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Zlatko Kaucic (w/ Evan Parker, Agusti Fernandez, Rafal Mazur, Lotte Anger, Artun Majewski, Phil Minton, Johannes Bauer): Diversity [5 CD BOX SET] (Not Two)

Slovenian percussionist Zlatko Kaucic reinforces the title of his "Diversity" box set over 5 CDs in a variety of solo, duo, trio and quartet setting, including some of the UK & Europe's finest improvisers--Evan Parker, Agusti Fernandez, Lotte Anker, Artur Majewski, Rafal Mazur, Phil Minton, and Johannes Bauer--an excellent example of his wide-ranging work as an improviser. ... Click to View

Roscoe Mitchell Orchestra: Littlefield Concert Hall Mills College (Wide Hive)

Roscoe Mitchell 25 Piece Orchestra Returns with an outstanding follow-up to it's 2017 release "Discussions", recorded in concert at the Littlefield Auditorium in Mills College, reworking earlier works that take advantages of Mitchell's systems designed to articulate and capitalize on the tensions between composition and improvisation; an impressive achievement. ... Click to View

Chicago Odense Ensemble: (El Paraiso Records)

In 2008 the Danish group Causa Sui of guitarist Jonas Munk and drummer Jakob Skott ventured to Chicago, meeting and setting up the studio session for this excellent electric jazz session in a 70's Miles mode, with cornetist Rob Mazurek, Tortoise members Jeff Parker and Dan Bitney. ... Click to View

Luc Ferrari: Music Promenade / Unheimlich Schon [VINYL] (Recollection GRM)

Two works from French composer Luc Ferrari: "Music Promenade" (1964-69) an electroacoustic work for four stand-alone tape recorders presenting a series of colliding realistic sounds and sonic images; and "Unheimlich Schon" (1971), a quiet work of Musique concrete with spoken work--"How does a young woman breathe when thinking about something else?" ... Click to View

Regis Lariviere Renouard: Contree [VINYL] (Recollection GRM)

Acousmatic compositions--works of sound having no relationship to concrete elements--from French composer Regis Renouard Lariviere, using bold sounds structures in three major works from 2002, 2010 & 2013, each exploring sonic environments affected by tone, timbre, time and pitch in fascinating and gripping ways; profoundly interesting and otherworldy. ... Click to View

Maja Ratkje S.K.: Sult (Rune Grammofon)

Starting with a pipe organ, adding metal tubes, PVC tubes, a wind machine, guitar strings, a bass string, a resin thread, metal and glass percussion and a bow, Maja SK Ratjke developed the instrument for a live performance in Jo Stromgren's ballet "Sult" ("Hunger"), taking the instrument to the studio for this extraordinarily interesting album of keys and song. ... Click to View

Surplus 1980 Collectiv Ensembl With G.W. Sok : Forget All This (Music a la Coque)

Surplus 1980 Collectiv Ensembl takes the current members of drummer Moe! Staiano's Surplus 1980 and associated musicians including Kyle Bruckmann, John Shiurba, Vicky Grossi, Paul Costuros, &c, with Dutch vocalist G.w. Sok from The Ex, in an album of avant post-punk rock works, sophisticated but determined and pointed music, an unusual hybrid of impressive styles. ... Click to View

Toyozumi / Countryman / Montes: Blue Incarnation (Improvisations for Kulintang) (ChapChap Records)

Also known as "Improvisations for Kulintang", this live album of energetic and informed free jazz occurred between legendary Japanese percussionist Sabu Toyozumi and Philippine-based saxophonist Rick Countryman in Dec 2018, with featured guest Tusa Montes performing on prepared Kulintang percussion, a set of horizontally laid gongs that add tympanic melody. ... Click to View

Magnus Granberg / Skogen: Nun, es wird nicht weit mehr gehn (Another Timbre)

Composer Magnus Granberg took influences from Schubert's song cycle "Die Winterreise", extracting tonal material, which he merged with rhythmic influences from medieval English folk music and a song by Dowland, merging them into a temporal framework for this large and subtle composition, executed by a setpet including Angharad Davies, Erik Carlsson, Henrik Olsson, d'incise, &c. ... Click to View

Angharad Davies / Rie Nakajima / Alice Purton: Dethick (Another Timbre)

Three free improvising women--Angharad Davies, Rie Nakajima, and Alice Purton--met in the church in the tiny hamlet of Dethick, near Matlock, Derbyshire, over the course of two days developing the ten pieces of this album using an impressive set of stringed and percussive instruments, objects, and mysterious sources to create these fascinating sonic evocations. ... Click to View

Klaus Lang / Golden Fur : Beissel (Another Timbre)

A collaboration between Austrian composer/organist Klaus Lang and the Golden Fur ensemble ofSamuel Dunscombe on clarinet, Judith Hamann on cello & James Rushford on viola & harmonium, reworking a hymn from 18th century composer Johann Conrad Beissel, using an algorithmic system to reinterpret the piece through orchestration, dynamic movement, harmonic density & harmonicity. ... Click to View

Julius Eastman / Apartment House: Femenine (Another Timbre)

A live recording of Julius Eastman's 1974 work "Femenine" performed by Apartment House led by cellist Anton Lukoszevieze with Simon Limbrick on vibraphone, Kerry Yong on piano, Mark Knoop on keyboard, Mira Benjamin on violin, and Gavin Morrison and Emma Williams on flute, an ecstatic and intricate work using a repeating figure contrasted with both asynchronous and complementing backgrounds. ... Click to View

Joshua Abrams And Natural Information Society: Mandatory Reality [2 CDs] (Eremite)

Two large hypnotic works and 2 shorter pieces from Chicago's Natural Information Society led by Joshua Abrams on gimbri in an eight-piece acoustic band with Lisa Alvarado on harmonium & gongs, Mikel Avery on tam-tam & gongs, Ben Boye on autoharp & piano, Hamid Drake on tabla & tar, Ben Lamar Gay on cornet, Nick Mazzarella on saxophone, and Jason Stein on bass clarinet. ... Click to View

Various Artists: An Anthology of Greek Experimental Electronic Music 1966-2016 [2 CDs] (Sub Rosa)

An anthology of contemporary Greek experimental composers focused primarily on works since the 1980s, attempting to map the breadth of approaches while delineating different understandings of what "Greek" or "experimental" may stand for, by means of zeroing in on the numerous, often overlapping, realities and micro-scenes that are associated with the former. ... Click to View

Various Artists: An Anthology of Greek Experimental Electronic Music 1966-2016 [2 LPs] (Sub Rosa)

An anthology of contemporary Greek experimental composers focused primarily on works since the 1980s, attempting to map the breadth of approaches while delineating different understandings of what "Greek" or "experimental" may stand for, by means of zeroing in on the numerous, often overlapping, realities and micro-scenes that are associated with the former. ... Click to View

Masing / Lin / Tallone / Rodrigues / Zek: Buratino (Creative Sources)

A quintet of strings, hurdy gurdy, and amplified objects from Elo Masing on violin, Ernesto Rodrigues on viola, Hui-Chun Lin on cello, Caroline Cecilia Tallone on hurdy gurdy, objects, and Ame Zek on 12 string guitar, objects, recording in the studio for this 5 part improvisation, the hurdy-gurdy adding sustained mystery to a balance of subdued and assertive interaction. ... Click to View

Wolfgang Schwabe / Hui-Chun Lin: 180818 (Creative Sources)

A unique pairing of strings from Berlin improviser Wolfgang Schwabe performing on the Guqin, or Qin, a plucked seven-string Chinese musical instrument of the zither family, and Hui-Chun Lin on cello and voice, finding common ground in instant compositions of exotic string figures plucked and bowed, with Hui-Chun Lin sometimes bringing emotional release in voice. ... Click to View

Dave Douglas: Showing Up / The Power of the Vote [7" VINYL] (Greenleaf Music)

2019 Record Store Day release, a 7" from trumpeter Dave Douglas in two different configurations: the lead track from his album "Engage" featuring guitarist Jeff Parker and cellist Tomeka Reid along with Anna Webber, Nick Dunston & Kate Gentile; and a B-Side from 2018's "Uplift" featuring Joe Lovano and Bill Laswell alongside Mary Halvorson, Julian Lage, and Ian Chang. ... Click to View

Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.: Invisible Eyes And Phantom Cathedral [VINYL] (Bam Balam Records)

One of the most significant Japanese psych bands, Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.'s official RSD release has a distinct Gong/Can feel about it, with the 2019 lineup of Kawabata Makoto: guitar, synthesizer, speed guru; Higashi Hiroshi: synthesizer, noodle god; Jyonson Tsu: vocal, guitar, bouzouki; Satoshima Nani: drums, another dimension; Wolf: bass, space & time. ... Click to View

Various Artists: 20 Jahre Inventionen VI (Edition Rz)

New Pricing April 2019: Recordings from the Berlin Inventionen Festivals for New Music 2005 and 2006 featuring compositions by Edgar Barroso ("ODD"); Mario Verandi ("Comme un jeu des images"); Paul Wilson ("Trhough the Rain"); Ricardo Climent ("Wallwoodpeckers"); Vladimir Djambazov ("The Secret Life of a Snare Drum"); and Ludger Brummer ("Glasharle"). ... Click to View

Paul Dunmall Sun Ship Quartet (Skidmore / Kjaer / Solberg / Wastell): John Coltrane 50Th Memorial Concert At Cafe Oto [2 CDs] (Confront)

A stellar line-up commemorateing the 50th anniversary of John Coltrane's passing, showcasing Paul Dunmall's blistering Coltrane-influenced quartet together with special guest, lifelong Coltrane devotee saxophonist Alan Skidmore, and also marking the premiere performance of the newly formed international trio of Julie Kjaer (DK), Mark Wastell (GB) and Stale Liavik Solberg (NOR). ... Click to View

Anthony Pateras : Collected Works Vol. II (2005-2018) (Immediata)

The second volume in composer and audio explorer Anthony Pateras' "Collected Works" series, a sturdy 5 CD box set assembling 26 collaborations and solo works that bridge experimental and contemporary compositional work investigating electro-acoustic orchestration, temporal hallucination and sound phenomena, a remarkably diverse and fascinating collection. ... Click to View

Biota: Fragment For Balance (Recommended Records)

From Mnemonist Orchestra to Biota, with 18 albums in total, the Colorado collective Biota presents its 11th album on ReR, taking 4 years to complete this genre-defying album of gorgeous abstraction through free improvisation and composition, absorbing styles and reflecting them in a filtered ray of melody & song using unusual instrumentation and arrangment; absolutely recommended ... Click to View

Jakob Ullmann : Femde Zeit Addendum 5 (Edition Rz)

Jakob Ullman's 5th solo work for piano is atypical for a piano performance, using electronic playback and requiring three assistants sustaining a soundscape to realize a concept of "gravity" that Ullman applies as laws in a conceptual soundscape modified by a series of abstract images, resulting in unexpected sonic environments, tones, timbres and momentum. ... Click to View

Turgut Ercetin (Ensemble Mosaik, Ensemble Apparat, Ensemble Adapter, Sonar Quartett): Panopticon Specularities (Edition Rz)

Istanbul composer Turgut Ercetin (Daad artists-in-Berlin 2016 award winner) completed his doctorate studies at Stanford University, developing works engaged with issues of sound as sonic entities dealing with time and space, here in a string quartet performed by Arditti Quartet, and a work for voice and live electronics performed by Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgar. ... Click to View

David Behrman: On the Other Ocean [VINYL] (Lovely Music)

In 1977 David Behrman programmed a Kim 1 microcomputer developed at Mills College to analyze the music performed by the duo of bassoonist Arthur Stidfole, flutist Maggi Payne; and then the solo work of cellist David Gibson; for each work, the Kim 1 following Behrman's instructions, becoming a virtual musician responding to and interacting with the playing of each setting. ... Click to View

Robert Ashley: Private Parts [VINYL] (Lovely Music)

A reissue of Robert Ashley's 1978 release "Private Parts", presenting an unvarnished exposition of the inner workings of a man's mind through narrative, read by Ashley over the piano & synth of "Blue" Gene Tyranny and tabla player Kris, as Ashley describes two lives in an abstract narrative of keen observation and inside jokes; baffling and spellbinding. ... Click to View

Jacob Wick: Feel [VINYL] (Thin Wrist)

The first vinyl solo release from Chicago/NY/Mexico City avant trumpeter Jacob Wick, whose work includes exploring the physical form of the trumpet itself as he uses extended techniques and circular breathing while he deconstructs the instrument during performance, creating unusual textures and timbres, here in two side-long profoudnly contemplative improvisations. ... Click to View

Phew / Oren Ambarchi / Jim O'Rourke: Patience Soup [VINYL] (Black Truffle)

Performing at Japan's Playhouse in the Kitakyushu Performing Arts Center in 2015, legendary Japanese underground vocalist Phew joins Oren Ambarchi on guitar and Jim O'Rourke on piano & synth for the two part "Patience Soup", Phew's extreme vocal technique and electronics a powerful foil to the rich sonic environments of frequent collaborators Ambarchi & O'Rourke. ... Click to View

Edith Steyer: Hoox And Add-ons (Creative Sources)

A reflection of the previous year's solo work from Berlin-based saxophonist and clarinetist Edith Steyer, a member of GEDOK, the Berliner Senat and Composers Orchestra Berlin, here using preparations and extended techniques to open new possibilities in improvisations, as she explored ethnomusicology, using repetitive figures influenced by tribal music. ... Click to View

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  • April 17, 2019: Squidco

    Record Store Day both thrilled and kicked our backsides this year, and though we only carried a handful of RSD Official Releases, the setup for and execution of our store-wide sale has kept us running until today. Thank you to all the customers who made the day so much fun and successful, and for the kind comments and feedback we received. As of this morning all orders are in the mail and we're busily restocking and getting ready for the next wave of releases.

    And what a wave! Yesterday we completed the cataloging for the latest FMR releases, and put in stock albums from Not Two, Treader, Lovely Music, Recollection GRM, Sub Rosa, Thin Wrist, Eremite, El Paraiso and Rune Grammofon. Next up are Anthony Pateras' Collected Works Volume 2 on Immediata, Jakob Ullamn on Edition Rz, The Coltrane Memorial on Confront, four new Another Timbre titles, Christina Kubisch on Fragment Factory, two new Winds Measure albums, Moe! Staiano's Surplus 1980 Collective Ensemble on BeCoq, and several releases on Arjuna Music. All of these are here already and in the process of being cataloged, so you should see them on our website soon! Listed further below are a few other titles ordered and on their way to us.

    Meanwhile, some meager words about a couple of amazing albums:

    Biota: Fragment For Balance (Recommended Records)

    From Mnemonist Orchestra to Biota, with 18 albums in total, the Colorado collective Biota presents its 11th album on ReR, taking 4 years to complete this genre-defying album of gorgeous abstraction through free improvisation and composition, absorbing styles and reflecting them in a filtered ray of melody & song through unusual instrumentation and arrangment; absolutely recommended.

    I've been listening to the Colorado collective Biota since their earliest albums on Recommended Records, starting with the 1987 album Bellowing Room. I worked my way back to their previous existence, Mnemonists, managing to find copies of Horde and Gyromancy on LP before their much later CD reissues. I liked Mnemonist albums for their approach to what I then thought of as "industrial" music, because there was a certain darkness with depth and a sense of lightness in what they did. The albums were accompanied by art prints, adding to the appeal, and generally I found them mysterious and interesting.

    Biota departed from Mnemonists in a much brighter sound, opening the upper range and accepting (gasp) melody in their music. I also appreciated that the music was extremely hard to pin down, taking unexpected abstract twists and turns in an hallucinatory manner; I would often find myself somewhere different that I expected to be, but generally enjoying my new location and wondering how I got there.

    I collected each album over the years, which is arguably up to 18 albums if you include Mnemonists, and turn to them frequently on a leisurely afternoon. As the band has evolved they have embraced song, vocalist Kristianne Gale first joining the collective in 2007 for the Half a True Day album. Songs do not dominate their albums, but add direction as they appear in the Biota stream, with the lilt of an Irish folk song that adds impression and image to the music.

    Songs like theirs are absolutely appropriate to the larger concept Biota embraces, as does the artwork always accompanying their albums. This album includes a 32 page full color booklet with artwork, credits and track listings. The artwork includes paintings, drawings, collages and photographs, most of them abstract and in keeping with the band's approach, varying bright colorful images with dark vaguely threatening ones, alongside impressionistic curiosities. It's a beautiful accompaniment to the music, though if I had any quibble it would be that the artwork from the earliest LPs were larger prints, and I wish that each page of the booklet was LP sized. It's a minor complaint, as I've found the images fascinating in the size presented, part of a profoundly interesting package of music, words and image.

    Like the label name: Recommended.

    Fictive Five, The (Ochs / Wooley / Filiano / Niggenkemper / Eisenstadt): Anything Is Possible (Clean Feed)

    A tour-de-force of modern creative jazz from the quintet of Larry Ochs on tenor & sopranino saxophones, Nate Wooley on trumpet, Ken Filiano on bass & effects, Pascal Niggenkemper on bass & effects, and Harris Eisenstadt on drums, the familiar history of the musicians and the staggering skill of each bearing out the album's title, in 2 collective and 3 Ochs compositions.

    Every now and then an album comes along that perfectly sums up my current interests in a certain genre or approach to music. There are plenty of albums that are great examples of a form, and that attach themselves to your ears, but they don't exemplify or stand apart from other albums in that vein. So it was with great excitement that I finished my first listening of second The Fictive Five album, Anything Is Possible, a grouping of Larry Ochs on tenor saxophone, sopranino saxophone, Nate Wooley on trumpet, Ken Filiano on bass & effects, Pascal Niggenkemper on bass & effects, and Harris Eisenstadt on drums, brought together by Rova leader, West Coast saxophonist Larry Ochs. The first album of this group was on the Tzadik label and was titled The Fictive Five — this album brings the group together in its own right.

    Och's orchestration brings together two bassist, both using effects, drums, trumpet, and sax. The dual basses seemingly replace the need for a chorded instrument like a piano, giving space for the two horns. All of the players have worked together in a variety of setting, including Wooley and Ochs from the first album under Ochs name; Wooley & Eisenstadt in the latter's Canada Day group, along with several other albums under each player's names; Niggencamp also a member of Canada Day and on Wooley's From Wolves To Whales album on Aerophonics; Wooley & Filiano members of Stephen Gauci Quartet and Evil Eye, along with Braxton's Trillium projects, and closely related, Taylor Ho Bynum's Enter the Pluset.

    Like the first album, titles are dedicated to film makers, a cinematic comparison coming forward (and paralleling some of the work Ken Vandermark has done with dedications to artists). The first, "Immediate Human Response (for Spike Lee)" starts the album with a lurching sax and drum interchange, oddly hesitant as the basses enter first plucking, then bowing, taken over by Wooley's technically impressive and extremely expressive solo, as effect and sax harmonics and percussion effects reduce Wooley to a mumble while the band explores a dark corner. The album continues in this way: full on excited playing and mysterious explorations, building up and bringing down wave after wave of superb free playing and experimental approaches.

    The first Fictive Five album from 2015 is a fine album of intense exchange, but it merely points to the direction of the second album, and in general is more tenuous sounding than the confident playing of the latest. One assumes that the energy of the latter album is based on Och's understanding of what the group is capable of, and further fueled by Och's curating Zorn's performance space, The Stone, the week of this recording. Whatever the reason, this rendering of the band is on fire, waking to the possibilities of their interplay, each feeding off the other to build to an intellectual frenzy. It's highly recommended as an exciting avant jazz album that summarizes the strengths of each player into something much greater than a fictional five; in fact, it's quite real and happening!

    Hat Hut

    Hat Hut Ezz-thetic series

    Squidco is excited to inform you that Hat Hut records will once again be run by Werner X. Uehlinger, and he will be releasing a new series called "ezz-thetics", with similarities to the previous hatOLOGY series. The first set of ezz-thetics releases will be available around the end of April, and Squidco will be distributing them in the US.

    Here's what's coming:

    Alex Hendriksen & Fabian Gisler: The Song Is You
    Hat Hut Ezz-Thetics (ezz-thetics 1003)

    Daniel Studer Extended (Studer / Loriot / Zimmerlin / Zoubek): For Strings & Piano
    Hat Hut Ezz-Thetics (eez-thetics 1007)

    Franz Koglmann Septet (Koglmann / Clark / Arcari / D'Agaro / Turkovic / Pasztor / Herbert): Fruits Of Solitude
    Hat Hut Ezz-Thetics (ezz-thetics 1005)

    Hildegard Kleeb / Roland Dahinden / Alexandre Babel: Lines
    Hat Hut Ezz-Thetics (ezz-thetics 1004)

    Jimmy Giuffre 3 (Giuffre / Bley / Swallow): Graz Live 1961
    Hat Hut Ezz-Thetics (ezz-thetics 1001)

    You can use our Upcoming Releases Page to ask us to email you when each album is available.

    Note from Hat Hut on their website

    "The cooperation with Outhere ended with the introductions of the hatOLOGY CDs 664 (Anthony Braxton), 721 (ROVA) and 2-722 (Misha Mengelberg) you can find on our website. I like to thank Outhere for the opportunity to produce within three years a total of 36 CDs.

    Hat Hut Records Ltd. established 1975, still owned by Werner X. Uehlinger restarts independently introducing the series "ezz-thetics" in honoring the exceptional LP of George Russell and the great soli of Eric Dolphy on it."-Werner X. Uehlinger

    Pending Swiss artists are: Hendriksen-Gisler, Daniel Studer, Judith Wegmann, Kimmig-Studer-Zimmerlin, von Orelli-Meier-Sisera-Suter, Haubensak-Korber & Ensemble Für Neue Musik Zürich.

    Here are a few other upcoming and pre-ordered items that we should be seeing in stock in the near future:

    Laurenzi, Dustin: Snaketime: The Music Of Moondog [VINYL] Astral Spirits

    Wick, Jacob / Phil Sudderberg: Combinatory Pleasures [CASSETTE] Astral Spirits

    Spires That In The Sunset Rise: House Ecstatic [CASSETTE] Astral Spirits

    Warnecke, Pierce / Louis Laurain: Phonotypic Plasticity Astral Spirits

    Rumback, Charles (w/ Jim Baker / James Singleton / Greg Ward): Cadillac Turns Astral Spirits

    Caloia, Nicolas / Yves Charuest / Karl Fousek : Maps To Hands Astral Spirits

    Schindler, Udo / Jaap Blonk: Hillside Talks Relative Pitch

    Christine Abdelnour & Chris Corsano: Quand Fond La Neige, Oů Va Le Blanc ? Relative Pitch

    Baczkowski/ Lopez/ Corsano: Old Smoke Relative Pitch

    Paul Flaherty: Focused & Bewildered Relative Pitch

    Eugene Chadbourne, Henry Kaiser: Wind Crystals: Guitar Duets By Wadada Leo Smith Relative Pitch

    Pavone, Jessica: In The Action Relative Pitch

    Reid, Tomeka / Filippo Monaco: The Mouser Relative Pitch

    Gregorio, Guillermo / Brandon Lopez: 12 Episodes Relative Pitch

    Bruce Ackley, Fred Frith, Henry Kaiser, Aram Shelton: Unexpected Twins Relative Pitch

    Last, a couple of updates from last week and this week:


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