CD Reviews

Michael Pisaro realised by Joe Panzner, Greg Stuart – White Metal

November 26, 2014

CD Makam This is the second realisation of Michael Pisaro’s White Metal to be released this year, and the second I have reviewed here. It is inevitable I guess that on the rare occasions that a contemporary score has two realisations released in a short period of time that reviewers like myself will draw comparisons […]

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CD Reviews

Manuel Mota – Rck

April 13, 2013

5CD Box Dromos The inevitable thing when writing about Manuel Mota’s work is that the usual list of comparisons is pulled out. So, Derek Bailey, Taku Sugimoto, Loren Connors, Tetuzi Akiyama, John Fahey etc… That’s those out of the way first. The thing is, these comparisons are inevitable because of how clear the lineage is […]

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CD Reviews

Edén Carrasco, Christof Kurzmann, Leonel Kaplan – Casa Corp

January 4, 2013

CD Dromos Given that the same old discussions about the impact of overt politics in experimental music have resurfaced on the internet again today, this is a timely (though coincidental) CD to be writing about this evening. Casa Corp is the title of a trio release on the Dromos label by Edén Carrasco, (alto sax) […]

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