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Verbruggen / Dumoulin / Haker Flaten / Wooley: kaPSalon [VINYL + 3 PRINTS] (Rat Records)

Recorded during the Jazz Middelheim Festival in 2014, the quartet of Belgium drummer and label-leader Teun Verbrougeh and pianist Jozef Dumoulin are joined with Norwegian bassist living in the US Ingebrigt Haker Flaten and New York trumpeter Nate Wooley to record this set of formidable free jazz, released in a vinyl LP with 3 12x12 prints, one for each piece. ... Click to View


Rempis / Piet / Daisy: Throw Tomatoes (Astral Spirits)

Bringing together two live shows from 2017 of the trio of Chicago luminaries, Dave Rempis on saxophones, Tim Daisy on drums, and Matt Piet on piano, in an exhilarating album of free jazz that shows the excitement of all three in what are only their 3rd and 4th live gigs together, each driving the other to enthusiastic heights amidst contemplative and playful moments. ... Click to View


Rempis / Piet / Daisy: Throw Tomatoes [CASETTE w/ DOWNLOAD] (Astral Spirits)

Bringing together two live shows from 2017 of the trio of Chicago luminaries, Dave Rempis on saxophones, Tim Daisy on drums, and Matt Piet on piano, in an exhilarating album of free jazz that shows the excitement of all three in what are only their 3rd and 4th live gigs together, each driving the other to enthusiastic heights amidst contemplative and playful moments. ... Click to View


Robert Dick / Tiffany Chang: Raise The River (RogueArt)

Pioneering West Coast flute improviser Robert Dick, whose command over the instrument is startlingly profound, is joined by young Bay Area drummer Tiffany Chang for nine studio recordings of brilliant interplay, from energetic interaction to introspective beauty, with bizarre moments of extended flute technique, an astonishing and engaging album. ... Click to View


Battus / Gauguet / La Casa: Chantier 4 (Swarming)

Using the building site of the Paris Philharmonie as their source location and inspiration, the trio of Pascal Battus using found objects, Bertrand Gauget on saxophone, and Eric La Casa on microphones, improvise and record the background sounds, machines, and environmental influences, using those recordings to create these three fascination compositions. ... Click to View


Sun Ra: The Cymbals / Symbols Sessions: New York City 1973 [2 CDs] (Modern Harmonic)

In 1973 Sun Ra went into the studio for Impulse! to record "Cymbals" with the octet of Danny Davis, John Gilmore, Elmoe Omoe, Ronnie Boykins, Derek Morris, and Akh Tal Ebah; though 2 LP's worth of material were recorded, the album was never released until now, in a remastered edition bringing listeners this much-anticipated album of synth-heavy, Arkestra-oriented 'Ra. ... Click to View


Sun Ra: Astro Black (Modern Harmonic)

From 1973-75 the Impulse! label released a few Sun Ra albums, the first of which was "Astro Black" with a large Arkestra-like ensemble with well-known collaborators making up the ensemble as they perform the title track, "Discipline, "Hidden Spheres" and "Cosmo-Fire", reissued as a 2018 Record Store Day releases in its first proper reissue. ... Click to View


Joelle Leandre: Dire du Dire (Rectangle)

An hour-long interview in the French language between French improvisers, bassist and vocalist Joelle Leandre and guiatist Noel Akchote, originally released in 2000, Leandre very engaged and at times quite animated and in good spirits, the CD partitioned into six equal sections for easy indexing. ... Click to View


Brian Eno / Kevin Shields: The Weight Of History / Only Once Away My Son [VINYL 12" RSD] (Opal)

Brian Eno joins forces with My Bloody Valentine guitarist and experimenter Kevin Shields for an instrumental album of rich tones and textures, with IDM/ambient rhythmic sections and a dramatic sense of pacing only found in the work of such experienced and innovative artists, released as a 12" RSD album on Eno's Opal label. ... Click to View


Oren Ambarchi: Grapes From The Estate [VINYL 2 LPs] (Black Truffle)

A much-needed reissue of Australian guitarist and sound artist Oren Ambarchi's 2004 album, an achievement and turning point for Ambarchi in the scope of his work, expanding his instrumental palette to incorporate more lyrical aspects into his sound, complementing his previous bass-heavy drone work, the album remastered for this essential gatefold release. ... Click to View


Satoko Fujii: Ninety-Nine Years (Libra)

Composer-pianist Satoko Fujii's new Orchestra Berlin, a ten-piece ensemble, presents a powerful work written specifically for this group in thought-provoking compositions of and uninhibited energy, with performers including saxophonists Gebhard Ullmann, Paulina Owczarek & Matthias Schubert, trombonist Matthias Muller, bassist Jan Roder, and drummers Peter Orins and Michael Griener. ... Click to View


Kira Kira (Tamura / Spence / Fujii / Takemura): Bright Force (Libra)

Since 2007 Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii and Australian keyboardist Alister Spence have collaborated on performance and recording in several configurations, including work with Tony Buck, Raymond McDonald, Jim O'Rourke, &c.; this energetic and otherworldly quartet session with trumpeter Natsuki Tamura and drummer Ittetsu Takemura was recored live Knuttel House, in Tokyo, 2017. ... Click to View


Kevin Drumm: Inexplicable Hours (Sonoris)

Chicago experimenter and improviser Kevin Drumm releases the sequel to his 6-CD boxset "Elapsed Time", using audio generators and various electronic devices to generate beautiful ambient environments and drones that are complemented by field recordings and short spoken sections, a rich work of subtle complexity, dark warmth, and mystery. ... Click to View


Kevin Drumm: Inexplicable Hours [VINYL @ LPs + CD] (Sonoris)

Chicago experimenter and improviser Kevin Drumm releases the sequel to his 6-CD boxset "Elapsed Time", using audio generators and various electronic devices to generate beautiful ambient environments and drones that are complemented by field recordings and short spoken sections, a rich work of subtle complexity, dark warmth, and mystery. ... Click to View


Animals & Giraffes (Greenlief / la Rocco / Leidecker): Landlocked Beach (Creative Sources)

A fascinating work of spoken word and free improvisation from writer Claudia La Rocco and the duo of Phillip Greenlief on sax and Wobbly (aka Jon Leidecker) on electronics and live sampling, La Rocco's unexpected text of the mundane and the fantastic repeated, manipulated and mangled, bringing the words in and out of focus as the music and sonic environment. ... Click to View


Bill Dixon: Odyssey (Solo Works) [6 CD BOX SET] (Archive Edition)

This 2001 limited 6-CD box set of late trumpeter Bill Dixon's solo work in 5 CDs plus 1 CD of Dixon speaking, including two 32-page booklets containing essays, interviews, & writings, plus reproductions of 13 Dixon paintings, along with 3 inserts; an essential example of Dixon's incredible creative output, the final copies of which were recently discovered and available one last time. ... Click to View


Hong Chulki / Will Guthrie: Mosquitoes and Crabs (erstwhile)

Recording in Seoul, South Korea at Mullae Arts Village in 2016, the duo of Australian drummer/percussionist Will Guthrie and improvising noise artist Hong Chulki release 8 pieces with concise works under 1 minute to larger improvisations up to 8 minutes, contrasting interesting rhythms with indescribable electronics, found sounds, and unusual environments. ... Click to View


Christian Wolff / Antoine Beuger: Where Are We Going, Today (erstwhile)

Using piano, objects, charango, flute, voice, whistles, and a copy of the Editions Wandelweiser recording of Christian Wolff's "Stones", improvisers and composer Christian Wolff and Antoine Beuger present the two part "Where Are You Going Today", a series of events punctuated by silence and Beuger's brief recitations, creating great tension and mystery. ... Click to View


Toshiya Tsunoda / Taku Unami: Wovenland (erstwhile)

The liner notes give good detail to each composition from these Japanese sound artists and composers Toshiya Tsunoda and Taku Unami, reworking and transforming field recordings from a diverse set of environmental locations by changing pitch, playback speeds, frequency, amplitude, &., creating 11 compositions, imbuing the mundane with unusual and surprising aural attributes. ... Click to View


Michael Pisaro / Reinier van Houdt: Shades of Eternal Night (Gravity Wave)

Largely derived from piano recordings by Netherlands pianist Reinier van Houdt, a member of both the Ensemble MAE and the Ives Ensemble and heard on the Wandelweiser label, expanded by several field recordings recorded by Michael Pisaro in Syros (Greece), creating a work in three pieces of rich environments that contrast peaceful passages with powerful ambiance. ... Click to View


Michael Pisaro : Etant Donnes (Gravity Wave)

An unusual album for American composer Michael Pisaro: six works based almost entirely on samples, punctuating more characteristic work in keeping with his Wandelweiser and EMW work with rhythmic and popular forms, albeit with Pisaro's characteristic inclusions, surprising the listener in an illusionary approach yielding serious electroacoustic compositions. ... Click to View


Spectral (Dave Rempis / Darren Johnston / Larry Ochs): Empty Castles (Aerophonic)

Spectral, since 2012 the working horn trio of Dave Rempis on alto & baritone sax, Darren Johnston on trumpet, and Larry Ochs on sopranino & tenor sax, split their time between San Francisco and Chicago, in their 3rd album of spontaneous, complex free improv, here using the setting of Bunker A-168 in Mare Island Shoreline Heritage Preserve, CA, to influence their performance. ... Click to View


Dave Rempis / Tim Daisy & Guests: Dodecahedron (Aerophonic)

Marking their 20th anniversary working together, the collaboration between Chicago improvisers, saxophonist Dave Rempis and percussionist Tim Daisy, release their third duo recording, inviting an incredible list of improvisers to perform live with them at Elastic Arts in Chicago in 2017: Jason Adasiewicz, Jim Baker, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Steve Swell, Katie Young, and Aaron Zarzutzki. ... Click to View


Peter Bruun's All Too Human (w/ Tranberg / Ducret / Toldam): Vernacular Avant-garde (Ayler)

Copenhagen drummer Peter Bruun leads a band with guitarist Marc Ducret, trumpeter Kasper Tranberg and synth player Simon Toldam, and upbeat electric free jazz album of powerful intent and compelling compositions performing melodic and insightful compositions, the band well acquainted from work on Ducret's own albums and with Samuel Blaser; recommended. ... Click to View


Christophe Monniot & Grand Orchestre du Tricot: Jericho Sinfonia (Ayler)

A unique ensemble performing a long-form composition by French saxophonist Christophe Monniot with the 12-piece Grand Orchestre du Tricot, 12 movements that are punctuated by layered spoken words, a subtle and sophisticated work realized with performers including Roberto Negro, Florian Satche, Quentin Biardeau, Jean-Baptiste Lacou, &c. ... Click to View


Ivo Perelman / Matthew Shipp / Joe Hertenstein: Scalene (Leo)

Scalene describes a triangle having sides unequal in length, but there's nothing uneven in the back and forth from the NY trio of tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman, pianist Matthew Shipp, and new to Perelman & Shipp's many collaborations, drummer Joe Herteinstein, in a 10-part studio recording of energetic spontaneous improvisation with a strong lyrical center. ... Click to View


Ivo Perelman / Matthew Shipp / Jeff Cosgrove: Live In Baltimore (Leo)

A rare live album from Brazilian-born/NY-based saxophonist Ivo Perelman, performing live at An Die Musik in Baltimore in 2017 in a trio with pianist Matthew Shipp and new drummer Jeff Cosgrove, for a single epic improvisation that takes the listener on an adventure from lyrical to energetic free jazz, all three players unhurried and absolutely focused. ... Click to View


Suspensao: Physis (Creative Sources)

The third album on Creative Sources for this 10-piece ensemble with 5 string players, piano, sax, trombone, electronics and percussion, freely improvising in an extended work themed for the Greek theological, philosophical, and scientific term typically translated as nature or physics, in a rich tapestry of meticulous detail and profoundly subtle communication. ... Click to View


Domeniconi / Schlegel / Suter : Quince Dreams (Creative Sources)

Three versatile improvisers with pedigrees including Christian Weber, Christian Wolfarth, Objets Trouves, Big Bold Back Bone, &c, the Swiss trio of Roberto Domeniconi on piano, Jan Schlegel on electric bass, and Sheldon Suter on drums use unusual and extended techniques integrated within free improv in this coproduction with RSI Rete Due Radiotelevision, Switzerland. ... Click to View


Baker / Glover: Love, Approximately (Bad Architect Records)

Bridging folk traditions with modern aesthetics, the duo of Evan Baker on guitar and Austin Glover on violin, both contributing songs, sing about everyday events, music, and life, the songs having a bluesy and even early Kinks feel at times, made unique through a cappella moments and languid instrumental sections. ... Click to View


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  • April 20, 2018: Squidco

    On Saturday, April 21 we celebrate Record Store Day 2018, and in our typical approach to the day, we offer discounts to our customers and spend the day celebrating the most wonderful of objects in the world: music albums.

    In many ways I split my opinion between incredulity that we're still here selling records, contrasted with an impression that we somehow have to justify our existence and that we need a day to celebrate. Squidco has been selling music for 15 years. We sell only and exclusively the physical variety: real albums, the kind that people collect, build personal libraries from, and refer to out of fascination and interest. As that becomes less the norm, we become the exception, and those who collect physical albums, exceptional. Of the latter, they are the people who value the permanence of art and not the vapid essence of a stream of bits. They are often people who take the time to research quality in playback, who listen attentively, with a focus that surpasses the increasingly background tapestry of sound that I see many fall back on.

    When you think about it, it only makes sense: we sell music from musicians who push the envelope, or who are exceptionally good at what they do. They're performers not looking to make a fast buck, but who value the history of what they play, and who want to build, expand or enhance that history. When they put out an album, typically it's a statement or a place to let their listeners catch up with them. In tandem with that, the people who buy those albums have an expectation and curiosity about specific albums and artists. They're not asking some pre-programmed robot to select something they might like, they actively seek out new or interesting music. That's increasingly unusual, and increasingly exemplary.

    That said, each year I meet more people who have never owned an LP, a CD, or a cassette, or who have never purchased a music magazine or spent time with a music DVD. And most surprisingly of all, I meet those who expect all music to stream for free or for next to nothing, who don't want to make conscious choices about the music they hear. As a 40 year collector of music, it's an unexpected world I find myself in, but that's definitely a sign of the times (have you read the newspapers lately!?!)

    Sometimes I think we should have a Record Store CUSTOMER Day, because we at Squidco salute those collectors who they care deeply about music, who are not looking for concessions to their taste, and who value their knowledge of the music they've developed. The truth is, we at Squidco deeply value both sides of the equation — musicians and listeners — and we're grateful to those artists who make amazing music as much as those listeners who must have the authentic object with the artist's aesthetic in artwork, booklets, liner notes, listings--their unique signatures.

    Looking back, Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville invented sound recording around 1853, and his recording from 1860 is the earliest recoverable sound recording, or simply put: a record. Around 1877 Charles Cros sketched the idea of his paléophone in France and Thomas Edison began work on wax cylinders and the phonograph, which led to the 78 RPM album, then the LP, the cassette, and the CD. I can't imagine a world without records, and their endurance seems obvious to me. Today, let's celebrate records, record stores, and record store customers, with the foreknowledge that the album's usefulness and permanence is assured.


  • April 13, 2018:

    No real blog entry this week due to family visiting, alongside a bad head cold... the mailing lists went out, but a few other priorities like this blog fell to the wayside. I expect to have a longer entry next week. You might also keep an eye on the site during the week for some special offers and discounted items leading up to Saturday!

    Meanwhile, you may notice that we've restocked the entire erstwhile back-catalog, including their magnificent box set.

    We also added two new titles from Satoko Fujii's excellent Libra label as her 60th birthday celebration continues.

    Fujii, Satoko: Ninety-Nine Years (Libra)Biography "Mike Faloon"

    Composer-pianist Satoko Fujii's new Orchestra Berlin, a ten-piece ensemble, presents a powerful work written specifically for this group in thought-provoking compositions of and uninhibited energy, with performers including saxophonists Gebhard Ullmann, Paulina Owczarek & Matthias Schubert, trombonist Matthias Muller, bassist Jan Roder, and drummers Peter Orins and Michael Griener.



    Kira Kira (Tamura / Spence / Fujii / Takemura): Bright Force (Libra)

    Since 2007 Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii and Australian keyboardist Alister Spence have collaborated on performance and recording in several configurations, including work with Tony Buck, Raymond McDonald, Jim O'Rourke, &c.; this energetic and otherworldly quartet session with trumpeter Natsuki Tamura and drummer Ittetsu Takemura was recored live Knuttel House, in Tokyo, 2017.




    Despite the illness and distractions, we kept on our purchase plan, with the following on their way to us currently:

    My Cat Is An Alien: The Sky With Broken Arms Opax Records / Elliptical Noise

    Roberto Opalio: Once you'll touch the sky you will never return to dust Opax Records / Elliptical Noise



    VANDERMARK, KEN/MICHAEL SNOW: Duol Corbett vs. Dempsey

    GUSTAFSSON, MATS/JASON ADASIEWICZ: Timeless Corbett vs. Dempsey

    LONBERG-HOLM, FRED AND THE AMPHIBIANS OF THE EVERGLADES FEATURING GUSTAVO MATAMOROS: Bow Hard At The Frog Corbett vs. Dempsey

    LACY, STEVE: Stamps [2 CDs] Corbett vs. Dempsey

    HARRIS, BEAVER/DON PULLEN 360ş EXPERIENCE: A Well-Kept Secret Corbett vs. Dempsey





    Fages, Ferran / Alfredo Costa Monteiro / Ruth Barberan: Istmo Creative Sources

    Hautzinger, Franz / Mazen Kerbaj: Abu Tarek Creative Sources

    Agape (Martin Kuchen / David Stackenas): Agape Creative Sources

    Shibolet, Ariel: 132: Work For Multiphonics Creative Sources

    Almeida, Goncalo / John Dikeman / George Hadow: O Monstro Creative Sources

    Guilherme Rodrigues / Johan Moir: GUI Creative Sources

    Dart Love: Escargot Creative Sources

    Variable Geometry Orchestra: Ma'adim Vallis Creative Sources

    String Theory: Tellurium Creative Sources

    Masing, Elo / Dietrich Petzold / Ernesto Rodrigues / Ernesto Rodrigues: Crane Cries Creative Sources

    Rodrigues, Ernesto / Eduardo Chagas: Holes and Cracks Creative Sources

    Zanuttini, Flavio : La Notte Creative Sources

    Quintans, Santi / Ramon Lopez: Espadas como labios Creative Sources

    Dorr, Welf Unit: Blood Creative Sources

    Space Trio: Space Trio Creative Sources

    Free Music Septet: Meandros e Vertentes Creative Sources

    Stoffner, Florian / Albert Cirera: I'm A Resonant Aircraft Creative Sources

    Lisbon String Trio & Eduardo Chagas: Tactile Creative Sources

    Colectivo maDam Ernesto Rodrigues Miguel Mira: Coluro Creative Sources

    Schiller, Christoph / Eric Ruffing: Trance Creative Sources

    Fite, Niklas / Alexander Frangenheim: Sugar is at necessary fluid Creative Sources

    Rodrigues, Ernesto / Guilherme Rodrigues / Miguel Mira / Carlos Santos: Penedo Creative Sources

    Rose, Simon / Nicola L. Hein: Shug Monkey Creative Sources

    Bertch Quartet, The: For Oumuama Creative Sources

    Isotope Ensemble: Barium Creative Sources

    LST & Carlos Zíngaro: Theia Creative Sources

    LST & Sei Miguel: from Faust Creative Sources

    Anissegos, Antonis / Christos Yermenoglou: Intertitles Creative Sources

    Mascolo, Carlo / Andreas Fulgosi: Losca Mio Gulfos Creative Sources

    Rodrigues, Ernesto / Guilherme Rodrigues / Andrew Lafkas / Bryan Eubanks: 0 minutes and 0 seconds Creative Sources

    Sanna, Paolo: Fluorite Creative Sources

    Rodrigues, Ernesto / Guilherme Rodrigues / Bruno Parrinha / Luis Lopes / Vasco Trilla: Lithos Creative Sources

    New Thing Unit: For Cecil Taylor Creative Sources

    Brinicle: First Frost Creative Sources


    A few updates from the last week:

    April 12, 2018: New @ Squidco:
    Satoko Fujii -Ninety-Nine Years [CD] (Libra)
    Kira Kira (Tamura/Spence/Fujii/Takemura) -Bright Force [CD] (Libra)
    Kevin Drumm -Inexplicable Hours [CD] (Sonoris)
    Kevin Drumm -Inexplicable Hours [VINYL @ LPs + CD] (Sonoris)
    Animals & Giraffes (Greenlief/la Rocco/Leidecker) -Landlocked Beach [CD] (Creative Sources)
    Bill Dixon -Odyssey (Solo Works) [6 CD BOX SET] (Archive Edition)
    Hong Chulki/Will Guthrie -Mosquitoes and Crabs [CD] (erstwhile)
    Christian Wolff/Antoine Beuger -Where Are We Going, Today [CD] (erstwhile)
    Toshiya Tsunoda/Taku Unami -Wovenland [CD] (erstwhile)
    Michael Pisaro/Reinier van Houdt -Shades of Eternal Night [CD] (Gravity Wave)
    Michael Pisaro -Etant Donnes [CD] (Gravity Wave)

    April 12, 2018: New Review @ The Squid's Ear: Bernard Falaise - Lézardes et zébrures (Ambiences Magnetiques) by Jeph Jerman.

    April 10, 2018: New @ Squidco:
    Spectral (Dave Rempis/Darren Johnston/Larry Ochs) -Empty Castles [CD] (Aerophonic)
    Dave Rempis/Tim Daisy & Guests -Dodecahedron [2 CDs] (Aerophonic)
    Peter Bruun’s All Too Human (w/ Tranberg/Ducret/Toldam) -Vernacular Avant-garde [CD] (Ayler)
    Christophe Monniot & Grand Orchestre du Tricot -Jericho Sinfonia [CD] (Ayler)
    Ivo Perelman/Matthew Shipp/Joe Hertenstein -Scalene [CD] (Leo)
    Ivo Perelman/Matthew Shipp/Jeff Cosgrove -Live In Baltimore [CD] (Leo)
    Suspensao -Physis [CD] (Creative Sources)
    Domeniconi/Schlegel/Suter -Quince Dreams [CD] (Creative Sources)
    Baker/Glover -Love, Approximately [CDR] (Bad Architect Records)



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