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Michel F. Coté: Mecha Fixes Clocks: Beau comme un aéroport

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The fourth album from innovative jny: Montreal-based drummer Michel F. Côté's ensemble of improvisers Mecha Fixes Clocks is a suite of alternative songs, all referring to air travel (their previous releases were Orbiting With Screwdrivers, Alien8, 2005; À l'inattendu les dieux livrent passage, &records, 2010; and Teoria dell'elasticità di Girolamo Papariello, Ambiances Magnétiques, 2011). ...

À la plage

Label: Tour De Bras
Released: 2014
Track listing: À La Plage 1; À La Plage 2; À La Plage 3; À La Plage 4; À La Plage 5; À La Plage 6; À La Plage 7; À La Plage 8; À La Plage 9; À La Plage 10.

Feldspar

Label: Tour De Bras
Released: 2014

Combines

Label: Tour De Bras
Released: 2014
Track listing: Jeu de carte - première partie; Jeu de carte - deuxième partie; Oui, cela pourrait commencer comme ça....; Situation à deux chefs; Bonus: Situation à deux chefs {live}.

Mecha Fixes Clocks: Beau comme un aéroport

Label: Tour De Bras
Released: 2014
Track listing: Insistance du vide; Se maintenir en l'air coûte que coûte; Passage des oies; Turbulence du dimanche; Course réfléchie du vent; Atlas des brumes; Ostinato aérien #2; Tour des anges; Égalité de la résistance des ailes; Sur le siège d'à côté, 22F; Au terme de l'ascension; Petite perte d'altitude; Ostinato aérien #1.

Feldspar

Label: Tour De Bras
Released: 2014
Track listing: Orpiment; Spinel; Galena; Anatase; Opal; Cinnabar; Feldspar.

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le GGRIL: Combines

Read "Combines" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The 10-musician, Quebecois, Rimouski-based ensemble Grill, or in its full name--Grand Groupe Régional d'Improvisation Libérée, is an experimental, improvisation orchestra. The GGRIL has been active since 2007 and collaborated with innovative Canadian improvisers such as reed player Jean Derome (Le GRILL, Insubordinations, 2007), guitarist René Lussier, and percussionist Danielle P. Roger (Pinta, Niña & Maria, Ambiances ...

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Matana Roberts / Sam Shalabi / Nicolas Caloia: Feldspar

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An exceptional improvised meeting between American saxophonist Matana Roberts, known for her Coin Coin project--Chapter One: Gens de Couleur Libres and Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile (Constellation, 2011 and 2013)--and two left-of-center, free improvisers from the Canadian, Montreal scene--guitarist Sam Shalabi, known for his Middle-Eastern-tinged band Shalabi Effect and his orchestral works with Land of Kush, and ...

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Hélène Prévost: À la plage

Read "À la plage" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Montreal-based Canadian radio presenter, producer and sound artist Hélène Prévost creates in her debut recording a play within play, made of words and manipulated sounds that blur the distinctions between reality and fiction, real and virtual time. À la plage ("at the beach" in French) has nothing to do with breezy, recreational, summer leisure time but ...


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