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The Peeled Eye

Label: Shameless
Released: 2016
Track listing: Kind of ; Albino Foxtrot Uranus ; Heavy Quarters ; Diiiiisko ; Nog ; Finale ; PP Remains.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Peeled Eye: The Peeled Eye

Read "The Peeled Eye" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Berlin, Germany-based Shameless Records is managed by seasoned and well-travelled multi-instrumentalist Boris Hauf who resides as a prominent Euro-jazz improviser and experimentalist while also recording with members of Chicago's fruitful improv circuit. No doubt, Hauf is known to trek into unchartered musical arenas, evidenced by the band Efzeg where micro-textures and minimalism often serve as a ...

The Peeled Eye

Label: Shameless
Released: 2015
Track listing: Kind of ; Albino Foxtrot Uranus ; Heavy Quarters ; Diiiiisko ; Nog ; Finale ; PP Remains.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Peeled Eye: The Peeled Eye

Read "The Peeled Eye" reviewed by John Eyles

The Peeled Eye is the debut release from Boris Hauf's revived Shameless label, which has switched from being a subscription-only limited edition label to releasing experimental rock, noise and pop recordings. This release is an edition limited to three hundred copies pressed on yellow vinyl. Collectable, eh? In The Peeled Eye, Hauf's own baritone ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Postmarks: National Parks

Read "National Parks" reviewed by John Eyles

The duo Postmarks consists of London-born Austrian saxophonist Boris Hauf and the Chicago-based American pianist D Bayne. Their first CD Western Ave (Luminescence, 2005) was a limited-edition of only one hundred copies packaged in unique covers, each a handcrafted collage from twenties Chicago postcards. For National Parks, the duo went to Vienna to record with experimental ...

Next Delusion

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Gregory Grant Machine; Eighteen Ghost Roads; Fame & Riches; Wayward Lanes.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Boris Hauf Sextet: Next Delusion

Read "Next Delusion" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il sassofonista Boris Hauf ha una presenza globale: inglese di origine, risiede a Berlino (come peraltro un numero sempre maggiore di jazzisti) e va spesso a Chicago per suonare con i musicisti della windy city, come appunto è accaduto per questa incisione in cui tre ance e tre batterie si incontrano in modo inconsueto in panorami ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Boris Hauf Sextet: Next Delusion

Read "Next Delusion" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Reedman Boris Hauf frequently pushes the envelope. For evidence, one need only look at his longstanding affiliation with the avant-garde, acoustic-electric Austrian band Efzeg, known for subliminal sound-sculpting mechanics and ethereal subtleties. However, his repertoire is quite extensive. Making frequent trips to Chicago over the years, he has aligned with like-minded individuals and noted improvisers, often ...

Proxemics

Label: BMG The Netherlands
Released: 2011


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