New and Upcoming Releases From 577 Records 

Source: 577 Records.

Daniel Carter, Patrick Holmes, Matthew Putman, Hilliard Greene, Federico Ughi
Telepatica

Amanda Irarrázabal and Miriam Den Boer Salmón
Fauces

Sture Ericson, Pat Thomas, Raymond Strid
Bagman Live at Cafe Oto

Massimo Magee
Toneflower

Trio Xolo
In Flower, In Song

Daniel Carter, Evan Strauss, 5-Track, Sheridan Riley
The Uproar in Bursts of Sound and Silence

Jessica Ackerley, Patrick Shiroishi, Chris Williams, Luke Stewart, Jason Nazary
SSWAN: Invisibility is an Unnatural Disaster

Jessica Pavone, Lukas Koenig, Matt Mottel
Spam Likely

Francisco Mela and Zoh Amba
Causa y Efecto, Vol. 1

Cuneiform Records Artists on Tour

Source: CUNEIFORM RECORDS.

CHEER-ACCIDENT
August 5 – Seaprog – The Crocodile – 2501 First Ave – Seattle, WA
August 11 – Healer – 3631 East Raymond St – Indianapolis, IN
August 12 – The Pilot Light – 106 East Jackson Ave – Knoxville, TN
August 13 – The Wormhole – 2307 Bull St – Savannah, GA
August 14 – tba – Columbia, SC
August 15 – Rhizome – 6950 Maple St, NW – Washington, DC
August 16 – The Cave – 452 1/2 W. Franklin St. – Chapel Hill, NC
August 17 – Southgate House – 111 E 6th St – Newport, KY

GHOST RHYTHMS
September 3 – Festival Constellations – Jazz à la Villette Off – Parc de la Villette – Paris, France

JANEL LEPPIN / ENSEMBLE VOLCANIC ASH
July 15 – Sandlot Georgetown – 2715 Pennsylvania Ave, NW – Washington DC [7:00 pm – free!] – RECORD RELEASE SHOW!
July 18 – Rhizome – 6950 Maple St, NW – Washington, DC – RECORD RELEASE SHOW!
JANEL AND ANTHONY
July 16 – Sandlot Georgetown – 2715 Pennsylvania Ave, NW – Washington DC [7:00 pm – free!]

THE MICROSCOPIC SEPTET
July 17 – Jazz Forum – 1 Dixon Lane – Tarrytown, NY
July 21 – Smalls – 183 West 10th Street – basement – New York City, New York 10014

ED PALERMO
July 25 – The Iridium – 1650 Broadway – NYC, NY
August 6 – The Falcon – 1348 Rte 9W – Marlboro, NY 12542
September 3 – The Falcon – 1348 Rte 9W – Marlboro, NY 12542

SCHNELLERTOLLERMEIER
July 7 – Jazz Im Goethe-Garten 2022 – Goethe-Institut Lisboa – Campo dos Mártires da Pátria 37 – Lisboa, Portugal
July 9 – Radar Estudios – Rúa Iglesias Esponda 30 – Vigo, Spain
August 6 – Festival i de Marktgass – Marktgasse 33 – Bremgarten, Switzerland
September 4 – Jazz Festival Willisau – Vorstadt 21 – Willisau, Switzerland

THUMBSCREW
September 24 – tba – East Hampton, NY

Bargemusic Performance, July 22

Source: Bargemusic.

Bargemusic presents GRAMMY® Award-winning Ukrainian-American pianist Nadia Shpachenko on Friday, July 22nd at 7pm. On the Here and Now Series, GOAT chronicles the beautiful game. The ballet of the masses. The real university. Soccer! Fútbol! Such a microcosm of the crushing disappointments, the exuberant triumphs, the grueling struggles that make up life. Shpachenko has enlisted ten composers to capture the sounds, rhythms, spirit, and culture of the game for this new program of cutting-edge piano music, supported by New Music USA. Premieres of works by Christopher Cerrone, Pamela Z, Ian Dicke, Oliver Dubon, Tom Flaherty, Harold Meltzer, Dana Kaufman, David Sanford, Adam Schoenberg, and Evan Ware will have you on the edge of your seat laughing, crying, and cheering with all the tensions and intensity of matchday.

PROGRAM:

5 World Premieres, 5 New York/East Coast Premieres of soccer-inspired works.

Christopher Cerrone (b. 1984) Corridor of Uncertainty for piano and electronics (2022) World Premiere

Pamela Z (b. 1956) Balón for solo piano, tape, voice, and electronics (2021) New York/East Coast Premiere

With Pamela Z, pre-recorded and sampled voice

Ian Dicke (b. 1982) Telstar Loops for piano and electronics (2021) New York/East Coast Premiere

1. Tensegrity 2. Satellite 3. Buckyball

Oliver Dubon (b. 1997) The Hand of God for solo piano (2022) World Premiere

Tom Flaherty (b. 1950) Juego de Fútbol for piano and electronics (2022) World Premiere

Dana Kaufman (b. 1989) Honeyball for solo piano, fixed media, soccer cleats, and white gloves (2021) New York/East Coast Premiere

1. An Ungraceful Jog Trot 2. Change is Slow 3. Coquetry and Cleats

Harold Meltzer (b. 1966) Dribble for solo piano (2022) World Premiere

David Sanford (b. 1963) La Pulga Variations for solo piano (2021) New York/East Coast Premiere

1.Total Football 2. The Professional Irritant 3. The Impossibly Long Shadow 4. Il Classico 5. Celia 6. Baila Ahora 7. Magisterial

Adam Schoenberg (b. 1980) Last Dance for solo piano (2021) New York/East Coast Premiere

Evan Ware (b. 1977) Skillset for solo piano (2022) World Premiere

AMN Picks of the Week: Clucas, Motl & Hubbard / Fowler & Shipp / Dronny Darko & G M Slater / Tyshawn Sorey / Max Johnson / Tomb of Primordials

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.

Dan Clucas / Kyle Motl / Nathan Hubbard – Daydream and Halting (2022)
Chad Fowler / Matthew Shipp – Old Stories (2022)
Dronny Darko / G M Slater – Dissolving into Solitary Landscapes (2022)
Tyshawn Sorey – Mesmerism (2022)
Max Johnson – Hermit Music (2022)
Various Artists – Tomb of Primordials (Cryo Chamber) (2022)

Extended Techniques NYC Calendar For July 2022 

Source: extended techniques.

TUESDAY, July 5
6:30 Hery Paz, Nate Wooley, Tom Rainey
VENUE: DMG
ADMISSION: Free

WEDNESDAY, July 6
8 PM Patrick Holmes (clarinet) and Danny Tunick (vibraphone)
VENUE: Kent 411
ADMISSION: $10-15

WEDNESDAY, July 6
8:30 PM Patricia Brennan (vibraphone), Sylvie Courvoisier (piano), Trevor Dunn (bass), Dan Weiss (drums)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

THURSDAY, July 7
8:30 PM Sylvie Courvoisier (piano), Drew Gress (bass), Nasheet Waits (drums)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

WEDNESDAY, July 13
8 PM Lampshade (Chris Cochrane, Viv Corringham, Miguel Frasconi)
VENUE: Kent 411
ADMISSION: $10-15

FRIDAY, July 8
8:30 PM Mephista with guest Ned Rothenberg
Susie Ibarra (drums) Ikue Mori (electronics) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Ned Rothenberg (woodwinds)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

SATURDAY, July 9
6 PM Elliott Sharp Solo
7 PM Duology
Michael Marcus – Reeds, Ted Daniel – Trumpet, Lonnie Plaxico – bass, Darrell Green – drums
VENUE: New Agora, Socrates Sculpture Park
ADMISSION: Free

SATURDAY, July 9
8:30 PM Nasheet Waits (drums), Sylvie Courvoisier (piano), Wadada Leo Smith (trumpet)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

WEDNESDAY, July 13
6 PM Carnegie Hall Citywide: Attacca Quartet
Program:
Flying Lotus “Clock Catcher”
Flying Lotus “Remind U”
Flying Lotus “Pilgrim Side Eye”
Anne Müller “Drifting Circles”
Louis Cole “Real Life”
Arvo Pärt Summa
Ravel String Quartet in F Major
Performers: Attacca Quartet
VENUE: Madison Square Park
ADMISSION: Free

WEDNESDAY, July 13
8:30 PM Hypercolor
Eyal Maoz (guitar) James Ilgenfritz (bass) Lukas Ligeti (drums)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

THURSDAY, July 14
7:30 PM Kronos Quartet & Sam Green: A Thousand Thoughts | Roomful of Teeth
VENUE: Lena Horne Bandshell (9th Street & Prospect Park West)
ADMISSION: Free

SATURDAY, July 16
8:30 PM Dick/Heberer/Filiano/Ligeti Quartet
Robert Dick (flutes) Ken Filiano (bass) Lukas Ligeti (drums) Thomas Heberer (trumpet)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

Wednesday, July 20
6 PM Carnegie Hall Citywide: Attacca Quartet
Program:
Caroline Shaw Entr’acte
Caroline Shaw Blueprint
Caroline Shaw Limestone & Felt
Caroline Shaw The Evergreen
Caroline Shaw Valencia
Performers: Attacca Quartet
VENUE: Madison Square Park
ADMISSION: Free

WEDNESDAY, July 20
8 PM Lee Ranaldo & Michael Vallera
VENUE: Kent 411
ADMISSION: $10-15

WEDNESDAY, July 20
8:30 PM Connors / Mendoza
Loren Mazzacane Connors (guitar) Ava Mendoza (guitar)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

THURSDAY, July 21
8:30 PM First Landing with Abiodun Oyewole (Last Poets)
Abiodun Oyewole (spoken word) Ava Mendoza (guitar) Luke Stewart (bass)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

WEDNESDAY, July 27
6 PM Carnegie Hall Citywide: Attacca Quartet
Program:
Caroline Shaw Plan & Elevation
Philip Glass String Quartet No. 3, “Mishima”
Shostakovich String Quartet No. 8
VENUE: Madison Square Park
ADMISSION: Free

WEDNESDAY, July 27
8 PM Tim Berne / Aurora Nealand / Ches Smith
VENUE: Barbes
ADMISSION: $20

THURSDAY, July 28
8 PM Tomas Fujiwara & DoYeon Kim / Mary Halvorson: Clone Decay
Clone Decay is Mary Halvorson (guitar), Kalia Vandever (trombone) & Weston Olencki (trombone & electronics)
VENUE: The Owl
ADMISSION: $12

SATURDAY, July 30
8:30 PM Peter Evans (trumpets)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

A Spin Through Experimental Turntablism 

Source: Bandcamp Daily.

Experimental turntablism is mainly conceptual, exploring the potentials and limitations of the physical elements of vinyl, turntable, and needle. Rather than honing the skills that hip-hop and techno DJs have perfected, like scratching and beat juggling, experimental turntablists focus on the medium itself by marring the vinyl and altering pieces of the phonograph or introducing foreign objects like tape, glue, and paint.

Coming to Chicago

Source: Now Is.

Tuesday, July 05

Museum of Contemporary Art
220 E Chicago
312.280.2660
5:30PM-8:00PM
Tuesdays on the Terrace
The Jeremiah Review in a Tribute to Charles Mingus

Wednesday, July 06

Beat Kitchen
2100 W Belmont
773.281.4444
8:30PM
Splice Series
Emily Beisel, Erik Sowa, Jakob Heinemann, Peter Maunu

Thursday, July 07

Burlington Bar
3425 W Fullerton
773.384.3243
8:00PM
The Flying Luttenbachers : Weasel Walter, Alex Perkolup, Charlie Werber

Friday, July 08

Washington Park
5500 S King Dr
5:00PM
Live the Spirit Residency presents
Young Masters under the direction of Ernest Dawkins

Thalia Hall
1807 S Allport
312.526.3851
8:30PM
Triple Album Release Show
Daniel Villarreal
Anteloper : Jaimie Branch, Jason Nazary
Jeremiah Chiu, Marta Sofia Honer

The Best Experimental Music on Bandcamp: June 2022

Source: Bandcamp Daily.

All kinds of experimental music can be found on Bandcamp: free jazz, avant-rock, dense noise, outer-limits electronics, deconstructed folk, abstract spoken word, and so much more. If an artist is trying something new with an established form or inventing a new one completely, there’s a good chance they’re doing it on Bandcamp. Each month, Marc Masters picks some of the best releases from across this wide, exploratory spectrum. June’s selection includes late ’70s experimental punk, mid-’80s sound collage, water-based soundscapes, and 300 tenor saxes in one song.