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ckutmusic on 07/09/2015 at 11:15PM

Chris Corsano & Mette Rasmussen Live on CKUT's New Shit

What happens when two of free jazz's most talented names face off live in the CKUT studio? Mette plays sax and Chris plays drums, and he result is a beautiful cacaphony. It's the spirit of punk and the deft skill of jazz tradition. It's those fast high notes, spilling rapid-fire from the saxophone, overtop of clattering toms and minute bursts of cymbal crash. Rolling into the second piece, things get nice & sprawled-out, the sax blowing at less of a breakneck speed but adopting a richer texture before moving back into fast (and we mean FAST) territory. 

It's unquestionable that Corsano and Rasmussen are two figured who have already carved out significant artistic niches for themselves; now, as a duo, they prove even further why the world should be paying serious attention to their sounds. 

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Andr_D on 06/08/2014 at 12:00PM

Foundation Quartet: First Release

EP released with Pic Pack Music Label.



All tracks and details here [PICPACK202] Foundation Quartet - Chronicles |


Foundation Quartet:

Digital Percussion - Alexander Cutteridge (UK)EUB - Darius (France)Piano - Daniel Moschopoulos (UK)Sax, Percussion, ect. - Vasco Morais (Portugal)

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dvd on 06/29/2012 at 12:00PM

MP3 of the Day: Daniel Barbiero, "Anamnesis"

A native of New Haven, CT, double bassist and composer Daniel Barbiero has been active in improvised and experimental music and dance in the Baltimore-Washington area for several years as a performer, composer and ensemble leader. His music reflects his background in minimal, modal and non-genre specific improvisation, and interest in verbal, graphic and other non-standard methods of scoring for small ensembles. 

Below we've featured a track from his collection of compositions for solo bass. Be sure to check out Daniel's recent collaboration with Jimmy Gaphery for some great improvised bass & winds duets.


Daniel Barbiero on:

Free Music Archive | Soundcloud | Myspace | Alkem

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lizziedavis on 06/11/2012 at 12:00PM

MP3 of the Day: The Luddites, "Jesus Train"

Ava LunaRaised on the subways of NYC, the Luddites formed in Fall 2010 for a three day residency at the experimental dance space La Mama. They've been confounding audiences ever since with their dedication to forcing cacophony, free jazz, funk and pop into submission. The band is also involved in Amplified Cactus Salon, an experimental art collective that incorporates, cooking, acting, and visual art into its performances.

With its many members spread out across all five boroughs, the Luddites spend a lot of time in the parallel universe that exists in the subway tunnels of NYC. Though they're infamous for telling endless tales of wisdom gleaned late at night on the L and psychic encounters on the M, all of the Luddites can agree that there's simply no train in New York like the Jesus Train.

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clinical_archives on 05/06/2011 at 11:00AM

Clinical Archives Mix - April 2011

Some best music and songs of April on a netlabel Clinical Archives.

01 - - Severn Suzuki - 4:44 (ca436)
02 - Stefano Ferrian's dE-NOIZE Project - Chapter #01 Amphetamine - 10:38 (ca435)
03 - HALStER - drawer no.1 (cricedidae) - 5:21 (ca438)
04 - Trío Antimanierista - fcarregols - 5:09 (ca439)
05 - Nice Wings, Icarus! - Journey Back Home - 4:07 (ca437)
06 - Claudio Nuñez - folkdance vii - 3:25 (ca433)
07 - Joxfield ProjeX - Majestic Pattern City Revisited Evolution I - 5:20 (ca432)
08 - Count Portmon - RCL-290 (excerpt) - 4:56 (ca434)
09 - - Echoes (Rampue Remix) - 8:00 (ca436)

Total time: 51:38

Artists: (Germany), Stefano Ferrian's dE-NOIZE Project (Italy), HALStER (Sweden), Trío Antimanierista (Spain), Nice Wings, Icarus! (Ukraine), Claudio Nuñez (Argentina), Joxfield ProjeX (Sweden), Count Portmon (Czech Republic)

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