Setola di Maiale New Releases

English: Peter Brötzmann, moers festival 2010

Source: setola di maiale.

Laboratorio Musicale Suono C plus Peter Brötzmann (Peter Brötzmann, Donato Console, Giuseppe Mariani, Gianni Console, Walter Di Serio, Giuseppe Tria)

Through Mysterious Exotic Barricades: Asian &Amp; African
Philip Corner

Live Spomen Dom
Jean-luc Guionnet / Markus Krispel / Boris Janje / Stefano Giust / Miklos Szilveszter

Love is a Mistery of Water and a Star
Fred Casadei

Kwats! (Roberto Dani, Sergio Fedele, Enrico Caimi, Davide Negrini)

Dola Suite
Rävelden Feat. Achille Succi (Luigi Bozzolan, Torbjörn ÖMalm, Markus Larsson, Achille Succi)

Songs of Deception
Merida Encuentro (Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin, Edgar Caamal)

Just Go There
Plot (Claudio Lodati, Rossella Cangini)

Tai Fest #1 (Vol.2)
Tai No-orchestra (Roberto Del Piano, Massimo Falascone, Roberto Masotti, Alessandra Novaga, Paolo Botti, Mario Arcari, Giancarlo Locatelli, Silvia Bolognesi, Angelo Contini, Pat Moonchy, Edoardo Ricci, Robin Neko, Gianluca Lo Presti)

Tai Fest #1 (Vol.1)
Tai No-orchestra (Roberto Del Piano, Massimo Falascone, Filippo Monico, Walter Prati, Mario Arcari, Claudio Lugo, Alberto Tacchini, Pat Moonchy, Stefano Bartolini, Riccardo Luppi, Eugenio Sanna, Silvia Bolognesi, Paolo Botti, Giancarlo Locatelli)

)))))((((( (Margaret Unknown, Markus Krispel)

A Closer Listen Reviews

Source: A Closer Listen.

Markus Mehr ~ Re-Directed
Various Artists ~ VA1+2 (Tavern Eightieth)
An Eilean Spring (Part III): Uwe Zahn, Porya Hatami & Darren McClure
An Eilean Spring (Part II): Daniel K. Bohm & Phi Bui
An Eilean Spring (Part I): Jason Van Wyk & Chris Dooks
Hummingbird ~ Glade

The Cornelia Street Cafe in May

Mark Helias at Cornelia street cafe Pnoto: Cla...

Source: New York’s Cornelia Street Cafe.

Thursday, May 12 – 8:00 & 9:30pm

Michaël Attias, alto sax; Ralph Alessi, trumpet; Jacob Sacks, piano; Sean Conly, bass; Tom Rainey, drums

Spun Tree is back for a rare appearance at the Café with special guest Jacob Sacks filling in for Matt Mitchell at the piano. Balance, risk, montage, artifice, flow, adventure… a tree spins itself into being, gathering light, making patterns of wood and green stuff. New music and a few leaves fallen from the quintet’s eponymous 2012 Clean Feed release will be on the program.

Saturday, May 14 – 9:00PM & 10:30PM

Aruán Ortiz, piano; Ingrid Laubrock, tenor sax; Mark Helias, bass; Tom Rainey, drums

This project brings together a cast of forward thinking and creative musicians, equally comfortable with improvisation and interpreting composed material. As a musical collective they push the limits of jazz and contemporary classical music, using the rhythms of the New World as an unit in perpetual motion.

Wednesday, May 18 – 8:00 & 9:30pm

Jon Irabagon, tenor sax; Luis Perdomo, piano; Yasushi Nakamura, bass; Rudy Royston, drums

The quartet, who released Behind the Sky (featuring Tom Harrell) last year, will perform brand new pieces by Irabagon. They’ll be performing these compositions in Argentina in the next few months, and record their next record shortly after that. These compositions build on the groundwork laid in Behind the Sky, and features more open, adventurous and spacious compositions that both swing and hint at group interaction.

Friday, May 20 – 9:00PM & 10:30PM

Hilmar Jensson, guitar; Hank Roberts, cello; Trevor Dunn, bass; Jim Black, drums

Icelandic guiarist/composer Hilmar Jensson joins forces with legendary cellist Hank Roberts, and long time rhythm section of bassist Trevor Dunn & drummer Jim Black. A first time meeting between these four improvisers of the NYC downtown scene.

Saturday, May 21 – 9:00PM & 10:30PM

Tony Malaby, tenor sax; Hank Roberts, cello; Michael Formanek, bass; Ben Perowski, drums

Thursday, May 26 – 6:00PM

Blaise Siwula, saxophones and clarinets; Eric Plaks, piano

Blaise Siwula – Eric Plaks – CD Release Performance for the new album Time In on No Frills Records. Experience a mesmerizing soundworld of unbridled improvisations by two NYC veterans of today’s creative music scene, Blaise Siwula (saxophones and clarinets), and Eric Plaks (piano). Channeling influences from a very broad spectrum of musical genres – gospel to free jazz with many stops in between – the duo creates a dense texture to delight the thoughtful ear and the listening mind. With this performance, Siwula and Plaks celebrate the 2016 release of their duet album on No Frills Records, Time In.

‘Zappa Plays Zappa’ Pits Zappa vs. Zappa 

Dweezil Zappa in Denmark with Zappa Plays Zapp...

Source: All is not peaceful in the House of Zappa.

For a decade, Dweezil Zappa, a son of the rock star Frank Zappa and a noted guitarist in his own right, has been paying tribute to his father’s music under the name Zappa Plays Zappa. The project, which features exacting performances of Frank Zappa’s famously complex music, has toured the world and won a Grammy. But when Dweezil Zappa takes the project on the road this summer, it will be with a far less catchy name: Dweezil Zappa Plays Frank Zappa.