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April 28, 2014 Stripped to its core, music is communication...The first fabulists, our cavemen ancestors probably invented music by imitating the sounds of nature, such as bird calls, wolf howls, and the patter of rain on the cave's entrance.
The two like-minded, fearless musicians collaborated before in Ken Vandermark 's Territory Band, when Marhaug guested in a performance of Remis' Ballister trio in Philadelphia and in a live set of an ad- hoc quintet that featured Dutch vocal artist
December 19, 2013 There were so many great releases in 2013 that inspired me, provoked my conceptions about music and art, disturbed my peace of mind and mainly, enriched my life. This listpresented in no particular order and enhanced with video and
October 10, 2013 Having co-opted reed iconoclast Mats Gustafsson to pen the enthusiastic liners for their prosaically-named Two Nights in April (Ayler Records, 2010), young Swedish trio Correction goes one better on Shift by persuading their
The Thing is the Scandinavian trio of Mats Gustafsson, Ingebrigt Haker Flaten and Paal Nilssen-Love...India, their cover of John Coltrane's gorgeous piece from Impressions , swings pretty heavily with some raw sax and some incredibly excitable drums.
April 28, 2013 The Peter Brotzmann Chicago Tentet Concert For Fukushima Wels 2011 PanRec/Trost Records 2013 In 2011 the Music Unlimited Festival in Wels, Austria, celebrated Peter Brotzmann 's 70th birthday (as well as the festival's 25th year
March 12, 2013 Sometimes it's best not to predict. If the idea of expanding Fire!'s core trio of saxophonist/electric pianist Mats Gustafsson , bassist Johan Berthling and drummer Andreas Werlin into Fire! Orchestra's massive, 28-piece behemoth was
Mats Gustafsson talks to Daniel Spicer about confrontational sounds and collective action with power trios and 30 piece groups. Plus, Clive Bell meets collagist and radio artists Ergo Phizmiz, Peter Shapiro's Primer on US Hardcore, and Little Annie
It might seem that a live improv encounter between the extraordinary Arcade Fire saxophonist Colin Stetson and Swedish free-sax wildman Mats Gustafsson would have audiences clinging to the fixtures to avoid being blown out of the doors but this
The album's four trackssome thirty-five minutes of musicwere recorded live onstage at the Vancouver Jazz Festival in 2011 and feature the two saxophonists alone together. Saxophone duos are comparatively rare, with many of them involving Anthony