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Eyal Maoz

Eyal Maoz is a composer, ensembles leader and a

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Caught in the Rhythm

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Mississippi 1955 Confessional (T.R. Hummer); HoodWitches [Redux] (Faylita Hicks); Caught in the Rhythm (Patrick Sylvain, feat. Ambrose Akinmusire); Art Pepper (Edward Hirsch, feat. Greg Osby); We Bring the Soul to It (Faylita Hicks); Poem 836 / The Diviner (Kimiko Hahn); The Case Against Poetry (Edward Hirsch); Anger Management (T.R. Hummer); ASMR Sleepcast: The Night After Being Released from the Rural County Jail (Faylita Hicks); Olivia Suggests All the Women in Class Imagine Male Sexuality (Kimiko Hahn); Mercy (Tyehimba Jess); Dawg, What the Fuck Ima Do With a $20? (Faylita Hicks); You'll Be Sorry (T.R. Hummer)

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Mississippi 1955 Confessional

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2023
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Fake Dudes

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2021
Track listing: Believe; Burn the Whole Thing Down; Fake Dudes; Forecast in Rome; Freaks; Hell is an Empty Place; I'm the One; Man and Machine; The Call for the Cure; The Kids are Gonna Win.

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Magnet Animals: Fake Dudes

Read "Fake Dudes" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Its press release refers to this band as a “combustible beat-skronk" unit for its follow-up to the 2016 Butterfly Killer album, where guitarist Todd Clouser iterates his poetry under the semblance of a rebel using a small megaphone. It seems as if he could be on a corner somewhere in Greenwich Village, NYC., to forewarn the ...

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The Lie Detectors Part III - Secret Unit

Label: Chant Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Rice; Go; Closer; Here and There; Follow; Flying Horse; Sting; Circles; Tree; Zoo; Green Shirt; Quiet ME.

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Eyal Maoz - Asaf Sirkis: The Lie Detectors Part III - Secret Unit

Read "The Lie Detectors Part III - Secret Unit" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


New York-based guitarist Eyal Maoz (John Zorn, Lou Reed) and London-based drummer Asaf Sirkis (Markus Reuter, Mark Wingfield) are childhood friends, hailing from Rehovot, Israel. Although each musician is quite busy via numerous projects on a global scale, they've managed to produce three duo albums. On Part III, the musicians seemingly operate with the force of ...

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Hypercolor: Hypercolor

Read "Hypercolor" reviewed by Dave Wayne


The past few months have seen a stream of truly--and in some cases mind-bogglingly--wonderful guitar-centric power trio albums. Yet, the eponymous debut of the Brooklyn-based avant-jazz-rock band Hypercolor stands out, but not for the reasons you'd think. Sure, the trio consists of musical brainiacs James Ilgenfritz and Lukas Ligeti; genre omnivores whose own work and collaborations ...

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Tal Gur: Under Contractions

Read "Under Contractions" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Uncertainty, synchronicity, discombobulation, frustration, and fragility all come to the surface on Under Contractions--the third album from Israeli-born, New York-based saxophonist Tal Gur. Gur--a practicing music therapist--has a way of coaxing emotions out of his instrument(s), turning his own work into a form of self-examination. It's true that autobiography has a place in ...

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Ayelet Lerman / Wade Matthews / Carmel Raz: Growing Carrots in a Concrete Floor

Read "Growing Carrots in a Concrete Floor" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Operating for four years, the em>Wire Tapping series of experimental improvised meetings at the Barbur Gallery in Jerusalem has hosted many ad-hoc initial meetings between left-of-center musicians. The Series organized collaborations in the past with American drummer Gerry Hemingway, German double bass player Alexander Frangenheim and New York-based and Israeli ex-pat guitarist Eyal Maoz. ...


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