Musique Machine Reviews

From Musique Machine:

Vice Wears Black Hose – Part 2
Vice Wears Black Hose is harsh noise/wall noise project that brings together two respected US noise mongers in the form of Sam McKinlay of The Rita and Richard Ramirez of Werewolf Jerusalem & Black Leather Jesus. This cdr takes in one long 40 minute track of unforgiving harsh static texturing and suffocation.

Die Rote Form – Grass Breaks Concrete
Die Rote Form make very stern yet grimly atmospheric licked power electronics meets old school industrial sonics. Grass Breaks Concrete is the band second full length cdr release packed in a nice professional manner in a glossy paper oversized sleeve.

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Henry Grimes: Event Schedule

From Henry Grimes:

Sunday, April 5th, ‘O9: Henry Grimes Presents Leo Lindberg!, Middle Collegiate Church, 2nd Ave. betw. 6th & 7th St’s, NYC, 6 p.m., 212-477-O666, free admission, donations requested, (click on “Jazz on High” on the calendar date April 5th).

Wednesday, April 15th: Henry Grimes and Brandon Ross Present Leo Lindberg!, Issue Project Room, 232 Third St. (at 3rd Ave.), 3rd floor, Brooklyn, NY, 2 sets from 8:3O p.m., tickets $15, 718-33O-O313,, directions,

Sunday, April 26th: Deep Tones for Peace, an international Internet all-acoustic bass performance for peace in the Middle East, taking place simultaneously in Jerusalem and NYC and streamed worldwide, performed simultaneously by 16 bassists located in both cities: Thierry Barbe (France), Ora Boazsson (Israel), Mark Dresser (USA), Shayna Dulberger (USA), Trevor Dunn (USA), Ken Filiano (USA), Irina-Kalina Goudeva (Bulgaria/Denmark), Henry Grimes (USA), James Ilgenfritz (USA), J.C. Jones (Israel), Michael Klinghoffer (Israel), Chi Chi Nwanoku (UK), William Parker (USA), Barre Phillips (USA/France), David Phillips (USA), and Bertram Turetzky (USA), playing for live audiences in both cities simultaneously, to be streamed worldwide on the Internet in a 5- to 6-hour marathon event alternating solos, duos and ensemble pieces between both locations, beginning promptly at noon and going to around 6 p.m. in NYC at the Manhattan School of Music, 12O Claremont Ave. [1OO27], 212-749-28O2,,, , , with a simultaneous public Webcast viewing and presentation at CUE Art Foundation, 511 West 25th St., NYC, 212-2O6-3583, admission by donation,, . Overall Deep Tones for Peace information: Sarah Weaver, , 734-277-269O; Mark Dresser, , 858-534-24O8. And finally, the revelation of a fascinating Deep Tone outer-space source: …

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