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All's Well

Label: Ad Hoc Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Cutty Sark; Pearl Divers; Spirit of Dunkirk; Resplash; Daddy Needs a Throne; Working Nights; Sitcom; Wheat Futures; Speculative Fiction; Green Lantern; The Ghost Trade; Greenfingers; Mystery of the Fence; Know How; Element Unknown.

Album

Strawberry Cream And Gunpowder

Label: Ad Hoc Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: S.C.G.P shmama; S.C.G.P. 2nd feature; S.C.G.P dogs; S.C.G.P comics; S.C.G.P. A and G; S.C.G.P Shahid; S.C.G.P. hands up; B.A.R.E.S.I.

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Stealing From Helpless Children / Look Up

Label: Ad Hoc Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: The Beard of Percy; No Time; Middle of Nowhere; Sing; Chance; (PL-93-531); Left or Right?; Lobotomy; Try and Stop Us; Pup Tent; Summit Rain; Chair; 13 Dog 23 Nite; Look Up; Double O; Digitus Serpintinus; Good Vacation; Holes; Ever Since; Whither; Fire on the Mountain; Theme from a Summer Place; The Witch Doctor; Hell Hound; Anniversary Mix.

Album

Ironic Universe

Label: Ad Hoc Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Audio CD: Opening; Heart Beat Faster; Torn; Short Story; See You on the Beach; Loose Slots; Six of One; Cricket; Hover; Waking the Day; Blue State; Closing. DVD: Fred Frith live solo performance, duo performance and Janet Feder live solo performance.

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Camberwell Now: All's Well

Read "All's Well" reviewed by Brad Glanden


Following the dissolution of This Heat in the early 1980s, drummer Charles Hayward and bassist Trefor Goronwy recruited the group's sound technician, Stephan Rickard, for a new, more song-oriented band. Camberwell Now subverted the standard rock trio format by delegating the role of electric guitar to Rickard's “tape switchboard," lending the band's music textural depth and ...

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Avi Belleli: Strawberry Cream And Gunpowder

Read "Strawberry Cream And Gunpowder" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Israeli composer, bassist and vocalist Avi Belleli is a well-known entity in his native land, namely with the commercially viable rock band Tractors Revenge. Here, the artist's compositions are performed live in Jerusalem with the assistance of dance choreographer Yasmeen Godder and her “Bloody Bench Players. There are no listings that denote the ...

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Janet Feder & Fred Frith: Ironic Universe

Read "Ironic Universe" reviewed by Nic Jones


On the basis of this evidence, Janet Feder is as concerned with the intrinsic qualities of the acoustic guitar as an instrument as she is with technique, correct or otherwise--and this is borne out by the fact that she chose to perform duets with Fred Frith, whose journey of sonic exploration has been going on for ...

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The Blitzoids: Stealing From Helpless Children / Look Up

Read "Stealing From Helpless Children / Look Up" reviewed by Brad Glanden


Who were the Blitzoids? The few available resources on the band make one thing perfectly clear: they sound a lot like seminal no-wave band the Residents. It's true: the early work of the Residents--before they started wearing giant eyeball masks, employing narrative structures, and presenting themselves as “pioneering" technophiles--looms large over the Blitzoids' two LPs, reissued ...

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Janet Feder + Fred Frith: Ironic Universe

Read "Ironic Universe" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Janet Feder and eminent guitarist/improviser Fred Frith perform twelve duet pieces on audio disc one of Ironic Universe as vacillating undercurrents, utilizing atypical tonal contrasts and implementations such as tapping sounds. With folk-ish overtones and similarities to the late John Fahey's complex chord phrasings, the duo also intertwines avant frameworks into this congenial set. At times ...

Album

What Day Is It?

Label: Ad Hoc Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: The House; Weeds; The Statue; Rainy; Spiders; The Drawing; Plates; Going Somewhere; The Sawblade; Death Valley; The 13th Animal; Precarious Glimmering; The Cemetery Trees; Good Evening.


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