Vital Weekly Reviews 1129

Source: Vital Weekly.

JEMH CIRCS – (UNTITLED) KINGDOM (CD by Cellule) *
JOHN TILBURY & KEITH ROWE & KJELL BJØRGEENGEN – SISSEL (CD by Sofa) *
EVELIEN VAN DEN BROEK – FALSE MEMORIES (CD, private)
SHE SPREAD SORROW – MIDORI (CD by Cold Spring)
FRANS DE WAARD & TAKUJI NAKA & TIM OLIVE – FALSE MERCURY (CD by 845 Audio) *
LUCRETIA DALT – ANTICLINES (CD by Rvng Int) *
BEN BERTRAND – NGC 1999 (CD by Les Albums Claus) *
DAIMON – DUST (CD by Silentes) *
ORQUESTA DEL TIEMPO PERDIDO – STILLE (CD by Shhpuma)
ALEJANDRO FRANOV – ALBRICIAS (CD by Panai) *
ASUNA – ORGAN LEAVES (CD by Vector) *
ASUNA – MILLE DROPS (CD by Recit) *
CASIOTONE COMPILATION 7 (mini CD by Aotoa)
LE TON MITE – I’M GOING TO THE STORE TO GET SOME VEGETABLES (mini CD by Aotoa) *
MAP 165 – OF ADAM SLEEPING IN THE LAP OF GOD (CDR by Rural Colours) *
COLD VOODOO – AB+ (cassette by Wide Ear Records)
A LINEAR THOUGHT (7” by Wide Ear Records)
TODD ANDERSON-KUNERT – A GOOD TIME TO GO (cassette by Nonlinear) *
SIMON WHETHAM – OPEN AND CLOSED CIRCLES (cassette by Mappa) *
CALINECZKA – WYDATEK NEUTRONÓW PODCZAS POBUDZONEJ WYBUCHOWO KOMPRESJI DEUTER-TRYT W UKŁADZIE CYLINDRYCZNYM Z WARSTWĄ O DUŻEJ INERCJI (cassette by Szara Reneta Tapes)

Taran’s Free Jazz Hour Podcast 07/2018

English: Japanese avant-garde jazz pianist and...

Source: Taran’s Free Jazz Hour.

slowfoot
celebrate: finn peters, as, fl/ oren marshall, tuba/ tom skinner, dr

nottwo
planets of kei: samo salamon, ac g/ szilard mezei, vla/ achille succci, bcl, as

slam
suite of dreams: george haslam, bar sax, cl, taragato/ richard leigh, p, keyb/ steve kershaw, b, electronics

whirlwind
blues for maggie: Zhenya Strigalev – alto sax, soprano sax, alto box, electronics Federico Dannemann – guitar Linley Marthe – bass guitar, keyboards Eric Harland – drums

why play jazz
live at bimhuis: philipp gropper’s philm

hernán samá
Sounds from the field. For animals and wildlife: Hernán Samá, soprano sax and tenor / Marcelo von Schultz, drums

yoann loustalot
old and new songs: yoann loustalot quartet

setola di maiale
bag of screams: paul rogers, b/ emil gross, dr, perc

libra
kira kira: natsuki tamura, tp/ satoko fujii, p/ alister spence, electric p, effects, pedals/ ittetsu takemura, dr

einnicken
eternity and a day: the electric MZ

valid records
masters of improvisation: kidd jordan, ts/ alvin fielder, dr/ joel futterman, p/ steve swell, tbn

whirlwind
blues for maggie: Zhenya Strigalev – alto sax, soprano sax, alto box, electronics Federico Dannemann – guitar Linley Marthe – bass guitar, keyboards Eric Harland – drums

Marc Ribot Interview

English: Marc Ribot

Source: Aquarium Drunkard.

Of course, subtlety is perfectly within his wheelhouse. Ribot’s resume is extensive, having played with John Zorn, Tom Waits, the Lounge Lizards, Elvis Costello, Neko Case, Marianne Faithfull, Allen Toussaint, and dozens more high profile artists. But Ceramic Dog gives the guitarist a chance to rage. Teaming with Shahzad Ismaily, known for his work with Secret Chiefs 3, Will Oldham, and Ben Frost, and drummer Ches Smith, who’s worked with Xiu Xiu and Secret Chiefs 3, Ribot indulges his wildest, most raw impulses.

Bo-Peep, PAK, Shardik, Woodhead in NY, April 27

English: Ron Anderson at the Silent Barn with PAK

Source: Facebook Events.

BO-PEEP is a powerful and exciting “punk” band from Tokyo, Japan that blend chaotic guitar riffs, brutal rhythm and manic vocals with a melodic sensibility that echoes the raw but infectious energy of the grunge era. http://bo-peep3.com/english

This is the first concert of the new reincarnation of PAK. After playing bass in PAK for many years Ron Anderson is back on guitar with a more powerful heavier sound. New members Steve Blanco (Imperial Triumphant) on bass and Larry Kwartowitz (Cleric) on drums are helping in stretching the bands previous boundaries, pushing PAK to new sonic directions. https://www.facebook.com/PAK.RonAnderson http://www.ronanderson-molecules.com/

SHARDIK is trio project from Matt Hollenberg the burning guitarist of Cleric. Shardik blends avant-garde classical, free jazz, dissonant math metal, ambient and world music into a powerful new mix. https://www.facebook.com/ShardikBand

Opening band WOODHEAD. In addition to a commitment to riveting live performances, Woodhead’s inspired music combines pop, new wave, no wave, avant jazz, crisp, intriguing lyrics, and occasionally atonal melodies. They are currently recording a new album with legendary producer Martin Bisi.

This Friday April 27th, door at 8:00pm
The Gateway – 1272 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11221
$10

Avant Scena Reviews

Fred Lonberg-Holm in 2002

Source: Avant Scena.

Christoph Gallio, Paula Shocron, Pablo Díaz – “STATEMENTS” (NendoDango Records, 2018)

PUI4 – Viegas, Guazzaloca, Zingaro, Rosso – “A Pearl in Dirty Hands” (Aut Records, 2018)

Silvan Schmid Quintet – “At Gamut” (Hat Hut Records, 2018)

Duo Baars-Henneman – “Canzoni de Primavera” (Wig, 2018)

Paul Jolly & Mike Adcock – “Risky Furniture” (33Jazz, 2018)

Fred Lonberg-Holm|Simon Camatta – “crazy notions” (Umland Records, 2018)

Steve Cohn|John Marglin|Carl Baugher – “Futurity” (Tube Room Records, 2018)

Can Profiled

former Can singer Damo Suzuki performing live ...

Source: Premier Guitar.

Dubbed “krautrock” by a smitten but condescending British press, the new German sound fused electronic music and avant-garde sensibilities with psychedelic pop and ambient textures and soundscapes. Bands like Neu!, Faust, Kraftwerk, Harmonia, and Amon Düül II were prolific and influential. Their innovations were eventually adopted by A-list tastemakers like David Bowie, Brian Eno, and many others. But every scene has its outliers, and krautrock’s was Can.