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Postmarks: National Parks

Read "National Parks" reviewed by John Eyles

The duo Postmarks consists of London-born Austrian saxophonist Boris Hauf and the Chicago-based American pianist D Bayne. Their first CD Western Ave (Luminescence, 2005) was a limited-edition of only one hundred copies packaged in unique covers, each a handcrafted collage from twenties Chicago postcards. For National Parks, the duo went to Vienna to record with experimental ...

The Golden Years

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2012

Ballroom

Label: Thrill Jockey
Released: 2004

Highway My Friend

Label: Hat Hut Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1.Mascona 2.FM 3.Impex 4.E101 5.Mine Was The Shoulder You Cried On That Day 6.Fenrus 7.Mile

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Trapist: Brandlmayr - Siewert - Williamson: Highway My Friend

Read "Highway My Friend" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Here, some might draw parallels to the European avant-garde or more specifically, a budding Austrian movement witnessed on recent releases by the “Durian” record label. Guitarist Martin Siewert (Austria), drummer Martin Bradnlmayr (Austria) and bassist Joe Williamson (Canada) perform with a minimalist type spirit on this quietly fascinating effort. Recorded live in Vienna, you could barely ...


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