Santa Sangre Reviews

Source: Santa Sangre.

Hemelbestormer ‎– Aether
Pattern Behavior – Electric Minds
Parallelism ‎– Angular Geometry
Vindicatrix – AL-Bashariyya
Echoes of Yul ‎– The Healing
Thisquietarmy ‎– Anthems for Catharsis
Le Revelateur – Hyper
Sieben – Briton

Kyle Motl and T.J. Borden on Tour

Source: Kyle Motl.

Cellist T.J. Borden and contrabassist Kyle Motl are embarking on a southwest tour in support of their new record, Consensual Fault, available first on tour, and digitally thereafter. Samples here.

March 18: Tucson AZ @ Tiny Town Gallery w/ Rough Idol, Sunfucked, Algae & Tentacles

March 19: Albuquerque NM @ CFA Downtown Studio: Wolf Tones presents: w/ Mark Weaver/Thollem McDonas duo

March 20: Pueblo CO @ Kadoya Gallery w/ Bob Marsh and Sue Wolf [2 duos and 1 quartet]

March 21: Fort Collins CO @ the Downtown Artery w/ Lavender Fields

March 22: Denver CO @ the Juice Church w/ Animal/object and Madchen in Uniform

March 23: Santa Fe NM @ Fresh Santa Fe w/ Pentet

March 24: Phoenix AZ @ the Trunk Space w/ Gulch, Andrew is Tired, and Ben Nandin

Duo Exchange with the Lost Civilizations Experimental Music Project and Utenzil

On March 20, 2016, the Duo Exchange poetry project will appear with the Lost Civilizations experimental music project and Utenzil in the Tap Room of the Black Squirrel, which is located at 2427 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009. The performance is free and open to all ages.

The Lost Civilizations experimental music project is a collaboration between Mike Sebastian (tenor sax, saxello and baritone sax) and T. A. Zook (basscello). Although essentially a duo, when schedules permit, it is joined by Jerry Busher (drums); Doug Kallmeyer (bass and electronics), Sam Lohman (drums) Larry Gomez (percussion), Patrick Whitehead (flügelhorn and trumpet) and Emily Chimiak (violin). At this performance, Sam Lohman will be accompanying the Lost Civilizations experimental music project on drums and Patrick Whitehead will be accompanying on flügelhorn and trumpet.

The Duo Exchange poetry project consists of Rod Smith and Dan Gutstein, both towering figures in American poetry:

​Rod Smith is the author of Deed, and several other collections of poetry, and is the publisher of Edge Books. He has taught at a number of colleges and was visiting writer at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in 2010. He is editing, along with two other writers, The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley. Rod is the manager of Bridge Street Books in Georgetown.

​Dan Gutstein is the author of two books – non/fiction and Bloodcoal & Honey – as well as stories and poems that have appeared in 100 magazines and anthologies, including Ploughshares, American Scholar, Prairie Schooner, Best American Poetry, and The Penguin Book of the Sonnet. He has taught writing at the University of Michigan, George Washington University, The Corcoran College of Art and Design, The Smithsonian, and The Writer’s Center, among other institutions. He lives in Washington, D.C.

​Utenzil is the solo project of Michael McMorris, which brings together fitful decades of musical experience/experiments plus software, laptops, mixer and instruments which include various controllers, a DIY double neck midi guitar, live guitar and voice.

New Releases From Clean Feed Records

Evan Parker, saxophonist, picture taken in Jaz...

Source: Clean Feed Records.

Crowded Solitudes
Eric Revis Trio

Julie Kjær 3

Awosting Falls
Starlite Motel

Leaps in Leicester
Alexander Hawkins | Evan Parker

Nearness And You, Duets and Improvisations by Roy Nathanson & Friends at The Stone
Roy Nathanson & Friends

Live at Zaal 100
Twenty One 4tet

Currents & Riptides
André Gonçalves

À La Face Du Ciel !
João Camões | Jean-Marc Foussat

Interview with Molly Herron 

Source: I Care Of You Listen.

Brooklyn-based composer Molly Herron is one fourth of the West 4th New Music collective and finds inspiration in both science and newly-invented instruments. Her most recent project, The Same River, was commissioned by Concert Black with texts by John Knight. Upcoming projects in 2016 include collaborations with Dartmouth College, West 4th New Music, and Mantra Percussion.