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Lawrence Casserley

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Working with Live Performance Electronic Music since 1969. Working with Real Time Computer Processing since 1985. Designed his own Signal Processing Instrument 1997. Member of Hydra, Vamp, Tube Sculpture, Electroacoustic Cabaret, Evan Parker Electro Acoustic Ensemble, MouthWind, etc. Project Director of Eye Music Trust. Frequent collaborators include Evan Parker, Simon Desorgher, Adam Linson, Jeffrey Morgan, Michael Ormiston, Philipp Wachsmann, Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg, etc.

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Casserley / Illvibe / Morgan / Sjostrom: Live At The Club Polnischer Versager

Read "Live At The Club Polnischer Versager" reviewed by Robin B James


Four musicians, two songs, one clocking in at 32:06 minutes and the other at 23:39 minutes. The action takes place deep in outer space, the club is located in Berlin and the physical event was recorded in 2016. The four musicians had never before played together, but they are all professional players so the chemistry is ...

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Morgan & Casserley: Exoplanets

Read "Exoplanets" reviewed by Robin B James


Exoplanets is an album which explores the darkness that is all around us. Is it all catastrophe and despair? Clearly not, because science transcends emotions, and happiness survives negative emotions. Each of the track titles refers to a planet, the sound is experimental and cosmic, from the “free jazz" school of expression. In our local galaxy, ...

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Two trio recordings with Yoko Miura

Read "Two trio recordings with Yoko Miura" reviewed by John Eyles


Tokyo-born Yoko Miura took classical piano lessons from the age of 5 to 18. Inspired by players such as Thelonious Monk, Eric Dolphy and Paul Bley she took classes in jazz. She was soon playing concerts in Japan with players like guitarist Ryouichi Saito, percussionist Jyunzo Tateiwa and shamisen & bassist Noribumi Uchida. By 2001 she ...

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Exoplanets

Label: Creative Sources 389
Released: 2017
Track listing: 42 Draconis b Orbitar, 55 Cancri b Galileo, gamma Cephei Ab Tadmor, Kepler 186 f, epsilon Eridani b AEgir, 55 Cancri e Janssen

Article: Album Review

Granularities: Scenes From A Trialogue

Read "Scenes From A Trialogue" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Quando l'improvvisazione si fa Epica. Nato da un progetto specifico, frutto della ricerca svolta da Lawrence Casserley sugli elaboratori di segnale, sviluppatosi attraverso alcuni concerti in ambienti acusticamente suggestivi e perciò previsto inizialmente in una chiesetta situata nei pressi dell'abitazione del musicista inglese, questo lavoro è invece stato registrato nel settembre del 2010 nell'abitazione ...

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Live At The Club Polnischer Versager

Label: Unisono-Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Onklaguta, Gutaonkla.

Album

Hasselt

Label: Psi
Released: 2012

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Mouth Wind

Label: Hermes Discorbie
Released: 2012
Track listing: Aque Nascote; Mouth 'G'; Vent dans la forêt; Viento a traves lo Trigo; Bouche 'P'; Emergent Streams; Mond 'M'; Vietor v doline; Betep πo гopoMy xpeƂTy; Száj 'R'; Mouth Wind.

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Lawrence Casserley & Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg: Mouth Wind

Read "Mouth Wind" reviewed by John Eyles


Recorded in May, 2010 at Lawrence Casserley's studio in the Chiltern Hills, Buckinghamshire, Mouth Wind is a happy pairing of Casserley's signal processing with the idiosyncratic vocals of Belgium's Jean-Michel van Schouwburg, a pairing which benefits both of them greatly. The duo format suits each of the two in a different way; in larger groupings such ...


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