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Ras Moshe: Outsight

Read "Ras Moshe: Outsight" reviewed by Florence Wetzel

Outsight is a powerful release by multi-instrumentalist Ras Moshe, who is one of the mainstays of the New York City avant-free scene. The album was released by Straw2Gold Pictures, an eclectic organization that specializes in high-end sound production and has branched out with a record label. Straw2Gold's roster features a select group of artists, including guitarist ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

Vision Festival 16 - June 9: An Evening of Special Projects

Vision Festival 16 - June 9: An Evening of Special Projects

The special project nights embody the epitome of the festival and the most striking contrast with the pre packaged, off the shelf bloat fests. And the events are thoughtfully timed to allow for movement between performances in the Main Stage and the Downstairs Theater, where the evening begins with the final panel discussion looking to education ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

Vision Festival 16: A Focus On The Panel Discussions

Vision Festival 16: A Focus On The Panel Discussions

Vision Festival 16 begins, as it generally does, with some discussion. These events tend to get shorter shrift in what passes for coverage but they speak to conditions well. The short shrift problem in some form or another is endemic and has been since jazz became the runt of the music industry without even the pious ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

Lineage and Vision Festival 16: June 5-11

Lineage and Vision Festival 16: June 5-11

So much of our experience is increasingly place-less as franchise smiles crafted by human resources consultants greet us daily no matter what the biome or weight of memory. The fast food smile and store floor uniform must ever be the same. Crowd counts displace quality practices with childlike aspirations toward some eternal Superbowl as the only ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Claire DeBrunner / Ken Silverman / Daniel Carter / Tom Zlabinger: Macroscopia

Read "Macroscopia" reviewed by John Sharpe

Multi-instrumentalist Daniel Carter may be the best known constituent part of NYC collective quartet Macroscopia, but based on its eponymous debut, he's not the only reason to listen. Although the bassoon hasn't figured largely in jazz history to date, an increasing number of able modern practitioners specializing in the large double reed woodwind seek to change ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

DeBrunner / Silverman / Carter / Zlabinger: Macroscopia

Read "Macroscopia" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The theme of Macroscopia is the universality of music, expressed as group improvisation by four superlative musicians. The quartet includes classically trained bassoonist Claire DeBrunner, an alumna of the Lennie Tristano school of free jazz via her mentors Lee Konitz and Connie Crothers}}; guitarist/percussionist Ken Silverman, who is heavily influenced by world music; reedman and trumpeter ...


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