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News: Performance / Tour

Guitarist Ben Tyree: Sonic Architectures Live – Feb Residency @ Art Café (Brooklyn, NY)

Guitarist Ben Tyree: Sonic Architectures Live – Feb Residency @ Art Café (Brooklyn, NY)

NYC-based guitarist and composer Ben Tyree presents Sonic Architectures LIVE residency at Art Café in Brooklyn, NY (884-886 Pacific St. @ Underhill Ave – Prospect Heights 11238) every Tuesday evening in February 2015. The residency will allow Tyree to present new works in solo, duet and larger ensemble configurations collaborating with previous as well as new ...

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News: Recording

Guitarist Ben Tyree Catches Fire On First Live CD

Guitarist Ben Tyree Catches Fire On First Live CD

Burn It! LIVE captures the infectious grooves and adventurous virtuosity of the Brooklyn guitarist’s BT3 trio Release Date: SEPTEMBER 9, 2014 Whether it refers to a raging inferno or a long, slow smolder, Burn It! not only serves as the title for guitar wizard Ben Tyree’s first live album but as a mantra for his blistering ...

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Article: Album Review

Burnt Sugar: the Arkestra Chamber: More Than Posthuman: Rise of the Mojosexual Cotillion

Read "More Than Posthuman: Rise of the Mojosexual Cotillion" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Cercare il filo che dipani la matassa di questo disco, il nono della saga Burnt Sugar, è impresa davvero ardua. Si potrebbe partire dalla “conduction” gestuale alla Butch Morris, che ordisce tra le pieghe di questa musica “post-umana”, oppure il punto di inizio per trattarne potrebbe essere l’intrigante personaggio che ha inventato questo progetto innovativo: lo ...


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