Skirl Records on September 16th, 2014.

Chicago bassist and composer Matt Ulery will release his album, In The Ivory, on September 16, featuring his core trio plus violinist Zach Brock, vocalist Grazyna Auguscik and 3-time grammy-Winning New Music Ensemble, eighth blackbird.

The Guelph Jazz Festival is looking for an interim artistic director.