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Dear Colleagues: Talibam! is a Fun Band That Entertains. Talibam! is one of the most potent and fascinating bands in today's music scene. The five plus years of interplay between Mottel and Shea has created one of the most unique and exciting live shows and some of the most powerfully recorded documents of any era. At a time when most culture sticks to conservative niche opportunities, Talibam! is interested in expansion and exploration; They manage to part the sea by not sticking to genre, aesthetic predisposition or the usual norms of what being a 'band' is. More inclined to put on a show that any and all will like, and not be stymied by 'avant' type casting, they have won over both unsuspecting and in the 'know' audiences worldwide

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Talibam!: End Game of the Anthropocene

Read "End Game of the Anthropocene" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

New York-based Talibam! returns to ESP-Disk' with an interesting take on environmental matters by declaring, “It is the soundtrack to 2048's despotic nationalism and crumbling international infrastructure, underscoring an eco-mercantilistic tragedy and the desperate plundering of the last pristine landscape on Earth. This inevitable destruction of Antarctica's purity marks the global-environmental endgame of the Anthropocene." On ...

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Yoni Kretzmer / Jason Ajemian / Kevin Shea: Until Your Throat Is Dry

Read "Until Your Throat Is Dry" reviewed by John Sharpe

Israeli-born, NYC-based tenor saxophonist Yoni Kretzmer convenes a co-operative trio on Until Your Throat Is Dry, released on his own OutNow imprint. Completing the line up are drummer Kevin Shea, best known for his role in the stylistically promiscuous Mostly Other People Do The Killing and the anarchic Talibam!, and bassist Jason Ajemian, from Rob Mazurek's ...

Polyp

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2014

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sam Kulik: Escape From Society

Read "Escape From Society" reviewed by Dave Wayne

The basic premise of Sam Kulik's Escape From Society was to make a modern-day song poem recording using Craigslist to attract would-be lyricists, instead of a cheesy printed advertisement. Those not immediately familiar with the whole song-poem concept may well recognize the little ads--often seen on the back pages of comic books, men's magazines, and tabloid ...

Discover AtlantASS

Label: Belly Kids
Released: 2011

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ESP - Disk' Offers Entire Catalog of CD's for $9.98

Independent record label ESP—Disk' is pleased to announce its retail price for all single compact disks will be reduced from $12.98 to $9.98 effective Monday, October 25th for items purchased online at www.espdisk.com. Select double CD's, including the November reissue of “The Complete ESP—Disk' Recordings of Pearls Before Swine" , will be reduced to a $12.98 ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Talibam!: Boogie in the Breeze Blocks

Read "Boogie in the Breeze Blocks" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Bisognerebbe trascinarli davanti a un giudice quelli della ESP per non aver appiccicato in bella vista su Boogie in the Breeze Blocks un adesivo che preparasse l'ignaro acquirente agli effetti collaterali dell'ascolto. Che ne so, una roba del tipo «L'uso prolungato può provocare grave dipendenza» oppure «Materiale esplosivo. Maneggiare con cura». Mica ci si imbatte tutti ...

Boogie In The Breeze Blocks

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2009
Track listing: Predetermined to the Master Plan; Ghost Cloud; Slap Yr Boots On! Oysters Await; Entertaining After The Beast; Jim O'Rourke; Schroeder meets Jagger; Not Just Any Kind of Fruit and Veg; Movement of Ta! People; Roosevelt Island--I Can't Do It; Mao Mix; Nike Rim Johb; Herodiade.

Counterexample

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2009


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