Crow with No Mouth Summer Concert Series in St. Paul

Source: Crow with No Mouth.

From June to September this year, the crow concert series will present four remarkable composer/performers in a solo setting; all four will offer music for acoustic instruments combined with nuanced electronics.

Join us – your support of the crow concert series, which continues to bring seldom-heard music to a room designed for listening, is crucial.

All events ~ Studio Z 275 East Fourth St. St Paul
7:30 door / 8:00 music / $15 at the door (cash preferred)

June 16 Morgan Evans-Weiler (violin / electronics) http://www.me-w.org/

July 8 Andrew Weathers (guitar / electronics) http://andrewweathers.com/

August (date TBD) David Dove (trombone / electronics) http://www.namelesssound.org/

September 17 Jacob Wick (trumpet / electronics) http://jacobwick.info/new/improviser/

Sirene 1009 at Cork School of Music, May 19

Source: buster & friends.

This Friday (19 May 2017): final part of the Arts Council funded series, and the end of a string of performances that included a tour of Wales, England and N. Ireland. I am extremely fortunate to have shared the stage with such crafty and imaginative players; Dom’s never-ruffled, obliquely systematic low-frequency booms, Caroline’s bizarro tricks with and without microphone, and Mark’s delicate and sensitive clouds of garbage cans. For this event, not only do you get two stupendously creative groups of musicians (with a set by Catherine Sikora and Dan Walsh), but with live sound by Alex Fiennes (who recorded our album!), you’ll never have heard noise with such fidelity. See you there!

May 19, 2017
Stack Theatre
Cork School of Music
Union Quay
Cork, Ireland 8:00pm (doors: 7:45pm)

Sirene 1009 (Han-earl Park: guitar; Dominic Lash: double bass; Mark Sanders: drums; and Caroline Pugh: voice and electronics).

Also performing: Catherine Sikora (saxophones) and Dan Walsh (drums).

Avant Scena Reviews

Source: Avant Scena.

Akropolis Reed Quintet – “The Space Between Us” (Innova, 2017)
Fernando Benadon – “delight​/​delirium” (New Focus Recordings, 2017)
Eivind Opsvik – “Overseas V” (Royal Label, 2017)
Trio Heinz Herbert – “The Willisau Concert” (Intakt, 2017)
Samo Salamon Sextet – “The Colours Suite” (Clean Feed, 2017)

5049 Records Podcast: Episode 115 – Luke Stewart 

Source: 5049 Records.

Luke Stewart is a Washington DC based bass player who is quickly making a name for himself as a remarkable multi-tasking multi-instrumentalist. Originally from Mississippi, Luke keeps busy with a wide variety of activity from solo electronic music to collaborations with Brandon James Lewis and Heroes Are Gang Leaders, as well as writing about jazz for the website that he helped establish, CapitalBop. He also hosts “Jam Session: The Vibes Edition” on WPFW-FM every Wednesday at midnight. Luke is a thoughtful and dynamic musician from whom you will be hearing a lot in the coming years.

Musique Machine Reviews

English: Voïvod in 1986.

Source: Musique Machine.

Swans/ Michaeal Gira – The Great Annihilator/ Drainland
Laurence Crane / asamisimasa – Sound Of Horse
Smell & Quim – Jesus Christ/ The Jisom Killers
Tim Blake – Crystal Machine
Sutcliffe Jugend – Slaves
Gryphon – Red Queen To Gryphon Three
Marisa Anderson – Mercury
Of Earth and Sun – Uncoiled
Obscene Noise Korporation – Primitive Terror Action/The Rape of the Blue Plane
Voivod – Rrröööaaarrr(CD/DVD)