DMG Newsletter April 8th 2016

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3 from Relative Pitch: The Out Louds: Tomas Fujiwara/Ben Goldberg/Mary Halvorson! Jemeel Moondoc & Hilliard Greene! Christian Wolff & Michael Pisaro! Sax Ruins (Tatsuya Yoshida & Ryoko Ono)! Keir Neuringer & Rafal Mazur! Matthew Revert & Vanessa Rossetto! Carlo Costa’s Acustica!

Flin van Hemmen/Todd Neufeld/Eivind Opsvik! Marco Eneidi’s Cosmic Brujo Mutafuka! Malcolm Goldstein/Ratchet Orchestra! More Movie Gold Rarities! Ruins Back-Catalogue Gems! Toshi Ichiyanagi! Plus Vinyl Rarities from: Stephen O’Malley! Arthur Russell! Steve Reich! Edgar Varese! More & More..!

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The DMG FREE Weekly In-Store Concert Series Continues With:

Sunday, April 10th – Another Rare Triple Header:
6pm: CHERYL PYLE BEYOND DUO With BERN NIX!
7pm: KADAWA: TAL YAHALOM – Guitar/ALMOG SHARVIT – Bass/BEN SILASHI – Drums
8pm: GORDON GRDINA & JON IRABAGON – Guitar & Oudist from Vancouver returns

Sunday, April 17th:
6pm: SARA SCHOENBECK / SANDRA WEISS / ANDREW DRURY- Two Bassoons & Percussion
7pm: ALLISON LAZUR – Solo Tuba & Fixed Media

Sunday, April 24th:
6pm: ROB PRICE / ELLERY ESKELIN / TREVOR DUNN
7pm: PATRICK BRENNAN / SEAN CONLY / BRIAN GRODER

Sunday, May 1st – 25th Anniversary Party for DMG! – Stay tuned..!

DMG is located at 13 Monroe St. (between Catherine & Market Sts) in a basement below a former Buddhist temple & beauty salon. Take the F train to East Broadway or the 6 train to Canal or the B or D to Grand, or the M-15 bus to Madison & Catherine. Come on Down, the Music Always Free & the Vibes are Quite Cosy!

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San Francisco Scene: April 8-15, 2016

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From the Bay Improviser Calendar:

Friday, April 8

Fri 4/08 8:00 PM Mills College Littlefield Concert Hall [5000 MacArthur Blvd Oakland]
Barry Douglas – Internationally renowned Irish pianist performs a program of works by Schubert and Brahms.

Fri 4/08 8:00 PM CTRL+SHFT gallery [1430 34th St, Oakland, CA 94608]
ALT+DEL Concert Series ~neem+OMMO+DunkelpeK~

Fri 4/08 8:00 PM Old First Concerts [1751 Sacramento St. SF]
Sarah Cahill RESIDENCY AT OLD FIRST CONCERTS
Sarah performs a program of music written for her over the past several decades, including works by John Adams, Terry Riley, Frederic Rzewski, Pauline Oliveros, Maggi Payne, Kyle Gann, Paul Dresher, and others.

Saturday, April 9

Sat 4/09 8:00 PM East Side Arts Alliance [2277 International Blvd Oakland, California 94606]
David Murray & Class Struggle
Performing at the EastSide Cultural Center on Saturday, April 9th David Murray & Class Struggle come to East Oakland with the intent to perform the music in Black communities to retain its historic and soulful roots.

Sat 4/09 8:30 PM Mills College Littlefield Concert Hall [5000 MacArthur Blvd Oakland]
California Electronic Music Exchange Concert – a program of electronic musicians from Mills, Stanford, UCSD, Cal Arts, and UCSB. With a variety of styles, instruments, and techniques, this concert is a unique opportunity to see contemporary experimental electronic music!

Sunday, April 10

Sun 4/10 2:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
The Fête Concert Series Celebrates Living Women Composers
Part two in a series honoring women from music’s history, present, and future. This recital features works by Elinor Armer, Belinda Reynolds, Emma Logan, and Rebecca Larkin performed in intimate pairings of piano, flute, and soprano.

Sun 4/10 4:30 PM California Jazz Conservatory [2087 Addison Street Berkeley]
The Holly Martins
Named after the main character in the classic postwar film, The Third Man, The Holly Martins is a trio of Bay Area musicians dedicated to exploring the boundaries of jazz-infused improvised music, but without the trappings of a traditional “rhythm section”.

Sun 4/10 6:00 PM Jazz Remedy / Vino Godfather Mansion on Mare Island / Vallejo, CA [500 Walnut Ave, Vallejo, CA]
Jazz Remedy presents saxophone master David Murray, his son Mingus, on guitar, and their Class Struggle Band for an unforgettable evening of music.

Sun 4/10 7:30 PM SIMM Series @ The Musicians Union Hall [116 9th St @ Mission SF]
7:30pm The Guthrie Project
Beth Schenck – saxophones, compositions
Matt Wrobel – guitar
8:30pm Noertker’s Moxie
Annelise Zamula – tenor sax, flute
Theo Padouvas – trumpet
Bill Noertker – contrabass, compositions
Jason Levis – drums

Monday, April 11

Mon 4/11 8:00 PM Hertz Hall [UC Berkeley campus near corner of College and Bancroft Berkeley]
Brooklyn trios TIGUE and Concert Black make their West Coast debuts, combining to perform SHELTER, Ravi Kittappa’s improvisatory deconstruction of the Rolling Stones classic Gimme Shelter. The piece saw it’s premiere on permutations092714 at the Dimenna Center for Classical music in NYC. In addition to SHELTER, each ensemble will perform selections from their commissioned and original repertoires.

Mon 4/11 9:00 PM The Night Light [311 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607]
Ings, Grex, and Dead Recipe at the Night Light
A one of a kind evening of outre pop and noisy rock, featuring:
Ings (w/Carmen Rothwell-b, Chris Icasiano-dms) (alternative, Seattle)
Grex (Karl Evangelista-g, Rei Scampavia-keys, Robert Lopez-dms) (art rock/free, Oakland)
Dead Recipe (noise/avant rock, Santa Cruz)

Mon 4/11 9:30 PM Studio Grand [3234 Grand Ave, Oakland]
Oakland Freedom Jazz Society Presents Neem, Tainted Pussy, + Maladama
Neem – a queer improvisational duo focusing on issues of identity, bodies, gender, sexuality, feminism, eroticism, & more within the music continuum.
Tainted Pussy – Performing noisy & remixed & kitty inspired cover songs.
Maladama – Experimental Electroballads by Regina Larre Campuzano

Tuesday, April 12

Tue 4/12 7:30 PM Tom’s Place [3111 Deakin Street Berkeley]
Wind Trio: Larry Ochs (sax), Dave Rempis (sax), Darren Johnston (trumpet)

Tue 4/12 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
permutations041216: TIGUE and Concert Black
Brooklyn-based trios TIGUE and Concert Black join forces to perform Shelter by Ravi Kittappa and each group’s commissioned and original music.

Wednesday, April 13

Wed 4/13 7:30 PM Canessa Gallery [708 Montgomery St SF]
Meridian Music Presents: Bob Ostertag & Bising Documentary. We are excited to present Bob Ostertag in his first Bay Area performance since returning from a year-long tour across the globe. Also will be the San Francisco debut of Adyhtia Utama & Riar Rizaldi’s documentary BISING covering the Indonesian noise and experimental music scene.

Wed 4/13 8:00 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Play or Die 2016 #2: REMPIS – JOHNSTON – OCHS plus: EAT THE SUN
The string trio Meet the Sun with Jason Hoopes (bass) Noah Phillips (gtr) and Gretchen Jude (koto) opens with another sublime set of collective string sounds, followed by SPECTRAL aka Dave Rempis (sax), Darren Johnston (tpt), and Larry Ochs (sax). Now in their fifth year and evolving into one of the finest horn trios in improvised music. Concert celebrates the digital release of Spectral’s 2015 live concert from Hallwalls in Buffalo, NY. These two bands should complement each other beautifully. Don’t miss it.

Thursday, April 14

Thu 4/14 7:30 PM CCRMA [660 Lomita Dr. Stanford, CA 94305]
Praised for her diverse talents, bassoonist Dana Jessen is highly active as a soloist, chamber musician, improviser and new music specialist. At CCRMA she will present an exciting program of recent works written for bassoon and electronics.

Thu 4/14 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Hybrid Modalities: Mills grad students in electroacoustic performance
Grad students in the “Seminar in Electronic Music Performance” taught by John Bischoff at Mills College will present an evening of recent work. Pieces will feature myriad sound sources and technologies including contact mics, custom circuits, traditional and non-traditional instruments, and laptops configured in various combinations.

Thu 4/14 8:00 PM Luggage Store Creative Music Series [1007 Market Street SF]
8pm: Thomas Dimuzio – electronics
9pm: John Davis – electronics, stringed instruments and tape loops with Paul Clipson – video

Friday, April 15

Fri 4/15 7:30 PM Center for New Music [55 Taylor St SF]
Guerrilla Composers Guild presents: Areon Flutes
Local champions Areon Flutes perform a set of brand new works in collaboration with the Guerrilla Composers Guild. Featured composers include Nick Benavides, Patrick Castillo, Eric Choate, Emma Logan, and Ryan Rey.

Fri 4/15 8:00 PM Old First Concerts [1751 Sacramento St. SF]
Mobius Trio
Robert Nance, guitar; Mason Fish, guitar; Matthew Holmes-Linder, guitar
Danny Clay a place that inhabits us
Belinda Reynolds Edges
Brendon Randall-Myers Making Good Choices
Anthony Porter needle-play
Robert Nance Plexus
Maurice Ravel, arr. Winton White String Quartet in F major – mvt. II. Très vif
Sergio Assad Kindergarten

S.E.M. Ensemble to Perform Works by Cage, Stockhausen, Lewis, Mitchell, Feldman and More

Source: S.E.M. Ensemble.

The Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble
Petr Kotik, Director
Joseph Kubera, Piano
Roscoe Mitchell, Saxophone
Seth Parker Woods, Violoncello
Lucie Vítková, Accordion
Petr Kotik, Conductor

MAY 9
Bohemian National Hall (321 East 73rd Street)
Petr Kotik String Noise William (2016) (Premiere)
George Lewis Not Alone (2015)
Lucie Vítková Places to Meet (2016) (Premiere)
John Cage Ryoanji (1985)
Intermission
Roscoe Mitchell They Rode For Them (2016) (Premiere)
Karlheinz Stockhausen Zeitmaße (1956)
Group Improvisation (Premiere)

May 11
Roulette (509 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn)
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Mikrofonie I (1964)
(Performed by Talea Ensemble)
Intermission
Petr Kotik: Music for 3 (1964)
In Memoriam Jan Rychlík
Alvin Singleton: Be Natural (1974)
Morton Feldman: Why Patterns? (1978)
Intermission
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Zeitmaße (1956)
John Cage: Concert for Piano and Orchestra (1958)
(Version with two orchestras)

No Response Festival in Cincinatti

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When: 6/23-6/24
Venue: Woodward Theater 1404 Main St. Cincinnati, OH 45202

Lineup:
JOHN BENDER- FIRST GIG IN OVER 30 YEARS! Man/myth minimal synth/cold wave pioneer and legend.

BILL ORCUTT (from San Francisco)- Ex-Harry Pussy guitarist, post-american primitive fractured-blues

C. SPENCER YEH (from New York)- solo voice/electronics

KEVIN DRUMM (from Chicago)- Beast electronics

AARON DILLOWAY (from Oberlin)- Tape loop manipulation and haunting electronics. Ex-Wolf Eyes, Hanson Records owner

HAIR POLICE (from Lexington/Detroit)- Structured chaos and psychedelic noise trio. Members of Three Legged Race, Clay Rendering, Attempt, ex-Wolf Eyes

SISSY SPACEK (from LA)- John Wiese led noisecore duo

SARAH DAVACHI (from Vancouver)- Modular synth drone and textured ambience

Jazz Listings From The New York Times

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The Bad Plus (through Sunday) An acoustic piano trio with a collectivist heart, the Bad Plus holds fast to the idea of a group identity, essential and inviolable. Last year the band released an excellent album with a respectful interloper, the saxophonist Joshua Redman, but here the lineup will strictly feature core members: the pianist Ethan Iverson, the bassist Reid Anderson and the drummer David King. At 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., Jazz Standard, 116 East 27th Street, Manhattan, 212-576-2232, jazzstandard.net. (Nate Chinen)

Crump/Lee/Maneri Trio (Tuesday) A string trio rooted in equilateral exchange and a pliability of timbre and texture, with Stephan Crump on bass, Okkyung Lee on cello and Mat Maneri on violin. At 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., the Jazz Gallery, 1160 Broadway, fifth floor, at West 27th Street, 646-494-3625, jazzgallery.org. (Chinen)

David Krakauer’s Ancestral Groove (Friday) On his lively new album, “Checkpoint,” the clarinetist David Krakauer continues an investigation into his Eastern European Jewish roots, melding a klezmer wail with funk, jazz and electronics. This concert will likewise feature Ancestral Groove, his band with Sheryl Bailey on guitar, the artist known as Keepalive on sampler, Jerome Harris on bass and Michael Sarin on drums. At 7 p.m., National Sawdust, 80 North Sixth Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 646-779-8455, nationalsawdust.org. (Chinen)

Pharoah Sanders Quartet (through Saturday) Mr. Sanders, 75, was one of several artists recognized early this week as a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master. He has since been in residence at Birdland, supporting his ecstatic, gruffly spiritual style with a muscular rhythm team: the pianist William Henderson, the bassist Nat Reeves and the drummer Greg Bandy. At 8:30 and 11 p.m., 315 West 44th Street, Clinton, 212-581-3080, birdlandjazz.com. (Chinen)

John Scofield Quartet Featuring John Medeski (through Sunday) The guitarist John Scofield has never met a groove he couldn’t finesse, whether in the context of groovy post-bop or slinky R&B. His marquee collaborator here, Mr. Medeski, is the keyboardist in Medeski Martin & Wood, with whom Mr. Scofield has joined forces often over the last 20 years. At 8 and 10:30 p.m., Blue Note, 131 West Third Street, Greenwich Village, 212-475-8592, bluenote.net. (Chinen)