Electroacoustic musique concrète might not make for the most harmonious sound, but it can be so fascinating. Especially when Attilio Novellino, Saverio Rosi, Tim Barnes and Rob Mazurek pool their ideas together.
The impromptu nature of this collaboration among free-jazz aces Andrew Barker, Paul Dunmall and Tim Dahl makes ‘Luddite’ great.
Here is a review of ‘Black Peplum’ by the Paris-based jazzcore trio Hippie Diktat.
Here is a review of ‘Nax,’ a free-jazz trumpet/bass encounter between Natsuki Tamura and Alexander Frangenheim.
We review ‘Blues and Daily News’ by Ross Hammond and Grant Calvin Weston, a creative guitar/drums improv record.
John Butcher in remarkable in that he plays differently in different places, constantly trying different sounds and new ideas.
As Peter Brotzmann speaks through ‘We Thought We Could Change The World,’ this becomes the rare book that reveals the essence of a man.
The Daniel Blacksberg Trio takes a conventional format and creates something refreshingly unconventional from it.
Form And Mess thrives on the extreme limits of rock and jazz.
25 years in, Perelman shows no sign of slowing down or running out of ideas.