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Killing Spree

Label: Ayler Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Stinky Flower; This Song Begins Like A Hit; Parler à un homme qui marche; The Brain Sucking Exercise; Our Endless Boring Loop; ibliss; Our Endless Boring Loop; Monde froid; Dismembered Carmen vs Emma Peel.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Daniel - Galichet - Metzger: Killing Spree

Read "Killing Spree" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Saxophonist Matthieu Metzger extends his multi-tracked applications and concepts, evidenced on Self Cooking (Ayler, 2012) with this aggressive trio format, steeped in punk jazz, free jazz, metal jazz and progressive rock. Hold on to your seats as they say because these folks will knock your socks off with a consortium of high-velocity, in-your-face metrics and astute ...

Selfcooking

Label: Ayler Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: SelfCooking; Présentez arme; La teneur; Zozosia; Huis clos; Hibernation complexe; SelfEating; Yamaha mon amour; Le mort joyeux; Vu de profil l’arrière était sur un côté; Lennie R. nue au soleil... ; ... caressant un rocher.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matthieu Metzger: SelfCooking

Read "SelfCooking" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

SelfCooking offers a glimpse into the busy mind of a restless musician, French saxophonist Matthieu Metzger. Deep thoughts about weird compositions that have lurked in his memory, accidental explorations while playing with the extended family of saxophones and the joyful cooking of sonic textures, spiced with electronic treatments, some are his own design of real time ...


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