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Wayne Horvitz: A Musical Portrait

Read "Wayne Horvitz: A Musical Portrait" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

This week we focus on the music of Wayne Horvitz with special attention for his latest two releases, The Snowghost Sessions and Those Who Remain. It's hard to condense in two hours the long career and many facets of a composer and pianist of great versatility, but we will do our best to present highlights from ...

Mylab: Mylab

Read "Mylab" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It took a a while to happen--no thanks, neo-cons--but the most important musical invention for jazz since '70s jazz/rock fusion came with the onset of hip hop (and its corrollary, electronica) in the '90s. It's taken some time for improvised music to fully absorb the concepts of sampling and electronic studio manipulation, but that's not because ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Wayne Horvitz/Tucker Martine: Mylab

Read "Mylab" reviewed by Mark Corroto

For Wayne Horvitz and Tucker Martine, the pair known as Mylab, the saying “everything old is new again” should be restated as “Everything New is Old again!”

This studio experiment by the duo (with 17 of their closest friends) samples and loops folk recordings from the turn of the century to create song structures, ...