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Label: Utech Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Supreme.


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Orthodox: Supreme

Read "Supreme" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

As part of a 2010 five-disc anthology, The NYFA Collection: 25 Years of New York New Music (Innova), one musician, Eric John Eigner, contributed a piece called “Music for Faucet" which consisted of the sounds from his Brooklyn bathroom faucet. By manipulating pitch and rhythm through the flow of hot and cold water, and adjusting the ...


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Eye Contact: Embracing the Tide/Making Eye Contact with God

Read "Embracing the Tide/Making Eye Contact with God" reviewed by Florence Wetzel

This is the real thing: raw, live avant-garde jazz recorded in New York City, music that soars and uplifts and ignores all boundaries. Trumpeter and bass clarinetist Matt Lavelle is blessed with technical skill and great heart, and he's fueled by a ferocious spiritual imperative. His music questions and explodes human limitations, and he's constantly discovering ...


Circular Logic

Label: Utech Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1.2; 2.1.


Embracing the Tide/Making Eye Contact with God

Label: Utech Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: CD1: Embracing the Tide: 2013; Hot Silver and the Crude; Wiz Church; Father. CD2: Making Eye Contact with God: Ace of Cups; Eye Contact with God; Mars in the 4th House; Sweat Lodge Dance.



Label: Utech Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Losgelassen; Premoan; Moan; Untitled; Poultney; Encoure.


Article: Album Review

Sepia Trio: Cleft

Read "Cleft" reviewed by Andrey Henkin

Cleft's genre comes up as “unclassifiable in iTunes. While this is a little bit of a stretch, the Sepia Trio's mix of disparate energy music traditions, most audibly The Fringe, is impressive. Seth Meicht (sax), Brendan Dougherty (drums, electronics), and a new bassist, the much older Akira Ando, recorded Cleft in Dougherty's adopted home of Germany, ...


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The Rempis Percussion Quartet: Circular Logic

Read "Circular Logic" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Dave Rempis is best known as the other saxophonist in the Vandermark 5, a ferocious virtuoso improviser who's at home in every style of music you can name. With Circular Logic, one of the most exciting albums of the year, Rempis steps up to lead a free bop band with two rampaging drummers. The ...


Toward The Within

Label: Utech Records
Released: 1994


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