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Seth Misterka

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Anthony Braxton: Sax Quintet (New York) 1998

Read "Sax Quintet (New York) 1998" reviewed by John Sharpe


Saxophone agglomerations are not without precedent in reedman/composer Anthony Braxton's copious playbook. Indeed, his “Composition 37" for four saxophones on New York, Fall 1974 (Arista, 1975) could be said to have launched the genre, bringing together as it did three of the founder members of the pioneering World Saxophone Quartet two years before their eventual formation. ...

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Transit: Quadrologues & Nate Wooley: The Seven Storey Mountain

Read "Transit: Quadrologues & Nate Wooley: The Seven Storey Mountain" reviewed by Clifford Allen


The work of trumpeter Nate Wooley falls into a number of camps: free improvisation, experimental noise or restructuralist post-bop. It would be easy to lump him in with a young trumpeters/ extended techniques setting but Wooley is decidedly an individual. And while brass players tend to elicit an expected bravura, Wooley is very much at home ...

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Transit

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Cortelyou Q - 8:05; 02. Van Brunt - 7:18; 03. Gowanus Canal - 2:37; 04. Sabbath Siren - 2:03; 05. Brick City part 1 - 3:24; 06. Brick City part 2 - 5:18; 07. Journal Square - 2:34; 08. DerBlatt - 6:05; 09. Ditmas Park - 7:26; 10. Red Hook - 6:58

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Rara Avis

Label: Generate Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Dust; Conspirators; Hive; Lost World; Basement Scientist; Paraphernalia; Allucidation; Sirens; Recombination; Isthmus; Screw Creature.

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President's Day

Label: Newsonic
Released: 2002
Track listing: President

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Seth Misterka and the Misterka Clones: President's Day

Read "President's Day" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


New York City-based saxophonist/composer Seth Misterka has studied and performed with new music icon Anthony Braxton, while generally aligning his talents with many of the Northeast’s up and comers. (Or, to some extent, Braxton influenced composers and instrumentalists.) President’s Day features Misterka’s quintet, who abide by the moniker Seth Misterka and the Misterka Clones. ...

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Misterka Death March And Day Of The Persuasive Presence

Label: Bagi Records
Released: 2000


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