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While retaining the same intensely throbbing core that is at the heart of Free Mandoomjazz music, the addition of trumpeter Luc Klein and trombonist Patrick Darley on a few tracks brings new colors and textures to the proceedings.
This is a bigger, bolder vision for the group without forsaking its punk-jazz essence. The band will be touring China October after some dates in Scotland at the end of September November they will be playing in Poland. Cold Facts 2. Incineration Of Sorrows 3. Hellfaced 4. The Augur 5. Appeasing The Apparition 6. Serving The Alibi 7. Cloud Of Liars 8. Immutable 9. Draugr The compactness and formal cohesion of band and release name reflect the newly found balance in the band, now featuring their live drummer Jacopo Pierazzuoli of Morkobot and Kings Of Fire fame , Colin Edwin on electric bass member of Metallic Taste Of Blood with Eraldo Bernocchi and of o.
Draugr will available in all formats, from October 28 th , and will also feature a remix by renowned British breakcore artist Leon Switch. This hot-off-the-press taster, which will also be available in multiple DL formats, is an introduction to the forthcoming full length release, to be titled Magnetic, due to be released late Spring Gaudi, a much respected producer and performer with 15 studio albums under his belt, has been working to dissolve musical boundaries for over 35 years now, and is best loved and noted for his genre blending and high quality dub-centric productions.
He has been let loose in the RareNoise vaults and has set himself the creational challenge of composing an album of entirely new music using the full palate of the RareNoise catalogue as his orchestra. Gaudi is no stranger to this kind of undertaking having previously taken on the challenge of composing and producing an album of new music working with vocal parts from archives of legendary Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Drawing also from the rock side of the spectrum this track gets edge and pace from the drums of Ted Parsons from cult band Killing Joke. Gaudi plays Minimoog, korg MS20 and fender rhodes. The trombone of Brian Allen member of Brainkiller draws you in and leads you as it meanders like a liquid brass river through the track.
Side B is a more subdued affair. Electronic noises and textures are crafted by Masami Akita aka Merzbow and tremulous nostalgic guitar by Eraldo Bernocchi punctuates the soundscape.
Drums by Steve Jansen the drummer from art pop band Japan give the track a purposeful yet faltering pace which further reinforces the space and flavour of the track - it is a song of counterpoints, spacious yet introspective, dark yet with a hint whimsy. Saft not only supplies all the piano and an assortment of vintage keyboards and synths, he also plays all the electric bass and guitar parts on this heavy Dub influenced recording.
And drummer Craig Santiago supplies the all-important one-drop, Rockers, and Steppers grooves to fuel this potent session Saft explains that his affinity for Jamaican music took hold decades ago. These were producers who used the recording studio and mixing console as a musical instrument.
The greatest dub producers and artists shape the sound of their work by using. Delays, reverbs, modulation devices, compression and saturation devices: these are all tools in the toolbox of the greatest dub artists. Additionally, I feel extremely fortunate to have worked with many true masters of Reggae music, including the living legends Bad Brains. Having the opportunity to learn with true masters like Darryl Jenifer and Dr. Know of Bad Brains has deeply informed how I think about and shape music every single day.
Michele Cavallari : keyboards, piano, fx Luca Fogagnolo: el bass, upright bass, trombone J. Peter Schwalm : electronics, beats, keyboards, acoustic guitar guests: Daniel Calvi: el. BLURB The adventurous trio Chat Noir has for the past 12 years defied easy categorization with its organic mix of ambient music, electronic textures as well as chamber music and jazz.
Their singular approach to the piano trio, cinematic in scope and startlingly beautiful, has garnered critical raves throughout Europe. Their collective experimentation continues on the evocative Nine Thoughts for One Word.
Peter in particular had in our project. For Luca and I, it was a natural choice to abandon the classic piano-bass-drums format and try something different, but in line with the evolution of our style, which incorporated more and more electronic textures over the years.
Peter brought in his experience with sound processing and treatments, as well as his personal taste as co-producer of the album. Given his strong background in ambient music, his participation in the project sound-wise contributed to the very spacious dimension of the album, in line with the already ethereal vibe of the compositions.
Our friendship and music collaboration informs one another. On the one hand, music made our friendship even stronger. On the other hand, we can rely on shared ideas about music, and even more generally about life, when playing together. Nine Thoughts for One Word is our second album recorded through cloud-based sharing of music ideas and sessions.
But somehow the distance helped to develop even more our personal taste, before sharing ideas for new tunes as. Basically, the process we follow to compose and play together is grounded in the root of two essential and mutually reinforcing aspects: friendship and freedom. Our music has often been associated with cinematic features. Rather than thinking visually when composing, I guess we approach compositions in away that has similarities with film direction.
Then, from the original basic idea, we let the other totally express himself without limitations. Sometimes we go through multiple iterations of sending music ideas back and forth between us, as additional contributions can inspire new direction of the tune. In this sense we are totally connected. And together with ambient mixmaster Schwalm, they travel to some wholly new musical territory on Nine Thoughts for One Word, the most transcendent Chat Noir release to date.
Their slamming and startlingly unique debut, Butterfly Killer -- full of skronking noise guitars of blast furnace intensity and stream of conscious raps over righteous riffs and humungous backbeats -stands as one of the most strangely compelling outings in the. Credit Clouser with creating the vehicle for such a powerful statement to take place.
With Magnet Animals, I wanted to get back to just a creative impulse, honoring that, expressing, and moving on. I wrote the tunes in one weekend in a cabin a week before we had the tour planned.
I took the sessions to Minneapolis to mix, and that was it. I wanted it to be fast, a reflection of the personalities of the players and their instincts, and not think myself out of what I needed to say, and what this group was on its first impulse, instinctively. If I am going to use them, I want them to have purpose. So I wrote that. So that was an easy and kind of emotional song to write.
He is so fearless and himself. He kind of plays how Mexico City sounds to me. Shanir is so scouted when he plays and his feel is so warm. We got along well and talked about doing something together at some point. It seemed like it was time to play together. It had to be a crew of guys willing to get into the dirt. Much of what we did and what we captured on record is about the energy of the performance, the risk,.
Shanir had a big hand in arranging the tunes and working out feels. Listening to Skip James sing, going back to a lot of the Alan Lomax recordings of prison song, field song, gospel I liked the personality and personalities of it. People there had something to say that I related to. I have spent a lot of time with old blues records and psych rock records, some of the Brazilian psych rock stuff and Os Mutantes, and then, of course, hip-hop. But I have a background in jazz, knowledge of these harmonies, and spent time playing Thelonious Monk music, so some of that creeps in as well.
Though I live in Mexico City now, I can only run so far from driving up and down highway 35 through the cornfields, Flying J travel centers, and listening to unreasoned preachers and minor league baseball games on the radio. I did so many van tours up and down that highway, you have time to write. You find romance, resignation there in the simple. The Coen Brothers are great at putting that to story and film. I love that kind of Americana when it sounds in music. My parents, who I love so much, sent me to Sunday school when I was kid, which I hated so much.
It was horrible. I knew they were lying to me and I was stand-offish. So maybe I lash out in music, or in what I write, or how I sing it. I love his writing. His story is tragic and heroic and offensive and teaching.
I almost died from being an addict and I am gay. From there on, its pretty easy to relate. This was about three years ago. We all had the same impetus, to go out and share our music wherever we could but in the most human, non-pretentious way possible. For example, we just got a grant from he US Embassy some months ago. We had offers to take it and go to a couple big festivals for free or a reduced rate. We decided to go to Honduras, Nicaragua and South Mexico and play in community centers and.
And I would do that again in a second, and these two guys are the same way. I have been assaulted by way too many ideas since I moved here that I am still trying to sort through and make records or bands or whatever might be next. There is an energy here that I am attracted to, a chaos, but at the same time something very human. Because at some point you have to help each other out or the whole thing is going to blow up and the city will drown in itself.
And now touring a lot in Mexico, going to places like Oaxaca up in the mountains to work with traditional wind musicians, or on the Yucatan to a town where Maya is the only language spoken, these things are fascinating, invigorating, exciting. I am able to learn by living all day long, and when that is happening there is no escape from inspiration.
Clouser and his Magnet Animals crew deliver goods on this provocative new release on RareNoise Records. And as keyboardist and principal composer for the edgy London-based avant-funk-jazz quintet WorldService Project, he is striking a blow upside the head of musical complacency.
He further describes the do-or-die presence that the band adopts onstage. We throw ourselves into it and hope to come out alive at the other end.
And if you're not bleeding by the end of it, you haven't tried hard enough. It is an incredibly personal record for me much more than any other with true heartbreak, anger, loss, disillusionment, ecstasy and piss-taking a-plenty! But at its heart I hope , purity of gesture, intensity and sincerity. Midway through, the mood shifts as the piece gradually builds to a slamming, fuzz-laden crescendo of epic proportions. Why is the courtesy of the prey always confused with the courtesy of the hunters… Part I 2.
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Part I instructions on the left from the right? Part II. Part III D2. Part IV. The resulting sound is a relentlessly intense cauldron of caustic power chording, adrenalized blast beats and double bass drum thunder, and grinding white noise fusillades, courtesy of this fearsome threesome.
My way of playing was fitting his music perfectly, as I play both improvised music that is changing shape all the time and heavy amplified music. At age ten I joined a youth orchestra where we played everything from marching music to operas up to contemporary composers pieces.
Because of this, I appreciated different music by itself before getting into a certain scene or genre too deep. And he loves to mix up his wideranging vocabulary from session to session. The idea of collaborating with Keiji on An Untroublesome Defencelessnes goes back to Keiji is like an infinite well of ideas.
The revered trombonist, who came up playing Dixieland or traditional jazz music while attending Yale University in the mid s and later made his mark in the free jazz world through collaborations with Cecil Taylor, Archie Shepp, John Tchicai and longtime collaborator Steve Lacy, is a formidable presence on this recording. Similarly, the compositions and music productions by J.
Peter Schwalm are testament to the power of tones without words. Since , Schwalm has been repeatedly invited by the Punktfestival in Kristiansand, where he performed as celebrated live-remixer. As one of the most respected exponents of this particular art form, he collaborated with several well known music ensembles, including the Ensemble Modern from Frankfurt The new album by J.
These surprising photos, which so reminded me of paintings, seemed to embody the very same deep duality between the dark melancholia they depicted and a continuous, meshed sense of hope, an embedded ray of light, as did the compositions I was working on.
Peter Schwalm seek to balance the aesthetics of electronic with that of orchestral music. His swelling arrangements mark the difference between opulence desired and bombast to be avoided at all costs , while his electronic sounds highlight his unique techniques, developed way beyond what is achievable by regular plug-ins.
Many passages are completely devoid of beat, thus achieving a deep sense of contemplation in music. FLAM 4. He pushes the envelope even further on his latest microtonal project, FLAM!
Jointly dedicated to 20th century classical composer Olivier Messiaen and innovative hip-hop record producer J Dilla, this ambitious venture has the guitarist-composer pursuing his passion for the notes that fall between the cracks with his intrepid microtonal crew.
The seven movements that comprise FLAM! The three extra tracks that comprise BLAM! Fiuczynski is joined on both portions of his latest release by former Microjam Institute students Utar Artun on microtonal keyboard, Yazhi Guo on suona Chinese oboe and percussion, Helen Sherrah-Davies on violin, Jack Sherman on microtonal keyboard, Justin Schornstein on bass and Alex Bailey on drums.
And the final piece of FLAM! Why I connected those three disparate things? I just thought it would be groovy. Visions relentlessly follow visions, temperature and texture changes flow into another without hardly rest. Here again one can sense the manifestation of the notion of glacial time theorized by Morris — a state of deep listening between musicians, when time is felt and understood by all, but does not need to be overtly stated.
The prolific, Grammy-winning composer-arrangerproducer and bandleader died of a massive heart attack on May 20 at age 58, just weeks before the final mastering of this chilling opus.
A beloved figure and well-informed wag on the New York jazz scene, Belden was still basking in the glow of his triumphant February performance in Tehran with his group Animation it was the first time an American musician had played in Iran since when fate struck and he slipped into a coma in his Upper West Side apartment, passing away in the hospital three days later.
But the concept had been long set in place for this recording with his band Animation, featuring guest bassist Bill Laswell. To help Belden realize his futuristic A Space Odyssey-inspired vision for Machine Language, he enlisted vocalist Kurt Elling as narrator for this cyberpunk opera.
I did a cold read once down, without music, and expected Bob to make whatever edits and adjustments he wanted. I was in and out of the studio in an hour.
And the darkly foreboding music, performed by Pete Claggett on muted trumpet, Roberto Verastegui on electric keyboard, Matt Young on drums, Belden on soprano sax and Laswell. This variety of influences and musical idioms manifests itself in a very specific kind of sound, one that is now characteristic of the band, one which is predicated and thrives on the very notion and practice of the contraposition of opposites. Out of contrast perfect balance is reached, when distorted guitars sound clean and soothing, while cascades of piano notes suddenly morph into threatening shards — listening to this will lift you into a state not unlike that of cognitive dissonance, one of deep, uncomfortable enjoyment.
By adding another ingredient to the. In a post-Cage-ian world where there are no wrong notes — in fact, no notes at all, just silence and the absence of silence — the enigmatic Merzbow is a Magellan of sound, fearlessly traveling uncharted waters on each new project he undertakes he has made over recordings since Gustafsson is a member of the Fire! They were later married in I had never played with Balazs before, so I was delighted to work with him on the first Cuts project.
That usually does not work so well. It all depends on the day, the energy and of course the room. It actually had a skateboard ramp! It was a truly spectacular recording. It went super-fast -- just a wall of noise-poetry with layers and perspectives changing all the time.
And to have Thurston Moore in the mix just added colours, layers, energies and sound. It was a very inspired sharing with the others. You'll be able to test out what you need, what you like, and how your body reacts to different products as well as the mediums you are using to put CBD into your body.
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How has the experience changed? Would they have an outbreak and have to close again? So I went. The bite-sized food was absolutely incredible, ranging from unique, specialty cuisine to Americanized versions of different cultural staples. There was a wide variety of vegan and vegetarian options throughout the World Showcase, and the beverage selection was diverse enough to satisfy young kids and of-age adults alike. This had an unexpected benefit — while fewer people meant a lesser chance of exposure to the virus, it also meant virtually no lines for food and rides.
There were placeholders on the ground designating six feet of distance in every queue line and, in some cases, plastic separators were also utilized. Hand sanitizer dispensers were everywhere and there were portable handwashing stations spread throughout the park to reduce crowding in bathrooms and promote more frequent washing.
Trash cans were often changed, soap and sanitizer dispensers were always full, and castmembers were verbally reminding patrons to obey the new health and safety guidelines. In most cases, families had entire rows or boats to themselves, depending on the attraction type.
The rides were sanitized every few uses by cast members, who were extremely quick but efficient. Restaurants did the same thing with their seating and sanitizing. The store sizes were reduced and offered a smaller selection of merchandise, but there was still so much available to buy it was hardly an inconvenience.
Not in a literal sense — there were reminders of "the new normal" everywhere I turned. But I stopped focusing on the pandemic simply because, for the first time in months, I felt safe. The number of precautions in place to keep everyone healthy was unlike anything I've seen so far in a public space, and allowed guests to just focus on having fun with their friends and families. Sure, maybe you're not going into a therapist's office for a session anymore. Or maybe you're entirely new to the therapy world and looking to jump in the deep end of your mental wellbeing.
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Here are some burning questions people have about a Taurus, answered by yours truly — a Taurus! When I'm not, I'm significantly more stressed, and my anxiety skyrockets. If I ever have, or another Taurus has, it was probably the result of wanting to impress someone or trying to make a situation sound better than it really is.
Though, that's just a bull standing their ground. Why do you always need so much approval from everyone? If you love me, cool, and if you don't, that's fine too. People are going to think what they want but ultimately, you know the truth. Screw what everyone else has to say. There's no reason to ask. Do you ever find your empathy to be a problem? Rather, it's a catch than a fault. If a friend or family member of mine is in need for whatever reason, I'm there whether it be physically or emotionally.
Does it get taxing? I have this mindset that if I let other people see my weaknesses, they won't think I'm strong anymore and no one will need or want me to be there. Still, the hard truth is that it's toxic, taxing, and terrible for our mental health. Can you explain the feelings behind this? All 12 signs are divided into the four elements: Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. Because Capricorn, Taurus, and Virgo are Earth signs, we have a lot in common and your question is one of them.
Change just disrupts the balance that we've found — a balance that eventually became our comfort zone. Your guests or roommates might not know where something is but you sure do, and God forbid if someone moves something without you knowing it. If something comes up last minute, whether it be for business or pleasure, mapping out some sort of plan in my head is a default setting. I can never genuinely 'fly by the seat of my pants', as they say.
Though to be truthful, I'm basing that decision on the faults of one Cancer who was, by textbook definition, a literal narcissistic sociopath. Virgos, I can understand but Geminis, I can't fully explain that one. The issue, I've found, is that it's not whether or not people agree with what I have to say, but justifying an already flimsy opinion with absolutely no logic. Likewise, other Taurus traits that go hand-in-hand with this are 'greedy' and 'money-hungry'.
My loyalty knows very few bounds, and friends and family consider me a very dependable person — when I say I'll do something or that I'll be somewhere, I'm there. Also, ask anyone and they'll tell you that I'm hard-working — though I want to credit that to my parents who taught me that a strong work ethic goes a long way.
Everyone should know better than to take a bull by the horns. Do you think that is true, or that a lot of people are stubborn regardless of zodiac?
In general, it's percent true. It just depends on the person and situation. Even still, there's a reason that stubbornness is the first trait people think of when 'Taurus' pops in their mind.
And from what I've seen, a lot of Taureans share the same mindset to some degree - whether they want to admit it or not. There's so much to do in such limited allotted times that I have to keep going even when I know I should sit back and relax for a bit — or dare I say, take a nap. It's something I hadn't noticed before and I'm glad someone brought it up. Personally, I like to see the reality of a situation rather than seeing a pretty, sugar-coated version.
However, we like to pick our moments — or at least I do. It's probably one of the quickest ways to infuriate me and I swear, I turn into the cartoon where their face turns red and steam comes out of their ears. But sure, call us selfish and see what happens. Passive-aggressive, straight forward, or a little bit of both? If someone wants to take the bull by the horns, per se, I'm game. If someone can dish it out, they better be able to take it — and if they can't, they never should've opened their mouth to begin with.
How does this play out in a successful relationship? For us, that's just Relationship In reality, we don't ask for much but a lot of times, it's misconstrued as something more complicated than it is. It should be no surprise that Taureans are set in their ways, especially when it comes to their love lives.
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