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Label: Insub
Released: 2020
Track listing: Notice

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Cristián Alvear on INSUB

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Since the Chilean guitarist Cristián Alvear first appeared in Europe and had his debut album, 24 Petits Préludes Pour La Guitare, released by Edition Wanderweiser, in 2013, he has been highly productive and visible, releasing about forty albums in some seven years. Impressive as that figure may seem, even more so are the labels he has ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Anouck Genthon & Mathias Forge: Notice

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French musicians violinist Anouck Genthon and trombonist Mathias Forge first collaborated in 2015-16, brought together by a mutual penchant for both free improvisation and walking. Each is an experienced improviser; Genthon is a member of the Insub Meta Orchestra as well as other ensembles such as Ensemble Maât. Notice completed a hat-trick of duo releases for ...

Autocannibalism

Label: Insub
Released: 2019
Track listing: Autocannibalism: The Ultrafeedback; Larsen is not a Tinnitus; E. Music and Cult of Virtual-Micro-Personality; Hai Voluto Il Rock Ora Tienilo Fino Alla Fine; Particepression; The Advent of Unreal Electric Kg and its Complacency; The Lemons of Carmela.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

A Spirale & Chris Cogburn: Autocannibalism

Read "Autocannibalism" reviewed by John Eyles

The Italian duo A Spirale, comprising electric guitarist Maurizio Argenziano and saxophonist Mario Gabola, was formed in 2002 when it also included drummer Massimo Spezzaferro; the trio version appeared on the ten-disc compilation Musica Improvvisa (die Schactel, 2010). Since then, Spezzaferro has not recorded with A Spirale, and the duo has collaborated with guest players. Autocannibilism ...

Nattens Skogar – version for four players

Label: INSUB
Released: 2017
Track listing: Nattens Skogar – part 1; Nattens Skogar – part2.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Magnus Granberg: Nattens Skogar – version for four players

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Before this release, Magnus Granberg's music had only been issued on Another Timbre, a total of five albums mainly featuring the large ensemble Skogen in which the composer plays piano or clarinet. On the most recent of those albums, 2015's How Deep is the Ocean, How High is the Sky?, a tentet playing baroque instruments included ...


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