The Tzadik-released debut from Blue Buddha is reviewed at AudAud.
Strut Records is releasing a new Sun Ra compilation, To Those Of Earth… And Other Worlds.
The International Contemporary Ensemble’s first show of their Fall season is reviewed.
Jvtlandt has released the debut album by French / Belgian powertrio Tandaapushi, featuring Léo Dupleix, Laurens Smet and Louis Evrard on keyboards, bass and drums.
After three years Frank Rosaly returns to Utech Records with Malo, his second full-length release for the label. Malo is a five track suite of sinister percussion and ambiguous space.
And finally, a Steve Roach video profile is available:
Source: Gapplegate Music Review.
Karl Berger / Kirk Knuffke, Moon
Darius Jones Quartet featuring Emilie Lesbros, Le bebe de Brigitte (Lost in Translation)
Chamber 4, Marcelo Dos Reis, Luis Vicente, Theo Ceccaldi, Valentin Ceccaldi
Kelsey/Porter Duo, Plays Ornette Vol. 1, Free
The concert, part of the Austrian Cultural Forum’s Moving Sounds festival, also featured an American premiere by the composer Georg Friedrich Haas.
Source: The New York Times.
Scelsi Rediscovered” was the title given to the Argento Chamber Ensemble’s simmering concert Friday evening at the Czech Center New York. But it hasn’t been all that long since this enigmatic, reclusive Italian master was discovered in the first place. Not until the years before Scelsi’s death in 1988 did his works — some more than 50 years old at that point — become widely known.