Point of Departure 68 is Out

Source: Point of Departure.

Issue 68 – September 2019

Page One: a column by Bill Shoemaker

Nicole Mitchell: The Edge of Beauty: an interview with Troy Collins

Guillermo Gregorio: Otra Music: an interview with Jason Weiss

Ezzthetics: a column by Stuart Broomer

The Book Cooks:
Henry Cow: The World is a Problem
Benjamin Piekut
(Duke University Press; Durham and London)

Moment’s Notice: Reviews of Recent Recordings

TeslaFM Online Radio

A new streaming radio station is available at TeslaFM. According to its founder, the station is “focused in sound art, experimental electronics, classical music, old music from 19th to first half of the 20th century, avantgarde jazz and wave.”

I’ve been listening to it for a while today and finding it quite enjoyable. Check it out.

AMN Picks of the Week: Noah Preminger / Keith Fullerton Whitman / Briggan Krauss / William St. Hugh / Harmergeddon

Here is where I post, at a frequency of about once a week, a list of the new music that has caught my attention that week. All of the releases listed below I’ve heard for the first time this week and come recommended.

Noah Preminger – Zigsaw: Music of Steve Lampert (2019)
Keith Fullerton Whitman – STS (2019)
Briggan Krauss – Art of the Saxophone: The Lethe Lounge Sessions (2019)
William St. Hugh – The Luciferian (2019)
Harmergeddon – Heat Lightning (2019)

Avant Scena Reviews

Source: Avant Scena.

“A” Trio – “Music To Our Ears” (Al Maslakh, 2019)

Sloth Racket – “Dismantle Yourself” (2019)

From Wolves to Whales – “Strandwal” (Aerophonic Records, 2019)

Arashi – “Jikan” (PNL Records, 2019)

Rodrigo Amado / Dirk Serries – “Jazzblazzt” (Raw Tonk Records, 2019)

Jonathon Crompton – “Intuit” (New Lab Records, 2019)

Narvesen/Gordoa/Sjöström/Bauer/ Wachsmann – “Up and Out” (Amirani Records, 2019)

Vital Weekly Reviews 1198

Source: Vital Weekly.

DE FABRIEK – REMIXES VOL. 1 (CD by De Fabriek) *
ANTOINE BEUGER – TRACES OF ETERNITY: OF WHAT IS YET TO BE (CD by A New Wave Of Jazz) *
ANTOINE BEUGER – NOW IS THE MOMENT TO LEARN HOPE (CD by A New Wave Of Jazz) *
DANIEL THOMPSON & COLIN WEBSTER – BOSKAGE (CD by A New Wave Of Jazz) *
BENEDICT TAYLOR & ANTON MOBIN – CLOSE/QUARTERS (CD by A New Wave Of Jazz) *
USAMI / SOUND MAPPING CAMP – GEMER GOTHIC ROUTE (CD compilation by Mappa Editions)
DIASTOLIC MURMURS & FURT – HOSPITAL OF THE SOUL (CD by Psych Kg) *
FRESH DUST TRIO – HILARIOUS EXPERTS (CD by FMR Records)
MICHAEL VLATKOVICH – 5 WINDS: FIVE OF US (CD by Pfmentum) *
HENRIK OLSSON – HAND OF BENEDICTION (LP by Barefoot Records)
PHILIP SCHAUFELBERGER & CHRISTIAN WOLFARTH – DISCOVER ANTHROPOLOGY! (LP by Wide Ear Records)
DRONE A CLOCHETTES (LP by Le Cri De La Harpe)
TAMAGAWA – LIVE IN JAPAN (10″ by Le Cri De La Harpe)
STROTTER INST. & PETER VUKMIROVIC STEVENS – BILE NOIRE (LP by Arpaviva)
AKI ONDA & PAUL CLIPSON – MAKE VISIBLE THE GHOSTS (LP by Audiomer)
FRANK NIEHUSMANN & HAINER WÖRMANN – KABEL (LP by NurNichtNur)
PLUS INSTRUMENTS – AIM FOR THE CENTER (CDR by Dewclaw Ditties) *
KLINIKUM – RAIN OF SAND (cassette, private) *

Eloe Omoe & John Alan Kennedy Perform “In C” in Houston

Source: Nameless Sound.

Different Artists and Performers
Every Monday
Two distinct sets each night
7:30-9:30pm
Doors open at 7pm
at Lawndale
4912 Main St.
(parking behind the building on Travis & Rosedale)

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THEY, WHO SOUND
on September 23, 2019
will feature:
Eloe Omoe
&
John Alan Kennedy, performing Terry Riley’s “In C”

Eloe Omoe is:
Tim Leanse (Los Angeles) – drums
Sam Rowell (Los Angeles) – electric bass

John Alan Kennedy is:
John Alan Kennedy (Houston) – synthesizers, samplers, video