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Tangle

Label: Fataka
Released: 2016
Track listing: Cluster I; Cluster II; Cluster III; Tiefenschärfe.

Muddy Ditch

Label: Fataka
Released: 2016
Track listing: Pool; Loess.

Tie the Stone to the Wheel

Label: Fataka
Released: 2016
Track listing: Wheel I; Wheel II; Stone I; Stone II; Stone III.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Butcher, Thomas Lehn, Matthew Shipp: Tangle

Read "Tangle" reviewed by John Eyles

Recorded at Café Oto in February 2014, on the first night of pianist Matthew Shipp's three-day residency at the venue, Tangle is the first recording of the trio of saxophonist John Butcher and synthesiser player Thomas Lehn with Shipp. (The YouTube clip, below, was filmed on the night in question.) Typically, there were previous links between ...

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Sebastian Lexer + Steve Noble: Muddy Ditch

Read "Muddy Ditch" reviewed by John Eyles

In a similar manner to the simultaneous Fataka release by Evan Parker and Seymour Wright, Muddy Ditch successfully pairs a long-established member of the London improv scene with a player who emerged from Eddie Prevost's weekly workshop --drummer Steve Noble and pianist Sebastian Lexer, respectively. But in Noble and Lexer's cases, the descriptions “drummer" and “pianist" ...

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Evan Parker / Seymour Wright: Tie the Stone to the Wheel

Read "Tie the Stone to the Wheel" reviewed by John Eyles

The five tracks on Tie the Stone to the Wheel were recorded at two duo gigs which saxophonists Evan Parker and Seymour Wright played in London and Derby, on consecutive Sundays in October 2014, at the Kernel Brewery and the Derby Theatre Studio. Remarkably, at the Derby gig, it was revealed that when Parker had played ...

The Last Train

Label: Fataka
Released: 2015
Track listing: The Wait; The Sign; Crack; Run.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Roger Turner & Otomo Yoshihide: The Last Train

Read "The Last Train" reviewed by John Eyles

Recorded at Tokyo's Hara Museum in February 2013, this duo brings together London's Roger Turner on percussion with Japan's own Otomo Yoshihide on guitar and amplifier, an improv meeting of two masters with very different but equally impressive histories. Across four tracks ranging in length from four to sixteen-and-a-half minutes--forty minutes altogether--they give an object lesson ...

Exta

Label: Fataka
Released: 2013
Track listing: Pulmo I; Cor; Pulmo II; Iecur; Fel.

Al-Khwarizmi Variations

Label: Fataka
Released: 2013
Track listing: Variation 1; Variation 2; Variation 3; Variation 4; Variation 5; Variation 6; Variation 7; Variation 8; Variation 9; Variation 10.


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