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Balazs Pandi

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Balázs Pándi is a Hungarian drummer and journalist. He has worked and toured with various acts from all around the world including Venetian Snares, Otto von Schirach, To Live and Shave in L.A., The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble and Zu. He also played drums for the Blood of Heroes project.

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Balázs Pándi

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Apparitions: Eyes Like Predatory Wealth

Read "Eyes Like Predatory Wealth" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Eyes Like Predatory Wealth by the trio Apparitions is an ambient drone-heavy metal recording and a sound collage, à la Teo Macero and his mad scientist Miles Davis mixes. For their debut recording, guitarist Andrew Dugas and drummer Grant Martin invited Igor Imbu (Wøunds) to add his synthesizer to this geographically diverse collaboration. Meaning: each musician ...

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Ignaz Schick / Oliver Steidle: ILOG2

Read "ILOG2" reviewed by Mark Corroto


The combination of Berlin based musicians Ignaz Schick and Oliver Steidle, known as ILOG, expands on the concepts of free improvisation with ILOG2 to include, for the lack of a better term, mania. Their frantic, often feverish, improvisations bring to mind both John Zorn's Naked City and William Burroughs' cut-ups. The opening piece, “There Is No ...

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Sabu Toyozumi / Mats Gustafsson: Hokusai

Read "Hokusai" reviewed by Mark Corroto


This tantalizing duo between Mats Gustafsson and Sabu Toyozumi was recorded at two live concerts in Chiba, Japan in 2018. Probably most listeners are familiar with the Swedish saxophonist from his avant--garage trio The Thing with Ingebrigt Håker Flaten and Paal Nilssen-Love and dozens of other ensembles including Fire! Orchestra, The End, and Cuts with Masami ...

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Cuts Open

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD1/LP1: I Went Down To Brother; And We Went Home; CD2/LP2: We Went Up With Mother; He Locked The Door.

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Merzbow / Mats Gustafsson / Balázs Pándi: Cuts Open

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Calling Cuts Open by Merzbow (aka Masami Akita), Mats Gustafsson and Balázs Pándi their sotto voce record would be like saying you received a love tap from Mike Tyson. This is the trio's fifth release, following the inaugural Cuts (RareNoise Records, 2013), Live In Tabačka 13/04/12 (Tabačka Records, 2015) and two sessions with the addition of ...

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Jon Irabagon: I Don't Hear Nothin' But The Blues Volume 3: Anatomical Snuffbox

Read "I Don't Hear Nothin' But The Blues Volume 3: Anatomical Snuffbox" reviewed by Mark Corroto


In season two of the classic British TV comedy Monty Python's Flying Circus, John Cleese plays an architect making a presentation to a committee assembled to build an apartment complex. His design has “classical neo-Georgian features" with “tenants arriving in the entrance hall...carried along corridors on a conveyor belt in extreme comfort...towards the rotating knives. The ...

Results for pages tagged "Balazs Pandi"...

Musician

Balazs Pandi

Born:

Balázs Pándi is a Hungarian drummer and journalist. He has worked and toured with various acts from all around the world including Venetian Snares, Otto von Schirach, To Live and Shave in L.A., The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble and Zu. He also played drums for the Blood of Heroes project.

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Keiji Haino / Merzbow / Balázs Pándi: Become The Discovered, Not The Discoverer

Read "Become The Discovered, Not The Discoverer" reviewed by Mark Corroto


There are two ways to deal with an oncoming storm. One is to run and take cover, and the other is to confront its fury head-on. Sure, it's rare to require music listeners to plan a strategy before pressing play or dropping a needle to vinyl (this disc is released as a CD or 2-LP), but ...


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