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Han-earl Park

Improviser, guitarist and constructor Han-earl Park (박한얼) has been crossing borders and performing fuzzily idiomatic, on occasion experimental, always traditional, open improvised musics for twenty years. He has performed in clubs, theaters, art galleries, concert halls, and (ad-hoc) alternative spaces across Europe and the USA.

Ensembles include Eris 136199 with Nick Didkovsky and Catherine Sikora, Sirene 1009 with Dominic Lash, Mark Sanders and Caroline Pugh, Mathilde 253 with Charles Hayward and Ian Smith, and Numbers with Richard Barrett. Park is the constructor of the machine improviser io 0.0.1 beta++, and instigator of Metis 9, a playbook of improvisative tactics

Eris 136199

Label: busterandfriends.com
Released: 2018
Track listing: Therianthropy I; Therianthropy II; Therianthropy III; Therianthropy IV; Adaptive Radiation I; Adaptive Radiation II; Adaptive Radiation III; Universal Greebly; Hypnagogia I; Hypnagogia II.

Sirene 1009

Label: busterandfriends.com
Released: 2017
Track listing: Psychohistory III; Cliodynamics I; Cliodynamics II; Cliodynamics III; Hopeful Monsters; Psychohistory V

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

BAN BAM: Music Talking

Read "BAN BAM: Music Talking" reviewed by Ian Patterson

BAN BAM The Complex jny:Dublin, Ireland November 25, 2017 BAN BAM is a new, one-day festival by Improvised Music Company--an initiative to address the gender imbalance in jazz/improvised music. A related All About Jazz article covered the conversations by industry professionals around the gender issue that took place in the ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Brilliant Corners 2017

Read "Brilliant Corners 2017" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Brilliant Corners 2017 Various Venues jny:Belfast, N. Ireland March 7-11, 2017 In just five years, Brilliant Corners--Belfast's only jazz festival--has earned a reputation for adventurous programing. The 2017 edition went one further, with the inclusion of alt rock and electronic music stretching the boundaries of what constitutes a jazz festival ...

Anomic Aphasia

Label: Slam Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Monopod; Pleonasm(Metis 9); Flying Rods (Metis 9); Hydraphon; StopClock;

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Han-earl Park: Anomic Aphasia

Read "Anomic Aphasia" reviewed by John Eyles

The music on Han-earl Park's third CD for Slam, Anomic Aphasia, derives from two similar but significantly different Park projects. The first is Eris 136199, an improvising trio consisting of guitarists Park and Nick Didkovsky (leader of Doctor Nerve) plus saxophonist Catherine Sikora. Described by Park as “the noisy, unruly complexity of the ensemble Eris 136199" ...

Park-Schroeder (Cork, 03–26–09)

Label: busterandfriends.com
Released: 2012

Park+Murray (Cork, 07-29-10)

Label: busterandfriends.com
Released: 2012


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