5049 Records Podcast – Episode 109, Eli Keszler 

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Eli Keszler is a wonderful and utterly unique composer, percussionist and visual artist. He studied music at the New England Conservatory and has performed with Joe McPhee, Anthony Coleman and Oren Ambarchi and many others. For this conversation we discuss Eli’s early days as a jazz head, his immersion into the world of visual art, improvisation and much much more. This is a great conversation, the kind of talk that was the impetus for this podcast. Enjoy.

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Taran’s Free Jazz Hour Podcast 07/2017

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Eli Wallace
the Angel and the Brute Sing Songs of Rapture: Eli Wallace, P/ Rob Pumpelli, Dr

Blaise Siwula
Rags to Ragas: Blaise Siwula Cl, as/ Luciano Troja, P

Amirani
Prossime Transcendenze: Gianni Mimmo, Ss + Two Different Sets of Musicians

Improvvisatore Involontario
Igiganti Della Montagna: Ferdinando D’urso: as Lorenzo Paesani: Pianoforte Federico Sconosciuto: Violoncello

Han Earl Park
Sirene: Han Earl Park, G/ Dominic Lash, B/ Mark Sanders, Dr/ Caroline Pugh, Vo, Tape Recdr

Cleanfeed
Iron Lung: Gorilla Mask

Avant Noir: Liza Mezzacapa Band

Too Lazy to Panik: Velkro

Noah Preminger
Meditations on Freedom: Noah Preminger Quartet

Hotcup
Loafer’s Hollow: Mostly Other People Do the Killing

Jeffrey Morgan/lawrence Casserley
Exoplanets: Jeffrey Morgan, as, P, Cl/ Lawrence Casserley, Signal Processing

5049 Records Podcast Episode 108 – MV Carbon  

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MV Carbon is a cellist/multi-media artist who has been active in broad range of creative activity since the mid 90s, including film, sound art, installations and clothing design. She has toured frequently with her band Metalux in addition to collaborating with some of the greatest musical thinkers of the last fifty years, including Tony Conrad and Charlemagne Palestine. For this conversation we talk veganism, Chicago, Tony Conrad, what happens after you die and a whole lot more. This is a good one.

5049 Records Podcast Episode 107 – Frank London 

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For episode 107, it is my great honor to speak with trumpeter, bandleader and composer Frank London. Since the 80s Frank has been at the forefront of the klezmer revival, a stalwart of the downtown scene of improvisers and a scholar of Jewish history. For this talk Frank takes me back to his early days in Long Island, his hippy days in Boston to his work with his seminal band, the Klezmatics. This is a conversation that I have wanted to happen for a long time and I am delighted to finally be able to share it.

Taran’s Free Jazz Hour Podcast 06/2017

English: Larry Ochs live at Saalfelden 2009 It...

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Raoul Van Der Weide
Earcinema: Raoul Van Der Weide, B, Crackle Box/ Gancalo Almeida, B

Music from Buenos Aires
Gustavo Obligado & Ariel Flores: G Obligado, Saxes/ a Flores, Dr, Electronics

Tecla Gato: Gustavo Obligado, Sax/ Pablo Vasquez, Electronics/ Caro Tierhs, Vln

Larry Ochs
Rova Orkestrova No Favorites

Krunosch
the Reverend and the Chinese Opera
Reflecting Reality

François Carrier
Freedom Is Space for the Spirit: Francois Carrier, as, Chinese Oboe/ Michel Lambert, Dr/ Alexey Lapin, P

Aut
Invisible Cities: Eloise Manera Ensemble

Cleanfeed
Eve Risser White Desert Orchestra

Leo
Live at Spanski: Frank Gratkowski, Sax/ Sebi Tramontana, Tbn

the Octopus: Nathan Bontrager, Elisabeth Coudoux, Nora Krahl, Hugues Vincent, Cello

Gerry Hemmingway
the Long Road: Mark Helias, B/ Gerry Hemngway, Dr/ Ray Anderson, Tbn

Rich Halley
the Wild: Rich Halley, Ts/ Carson Halley, Dr

5049 Records Podcast Episode 106 – Lester St. Louis 

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Lester St. Louis is a young cellist & composer who you will be hearing a lot from in the coming years. Born in Queens, he has been living in Brooklyn since he was seventeen, immersing himself in the city’s music scene. He has performed with Joe Morris, Dre Hocevar, Chris Pitsiokos and others, has presented several solo concerts, programs a music series in Brooklyn and for the past several years has managed the Lower East Side venue Spectrum.