CD Reviews

Klaus Filip, Toshimaru Nakamura, Andrea Neumann, Ivan Palacký – Messier Objects

February 11, 2013

Meenna CD A Messier object is a name given by a once prominent astronomer for objects often seen in the sky that were mistaken for comets. Frustrated  by them, he made a list of them so that they could be ignored in future. The four musicians here each use instruments that perhaps many would think […]

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Christine Abdelnour, Bonnie Jones, Andrea Neumann – AS:IS

September 20, 2012

CD Olof Bright This new release on the Olof Bright label includes some interesting liner notes by Thomas Milroth that point out how improvised music has changed over recent years as the new connections offered by the internet and by easier global travel have opened up the potential for musicians split apart geographically to connect […]

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Wednesday 1st July

July 1, 2009

Ridiculously hot today, too hoot really to focus on half of what I intended to do, so I spent the majority of the day sat under a tree in the gardenre-reading John Tilbury’s biography of Cornelius Cardew, a wonderful work that I didn’t give proper attention to on the first read-through. The choice of book […]

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Wednesday 24th June

June 25, 2009

Another tedious, demoralising day, but I am home now and not at work tomorrow so the really ghastly Spanish wine I have here tonight tastes slightly sweeter for that news. A couple more pointers towards more free downloads first tonight- Paul Abbott, Benedict Drew and Seymour Wright have added some more updates to their ongoing Flat […]

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Tuesday 26th May

May 27, 2009

First of all a heads-up on a blog designed to document the meetings of three of London’s most currently vibrant musicians. Flat grey marked suspended pole holds tree is described as an accumulative trail of the activities of Paul Abbott, Benedict Drew and Seymour Wright. So far it contains a series of drawings, a short […]

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