yigruzeltil
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Anne Guthrie Codiaeum variegatum
4.0
06.30.17
Polwechsel Polwechsel 2
3.5
06.30.17
Koboku Senju Selektiv hogst
3.5
06.30.17
Radu Malfatti, Kevin Drumm & Lucio Capece The Volume Surrounding the Task
3.0
06.30.17
Roananax / Obliq The Berlin Series, N. 3: Roananax 1999. Obliq 2014
Roananax was composed of Axel Dorner (trumpet), Robin Hayward (tuba), Annette Krebs
(electroacoustic guitar) and Andrea Neumann (inside piano & mixing board) and this archival
recording is billed by the label as a pioneering effort of the so-called "Berlin reductionism",
"though the music isn't necessarily what you'd expect". Actually, if you've heard almost any of
these improvisers in other settings, you can predict vaguely what should be going on. It's (still
quite nervous) textural improvisation not without soon to become tropes of the cutting-edge stuff
under the "EAI" rubric, but there's cl
3.5
06.30.17
Tetuzi Akiyama / Taku Sugimoto / Toshimaru Nakamura The Improvisation Meeting At Bar Aoyama
While maybe not astonishing (at least not anymore), The Improvisation Meeting at Bar Aoyama documents (with - as far as I can hear - imperfect fidelity and some of the recordings seem cut-off before the actual ending of those performances) an early phase of the Japanese improv scene. These are baby steps compared to what was to come, but that also means it's more accessible and easier to get into. There are also bits of jazz-related free improvisation in here - the "onkyo" purity isn't there yet, but there are quite a few moments in which it is clear they are looking for something else.
3.5
06.30.17
Lucio Capece, Julia Eckhardt, Christian Kesten.... Wedding Ceremony
CD composed of two live performances in May 2007, Belgium (Gent and Brussels), in which the sextet
plays four composed pieces by four of the members (Kesten, track 1; Malfatti, track 3; Sugimoto,
track 4; Capece; track 5) and an improvised piece (relatively louder and busier than the other
ones). The second half of Capece's piece includes extracts of Guy Debord's text "The Society of
Spectacle" handed out by Capece or Kesten (not sure) to be read by the members of the public.

The ending didn't felt tacked on - it comes out almost as a necessary deconstruction as a
ritualistic quality, as
4.0
06.30.17

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  • hal1ax listen to --- Baudouin Oosterlynck~1975-1978 (in my 5s). i think u will like it.
    July 2 02:31 PM
  • hal1ax you have some good taste
    June 30 09:17 PM

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