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Seamus Cater & Kai Fagaschinski: Secrets

Read "Secrets" reviewed by John Eyles

Available on twelve-inch 45rpm vinyl or as a download, Secrets is the debut album from the duo of Seamus Cater and Kai Fagaschinski, released after six years of secluded, painstaking work. Alongside Michael Thieke, Fagaschinski is half of the renowned clarinet duo The International Nothing, and he is also a member of the innovative clarinets-plus-vocals quartet ...

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Catherine Lamb: Point / Wave

Read "Point / Wave" reviewed by John Eyles

An indication of Catherine Lamb's versatility is that her last Another Timbre appearance was on Viola Torros (2018) in the company of fellow violist Johnny Chang, the two playing music by and for the eponymous enigmatic female musician who was born sometime in the late Vedic period, somewhere in the Indus valley region. In contrast, Lamb's ...

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Catherine Lamb and Johnny Chang: Viola Torros

Read "Viola Torros" reviewed by John Eyles

The title of this two-CD set, Viola Torros, refers to an enigmatic female musician from the late Vedic period who was born somewhere in the Indus valley region, before roaming far and wide. (Those keen to know more about her are best directed here.) Johnny Chang and Catherine Lamb have researched and collected fragments of Torros' ...

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Dante Boon / Jürg Frey: Clarinet (& Piano)

Read "Clarinet (& Piano)" reviewed by John Eyles

Without doing an actual count of how many Another Timbre releases feature members of the Wandelweiser group, it is safe to say that they crop up regularly on the label both as composers and performers, with such names as Jürg Frey, Radu Malfatti, Michael Pisaro, Johnny Chang and Eva Maria Houben peppering the label's credits--not just ...

Illogical Harmonies with D’Incise

Label: Insubordinations Netlabel
Released: 2016
Track listing: Duration 41’ 09”

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Illogical Harmonies with D’Incise: Illogical Harmonies with D’Incise

Read "Illogical Harmonies with D’Incise" reviewed by John Eyles

For several reasons this download-only release makes an excellent companion piece to Volume (Another Timbre, 2016) by Illogical Harmonies. Firstly, the Illogical Harmonies duo of violinist Johnny Chang and double bassist Mike Majkowski is here joined by INSUB curator D'Incise who acts as a wild card, adding electronics and field recordings to the impressive contributions of ...


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