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Vole: The Hillside Mechanisms

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Three stalwarts of the London Improvisers Orchestra come together on the debut outing of the genre-mashing Vole. When playing credits number saxophone iconoclasts Peter Brotzmann, Evan Parker and Ingrid Laubrock, bassist Simon Fell and pianist Alexander Hawkins, then energy and imagination can be almost guaranteed. What's fascinating is how they align improv with noise, heavy metal ...

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Joe McPhee at Cafe Oto, London

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Joe McPhee Cafe Oto London, England December 11, 2009 When the eerie vocalized wail first manifested itself, the audience was left looking for the source. But it quickly became apparent that, even though his facial expression didn't betray the burden, saxophonist Joe McPhee was generating the noise at ...

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Taylor Ho Bynum and Harris Eisenstadt in London: A Second Anglo/American Convergence

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Convergence Quartet The Vortex London, U.K. April 27, 2009 Last sighted on these shores in the autumn of 2006, the success of the Convergence Quartet 's inaugural meeting has now borne the fruit of a further tour for cornetist Taylor Ho Bynum, drummer Harris Eisenstadt, and the up-and-coming English pairing ...


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