Mary Halvorson on Tour This Week in Brazil and New York

From Mary Halvorson:

Wednesday, August 6th @ Centro Cultural São Paulo (São Paulo, Brazil)
Mary Halvorson solo guitar

Thursday, August 7th @ SESC Pompéia (São Paulo, Brazil)
Anthony Braxton Diamond Curtain Wall Quartet
Anthony Braxton (reeds), Ingrid Laubrock (reeds), Taylor Ho Bynum (cornet) & Mary Halvorson (guitar)

Friday, August 8th @ SESC Pompéia (São Paulo, Brazil)
Anthony Braxton Diamond Curtain Wall Quartet
Anthony Braxton (reeds), Ingrid Laubrock (reeds), Taylor Ho Bynum (cornet) & Mary Halvorson (guitar)

Sunday, August 10th @ The Stone (Ave C @ 2nd Street, NYC) 10pm
Nels Cline (guitar) & Mary Halvorson (guitar)

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Interpretations Fall / Winter Schedule at the Roulette

English: Roscoe Mitchell, moers festival 2009
English: Roscoe Mitchell, moers festival 2009 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From New York’s Interpretations:

Interpretations announces its 26th Season!
New York’s Home for the Musical Avant-Garde
All concerts at 8PM. Tickets $15/$10 students, seniors, Roulette Members.

September 11, 2014 – A Tribute To Robert Ashley, with Thomas Buckner, Joseph Kubera, Conrad Harris, & Pauline Kim Harris

September 25, 2014 – Evan Parker Solo // Earl Howard & JD Parran

October 23, 2014 – Michael Byron’s “Celebration” // John King Selections from “Free Palestine”

November 20, 2014 – Marie Incontrera & the Eco-Music Big Band: Tribute to Fred Ho // Warren Smith

December 11, 2015 – Chris Brown, Frank Gratowsky & William Winant // Fast Forward

January 29, 2015 – Bozzini Quartet // String Noise (Conrad Harris & Pauline Kim)

February 26, 2015 – Thurman Barker’s Strike Force

March 19, 2015 – Thomas Buckner: AACM 50th Anniversary Tribute (works by Muhal Richard Abrams, Leroy Jenkins, Roscoe Mitchell, Henry Threadgill and Wadada Leo Smith)

Coming to Seattle

English: Photograph of Amy Denio, taken in Sea...

From Seattle’s Wayward Music Series:

Lawson + Park Details + Kolovos + 75 Dollar Bill
Wed., Aug. 6; 7:30; $5 – $15 at the door

Lawson is the large-ensemble project of Seattle-based saxophonist and composer Jacob Zimmerman, comprised exclusively of sustaining instruments (strings, winds, synthesizers), orchestrated to make the ensemble function as a massive instrument unto itself. They are joined by Park Details and Peter Kolovos (both from Los Angeles) and from Brooklyn the Mauritanian-tinged duo 75 Dollar Bill, featuring the great drummer Rick Brown (V-Effect, etc.)

Rene Barge & Gustavo Matamoros
Sat., Aug. 9; 8:00 PM; $5 – $15 at the door

Miami composers/media artists Rene Barge and Gustavo Matamoros perform an evening-length immersive work akin to their sonic explorations with David Dunn in the Frozen Music Ensemble. Their materials will consist of recorded sounds manufactured by the duo through manipulation of objects, processed and virgin field recordings made in Miami, and electronically generated sounds intended to highlight otherwise inaudible acoustical features of the performance space.

Jesse Olsen Bay + Megan O’Donoghue-WIlliams
Thu., Aug. 7; 8:00 PM; $5 – $15 at the door

San Francisco’s Jesse Olsen Bay celebrates the release of Makings, a song cycle based on unpublished writings by his grandmother, the legendary author Tillie Olsen. Playing various instruments and objects, he’s joined by Seattle percussionist Paul Kikuchi. Megan O’Donoghue-Williams returns from Indonesia, presenting work from her upcoming album, Peshawar, written while living in Central Java and working as a traditional singer for shadow puppet theater.

FRI. 8/15 – Parnassus Project

SAT. 8/16 – Seattle Noise Collective: Noisegasm + Distorrent + Coreena + Ron Rice

WED. 8/20 – Trio Tritticali + 2125 Stanley Street

THU. 8/21 – People. Make. Awesome. (curated by Beth Fleenor): improvised duos with Amy Denio, Randall Dunn, Stephen Fandrich, Beth Fleenor, Trey Gunn, Alex Guy

Hideous Porta 13 London in September

From Hideous porta:

Hideous Porta 13 will take place at Apiary Studios, London E2. The second of these all day instalments will be an event on Saturday 20th September celebrating organised electronic matter.

Date: Saturday 20th September
Venue: Apiary Studios
Tickets: £6 (advance) £8 (Door)
Doors: 4pm onwards

Renato Rinaldi
Electro mechanical engineering
soundcloud.com/renato-rinaldi

Durgan, Julian, Macedo, Wall & Beloeil
Mixed amalgamations; analog & digital
markdurgan.blogspot.co.uk
cmx.org.uk
theblackplume.com
utterpsalm.blogspot.co.uk
jacbeloeil.blogspot.co.uk

Nicola Ratti
Skeletal frameworks
nicolaratti.com

Michael Speers
Percussive enhancements
michaelspeers.tumblr.com

Sebastiano Carghini
Conditioned synthetic studies
sebastianocarghini.tumblr.com

Morfar Fiskeren
Allusive apparitions

DJ Multitasking
Substantial squelch

Musique Machine Reviews

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From Musique Machine:

Bete Lumineuse – Murmure du Charnier
Figures Of Solitude – The Night Watchman
Anonymous – Antietam
Burning Swallows – Phantom Limb Sensations
Nachtmystium – The World We Left Behind
Nachtmystium has been a controversial band not due to church burnings or murders, but because of the
Miloš Karadagliæ – Aranjuez
John Carpenter – Assault on Precinct 13 (OST)
Tenebrious/Ascetic Hedonism – Split
Automating – Somnambuli​st
Luie Luie – Touchy
Ákos Garai – The Imagined River