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Third Coast Ensemble: Wrecks (RogueArt)

Merging France's Nautilis Ensemble with musicians from Chicago created this large improvising orchestra, here in a new suite composed by Rob Mazurek and dedicated to Great Lake Michigan and the devestation of thousands of shipwrecks over many centuries, using historical data, first hand accounts of shipwrecks off both shores, magical realism and steampunk aesthetics. ... Click to View


Made to Break: Trebuchet (Trost Records)

The eight release from Ken Vandermark's hard-hitting quartet with Austrian electronic improviser Christof Kurzmann, Netherlands bassist Jasper Stadhouders, and Chicago drummer and frequent Vandermark collaborator Tim Daisy, for 3 vigorous and extreme pieces dedicated to Shellac, Susan Sontag, and Kerry James Marshall; powerful, informed, essential. ... Click to View


Made to Break: Trebuchet [VINYL] (Trost Records)

The eight release from Ken Vandermark's hard-hitting quartet with Austrian electronic improviser Christof Kurzmann, Netherlands bassist Jasper Stadhouders, and Chicago drummer and frequent Vandermark collaborator Tim Daisy, for 3 vigorous and extreme pieces dedicated to Shellac, Susan Sontag, and Kerry James Marshall; powerful, informed, essential. ... Click to View


Boneshaker: Thinking Out Loud [VINYL] (Trost Records)

The third album from this international trio of powerful improvisers--Norwegian drummer/percussionist Paal Nilssen-Love, Chicago bassist Kent Kessler, and Chicago/NY saxophonist Mars William-- in four odysseys that take the listener from introspective playing to out and out blowing, using technique to serve their incredible dialog. ... Click to View


Kodian Trio: II [VINYL] (Trost Records)

The uniquely voiced free improvising Kodian Trio formed of saxophonist Colin Webster using aggressive techniques and unusual approaches to his horn, electric guitarist Dirk Serries (vidnaObmana) throwing spiky lines in forceful and unorthodox dialog, and in-demand UK drummer Andrew Lisle providing underpinning and punctuation, in six far-ranging and impressive tracks. ... Click to View


Becoming Animal (Massimo Pupillo / Gordon Sharp): A Distant Hand Lifted [VINYL] (Trost Records)

An album of dark atmospheric electroacoustic sound with voice and introductory narrative from Zu bassist Massimo Pupillo and Gordon Sharp of Cindytalk, the first meeting between the two, performed live at Cafe Oto for four pieces of rich sonics, emotional and hypnotic playing from two creative masters with a long history of powerful and passionate music. ... Click to View


Novaks Kapelle: Fartwind - Complete Discography (1967-1979) [2 CDs] (Trost Records)

Hard rocking Novaks Kapelle was an Austrian underground rock band, formed in 1967 by Erwin Novak, Walla Mauritz, Peter Travnicek and Helge Thor, with Paul Brown Steiner joining in 1970, and after a period of quiet, in 1978 jazz guitarist Harri Stojka joined the band; this double CD collects all known tracks, presenting a fascinating evolution of style. ... Click to View


Kan Mikami / John Edwards / Alex Nielson: Live at Cafe Oto [VINYL] (Otoroku)

More typically a solo performer, Japanese bluesman Kan Mikami has created a distinctive path for his voice, guitar and poetic lyrics; here he is propelled in an improvisational setting with two powerful UK players--John Edwards on bass and Alex Neilson on drums--captured live at London's Cafe Oto for a growling concert of finesse and brusque attitude. ... Click to View


William Parker : Conversations II Dialogues & Monologues [CD & BOOK] (RogueArt)

The 2nd volume in New York free improvising basist William Parker's "Conversations" series, more than 500 pages with 32 interview between William Parker and artists including Marshall Allen, Tim Berne, Wadada Leo Smith, Mark Dresser, Henry Grimes, &c &c, plus a CD excerpting those interviews and punctuated with duos between Parker and saxophonist Kidd Jordan. ... Click to View


Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. Feat. Pika: Astro Infinity Discotheque [VINYL 2 LPs] (Bam Balam Records)

A live album in 2016 from the mind-blowing and prolific Japanese psychedelic improvising rock band Acid Mothers Temple with Kawabata Makoto, Higashi Hiroshi, Mitsuru Tabata, Stoshima Nani, S T, and Pika, performing some of their well known works and starting with Gong's "Flying Teapot", all recorded at 15th Acid Mothers Temple Festival at Tokuzo (Nagoya). ... Click to View


Strycharski / Andriessen: Ghost (Bolt)

Polish composer and recorder player Dominik Strycharski wrote these pieces in response to a work for the recorder by composer Louis Andriessen that he dedicated to Frans Bruggen: "Melodie"; Strycharski response is "Harmonie", performed in a duo with pianist Sebastian Zawadzki to demonstrate the impracticability of harmony in its purest forms. ... Click to View


Vinny Golia Wind Quartet: Live At The Century City Playhouse (Dark Tree Records)

Dark Tree's Southern California archive series adds this phenomenal session from multi-woodwind player Vinny Golia's Wind Quartet with clarinetist John Carter, trombonist Glenn Ferris, and cornetist Bobby Bradford, recorded fairly early in their careers in 1979 live at Century City Playhouse in LA for two sets of exploratory, dexterous and astounding jazz. ... Click to View


Christian Kobi (solo and with Taku Sugimoto / Yoko Ikeda / Wakana Ikeda: Atta! (Monotype)

Four solo saxophone improvisations, two on tenor and two on soprano, using remarkable technique and concentration from Swiss improviser Christian Kobi performing live in Tokyo and Osaka in 2017, plus a live quartet improvisation with flutist Wakana Ikeda, violinist Yoko Ikeda, and guitarist Taku Sugimoto for an open-approached performance of detailed, minimal improv. ... Click to View


Natsuki Tamura / Alexander Frangenheim: Nax (Creative Sources)

An impressive, creative, startling meeting between Japanese trumpeter Natsuki Tamura and German double bassist Alexander Frangenheim, taking Tamura out of his more typical structured improv and Frangenhemin into more active and agressive styles than his Creative Sources output; a great album reminding just how fun and awe inspiring free improvised music can be. ... Click to View


Raphael Roginski : Populista Presents BOX [3 CDs + POSTER] (Bolt)

Raphael Roginski's Trilogy - 3 CDs in Bolt's Populista series: CD 1. "Raphael Roginski plays John Coltrane and Langston Hughes African mystic music"; CD 2. "Zywizna plays Zaswiec Niesiacku and other Kurpian songs"; CD 3. "Populista presents Raphael Roginski plays Henry Purcell featuring Olga Myslowska and Sebstian Witkowski"; in a slip box with a poster. ... Click to View


Polyorchard: Red October [CASSETTE w/DOWNLOAD] (Out and Gone Music)

Polyorchard founder and double bassist David Menestres leads the quartet of Jeb Bishop on trombone, Shawn Galvin on percussion, and Laurent Estoppey on saxophone, using skills drawn from both improvisation and compositional music to present six free dialogs showing intent listening amongst the four as they create complex, interweaving, sophisticated statements; impressive! ... Click to View


Polyorchard: Color Theory in Black and White (Not On Label)

Two trios, "Black" with cellist Chris Eubank and violist Dan Ruccia, and "White" with trombonist Jeb Bishop and saxophonist Laurent Estoppey, each with the foundation of bassist David Menestres, balancing experience in free improvisation and compositional music to create an exciting hybrid, a chamber collective of tumult and control. ... Click to View


Various Artists: Lao Dan / Rick Countryman / Colin Webster: Saxophone Anatomy (Armageddon Nova)

Saxophone solo improvisation omnibus by three free saxophonists from around the globe: Lao Dan from China recording in an underground bomb shelter in an agressive solo performance; US ex-pat Rick Countryman from the Philippines in a traditional yet extremely free jazz exposition; and London's Colin Webster on baritone sax for an exploration of extended techniques. ... Click to View


Aishi Oyauchi : Wrong Exit (Armageddon Nova )

Under-recorded but legendary Japanese free improvising saxophonist Aishi Oyauchi in a double CD, performing on alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, and piano through 52 untitled and inventive pieces, from a few seconds in length to several minutes, presented as 7 composite tracks; part of the Armageddon Nova Series exploring radical free improvisation. ... Click to View


Zywizna: Roginski, Raphael with Genowefa Lenarcik: plays Zaswiec Niesiacku and other Kurpian songs (Bolt)

Guitarist Raphael Roginski reinterprets the music of the Kurpi region of Poland, performed with vocalist Genowefa Lenarcik who was born in 1940 in the village of Krobia, part of the Kurpi region, and is the daughter of folk singing legend Stanislaw Brzozowy; together they bring out the rich heritage of this region, expanded by the natural sounds of the forests of Northeaster Poland. ... Click to View


subterrene: Are You Now Or Have You Ever Been (Bad Architect Records)

Rich sonic atmospheres from subterrene, aka Grant Stewart, a member of the 910 Noise collective, using slowly evolving and dovetailing drones that resonate and reveal shimmering beauty, deeply controlled and maintaining aural interest without any sense of impatience, maintaining a steady hand that reveals hidden harmonics amongst beautiful clouds of sound. ... Click to View


Alessandro Bosetti : Notebooks (Bolt)

Czech composer Leos Janacek was fascinated with speech melodies, writing them down in notebooks to use in his compositions; Italian composer Alessandro Bosetti has adapted these notes, using the words themselves to create a series of works that builds rhythmic structures in place of melody, injecting himself and other performers into Janacek's interest in the voice. ... Click to View


Raphael Roginski (feat. Olga Myslowska / Sebstian Witkowski): plays Henry Purcell (Bolt)

Polish guitarist Raphael Roginski presents works from baroque English composer Henry Purcell (1659-1695), considered one of the greatest English composers, performed on solo guitar and with accompaniment by Sebastian Witkowski on synth and Olga Myslowska on voice, a beautiful and languorous album that pays homage to the profound lasting qualities of Purcell's music. ... Click to View


Boguslaw Schaeffer : Travel Notes (Bolt)

Several compostions by Polish composer Boguslaw Schaeffer developed in the Polish Radio Experimental Studio from 1966-1978, including works for tape, electronic computer, voice, a quadraphonic generator, the SynLab synthesizer, composed using both graphic and notated scores, and realized with incredibly detailed layering and development of the material. ... Click to View


DJ Lenar: Drite Shtilkayt (Bolt)

Using recordings of Polish Jewish cantors with cello arrangements from Marek Czerniewicz, DJ Lenar (aka Marcin Lenarczyk) dedicates an album to the memory of Polish Jews by reimagining the recordings in subtle and sincere ways, reinforcing the powerful voices that guide the liturgical music of the Jewish faith, accompanied by a booklet of inspirational text. ... Click to View


Refusenik (Arturas Bumsteinas): Musikaliszer Pinkos (Bolt)

A collection of more than two hundred Hebrew religious chants compiled and published by cantor Abraham Berenstein in 1927 in Vilna, Poland (today Vilnius, Lithuania), re-composed by Arturas Bumsteinas using fragments of melodies found found in the Berenstein's book, with electronics recorded on the old Russian analogue synthezier Polyvox then mixed in EMS. ... Click to View


Trio 3 (Lake / Workman / Cyrille): Visiting Texture (Intakt)

This time around the long-standing trio of drummer Andrew Cyrille, bassist Reggie Workman, and saxophonist Oliver Lake doesn't add a 4th player to the group, instead focusing on the trio itself and their intuitive and implicitly lyrical approach to free jazz, in this 11th album recorded in the studio to feature their masterful collective playing as a group of equals where "music is the leader". ... Click to View


Thanos Chrysakis / Ernesto Rodrigues / Guilherme Rodrigues / Miguel Mira / Abdul Moimeme: Micrographia (Creative Sources)

Recording in Portugal, the quintet of Aural Terrains label leader Thanos Chrysakis on piano, Creative Sources label leader Ernesto Rodrigue on viola, son Guilherme Rodrigues on cello, Miguel Mira on double bass and Abdul Moimeme on electric guitar, three parts of microscopic collective electroacoustic improvisation of highly focused, detailed interplay. ... Click to View


VCA (Vilanova / Castrillon / Andean): Ceres (Creative Sources)

Electroacoustic improvisation from the trio of Marc Vilanova on saxophone, Sergio Castrillon on cello, and pianist James Andean also performing on objects and electronics, in nine collective improvisations of close-knit dialog balancing intense activity and silent space, building tension and releasing it in unexpected and wonderfully eccentric ways. ... Click to View


Edward Sol / Alpha Crucis: Excessive Weight [CASSETTE] (Banned Productions)

Ukrainian sound artist Edward Sol collaborated with Puerto Rican sound experimenter Jorge Castro (Cornucopia) via the post to create these two long works of harmonic drones from indecipherable sources creating slowly building chambers of rich noise that resonate and shift above deep underpinnings of cavernous bass. ... Click to View


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  • January 19, 2018:

    Fifteen years! I expect myself to write something profound here, casting an ear back on a monumental period of listening and learning. What you get is a reflection on concentrated and challenging work that has been rewarding, frustrating, surprising, and ultimately a worthwhile endeavor that continues to teach me and expand my ears, and hopefully yours.

    When I started Squidco in 2003 I thought that I had a good handle on the breadth of free improvisation and modern creative jazz, but what I discovered was that I was relatively clueless to the extent of experimentation, conceptualizing, reconceptualizing, and pure sound that was taking place around the globe. How I learned and grew in my listening was from artists, labels, and customers reaching out to me, informing me about music I'd never encountered or considered. Each piece of information became a link, a piece of a global puzzle that constantly reshaped itself in permutations of players. Those players toured, played festivals, themselves extending their domain and concepts, connecting to new players and discovering new possibilities. And recording those possibilities, turning those ideas into physical objects that express their wonder and determination in working with music and sound. Discovery has become the key for me: discovering new artists, new concepts, new approaches to previous ideas, new contexts for preceding sound.

    I know our customers share this pursuit, and it is because of them that Squidco has thrived and grown, and why I have continue to love what we do. I can now look back at the various "epics" of our business, from our humble start in New York City having a good idea for starting this business and very little idea of how to go about it. Our first customers are still amongst my favorites, people who understood our goal and were willing to take a chance on us. I honestly don't know why some of them did, we were unknown and our first website was disastrously uninformative and difficult to use. And yet customers came, and inspired us to work harder, to improve our website, to expand our catalog, to take chances and to become a useful partner in the creation and circulation of incredible music.

    With our magazine The Squid's Ear, I hope it was clear that we were interested in something more than just moving around merchandise. The Squid's Ear is still a proud achievement, an online magazine that I programmed in the earliest days of our business, which has now published thousands of articles and reviews, all from world-class reviewers who have been paid for their writing. Our writers write about what Squidco sells, but without editorial demands; they're free to comment honestly about what they like and don't like in a release, so that our customers have a more fair and honest impression of an album they may be considering.

    For me, over the last fifteen years the world of sound has become huge, wonderful, encompassing and ever-expanding. I am grateful that the business took on a life of its own and helped me to find our direction. I'm extremely grateful to the music that has informed me, frustrated me, enriched me, terrified me, made me think, soothed and excited me, and opened my ears to all possibilities. Improvised music in particular is about cooperation and understanding, opening ears and minds to ideas outside of one's comfortable sphere and expanding it to the globe. I am beyond grateful to be a part of that.


    A few updates from the last few weeks:

    January 18, 2018: New @ Squidco:
    Lopez/Nelson/Nicodemou/Cleaver -The Industry Of Entropy [CD] (Relative Pitch)
    Ben Hall's Racehorse Names (w/ Joe Morris) -The New Favorite Thing Called Breathing [CD] (Relative Pitch)
    Peter Blegvad -Go Figure [CD] (Recommended Records)
    Alexander Frangenheim/Nikolaus Neuser/Richard Scott -Trialectics [CD] (Creative Sources)
    Otopus (Rodrigues/Humm/Curado/Piosik/Hencleeday/Almeida/Santos/Godinho) -Vulgaris [CD] (Creative Sources)

    January 18, 2018: New Review @ The Squid's Ear: Billy Bang - Distinction Without a Difference (Corbett vs. Dempsey) by Paul Serralheiro.

    January 16, 2018: New @ Squidco:
    Third Coast Ensemble -Wrecks [CD] (RogueArt)
    Made to Break -Trebuchet [CD] (Trost Records)
    Made to Break -Trebuchet [VINYL] (Trost Records)
    Boneshaker -Thinking Out Loud [VINYL] (Trost Records)
    Kodian Trio -II [VINYL] (Trost Records)
    Becoming Animal (Massimo Pupillo/Gordon Sharp) -A Distant Hand Lifted [VINYL] (Trost Records)
    Novaks Kapelle -Fartwind - Complete Discography (1967-1979) [2 CDs] (Trost Records)
    Kan Mikami/John Edwards/Alex Nielson -Live at Cafe Oto [VINYL] (Otoroku)
    William Parker -Conversations II Dialogues & Monologues [CD & BOOK] (RogueArt)
    Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. Feat. Pika -Astro Infinity Discotheque [VINYL 2 LPs] (Bam Balam Records)
    Strycharski/Andriessen -Ghost [CD] (Bolt)

    January 16, 2018: New Review @ The Squid's Ear: John Butcher / John Edwards / Mark Sanders - Last Dream of the Morning (Relative Pitch) by John Eyles.


    And last, a list of what to expect (at a minimum) in the next couple of weeks:

    Miller / Martino / Nothover: The Dinner Party (FMR) Vladimir Miller-piano

    Pierpaolo Martino-double bass

    Adrian Northover-alto saxophone

    Kuhn, Peter Trio (Kuhn / Mtol / Hubbard): Intention (FMR) Peter Kuhn-clarinet, bass clarinet

    Kyle Motl-bass

    Nathan Hubbard-drums

    Kabas + Luis Vicente + Carlos Godinho: Negen / Live at SMUP (FMR) Luis Vincente-trumpet

    Jan Daelman-flute

    Thiis Troch-piano

    Nils Vermeulen-double bass

    Elias Devoldere-drums

    Carlos Godinho-percussion

    Szilard, Mezei Trio (Mezei / Malina / Csik): Cink (FMR) Szilard Mezei-viola

    Ervin Malina-double bass

    Istvan Csík-drums

    Rose / Kellers / Roder: New World (FMR) Simon Rose-baritone saxophone, alto saxophone

    Willi Kellers-drums

    Jan Roder-double bass

    Dunmall, Paul / Percy Pursglove / Tony Orrell: Nothing in Stone (FMR) Paul Dunmall-tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, soprano saxophone

    Percy Pursglove-bass, trumpet

    Tony Orrell-drums, percussion

    Delta Saxophone Quartet: Bowie, Berlin & Beyond (FMR) Peter Whyman-alto saxophone, clarinet

    Chris Caldwell-baritone saxophone, bass clarinet

    Graeme Blevins-sopranino saxophone, soprano saxophone, clarinet

    Tim Holmes-tenor saxophone, clarinet

    Dunmall / Schubert / Dessanay / Bashford: Sign Of The Times (FMR) Frank Paul Schubert-soprano saxophone, aliller / Martino / Nothover: The Dinner Party (FMR) Vladimir Miller-piano

    Pierpaolo Martino-double bass

    Adrian Northover-alto saxoph

    ne Kuhn, Peter Trio (Kuhn / Mtol / Hubbard): Intention (FMR) Peter Kuhn-clarinet, bass clarinet

    Kyle Motl-bass

    Nathan Hubbard-drums Kabas + Luis Vicente + Carlos Godinho: Negen

    / Live at SMUP (FMR) Luis Vincente-trumpet

    Jan Daelman-flute

    Thiis Troch-piano

    Nils Vermeulen-double bass

    Elias Devoldere-drums



    Kramer: The Brill Building, Book Two Featuring Bill Frisell



    Tandaapushi: JVTLandt



    Daniel Carter, Patrick Holmes, Matthew Putman, Hilliard Greene, Federico UghiTelepathic AlliancesLtd ed LP + digital: 577 MUsic

    Daniel Carter, William Parker, Federico UghiThe DreamLtd ed LP + digital: 577 MUsic

    Sabir Mateen (w/ Steve Swell, Matt Lavelle, Matthew Heyner, Michael Thompson)Prophecies Come To PassLtd ed LP + digital: 577 MUsic

    Daniel Carter and Federico UghiExtra RoomLtd ed LP + digital: 577 MUsic

    Daniel Carter, Demian Richardson, Matthew Putman, David Moss, Federico UghiThe Gowanus RecordingsLtd ed LP + digital: 577 MUsic

    Donald Sturge Anthony McKenzie IISilenced (duets w/ Nels Cline, Arnold Lee, Melvin Gibbs, David Hofstra, Vernon Reid, CX Kidtronik)Ltd ed cassette + digital: 577 MUsic

    Grant Calvin WestonImprov MessengerLtd ed CD + digital: 577 MUsic

    Federico UghiHeart TalkLtd ed cassette + digital: 577 MUsic

    Gabriele Meirano & Xu FengxiaNew Vintage sessionsLtd ed CD + digital: 577 MUsic

    Grant Calvin Weston & Lucas BrodeFlying KitesCD + digital: 577 MUsic

    Gabriele Meirano and Federico UghiCoordinate OrientaliCD + digital: 577 MUsic

    Federico Ughi (w/ Darius Jones, Eri Yamamoto, Ed Schuller)Songs For Four CitiesCD + digital: 577 MUsic





    Gard Nilssen's Acoustic Unity: Live In Europe [Vinyl 3 Lps + 3 Cds]: Clean Feed

    Tree Ear: Witches Butter [Vinyl]: Clean Feed

    Nick Millevoi's Desertion Trio With Jamie Saft: Midtown Tilt: Cleanfeed/Shhpuma

    Orquestra Del Tiempo Perdido: Stille: Cleanfeed/Shhpuma

    Michael Dessen Trio: Somewhere In The Upstream: Clean Feed

    The Heat Death (Moster / Kuchen / Aleklint / Hyouer, Andersen): The Glenn Miller Sessions [3 Cds]: Clean Feed

    Jon Rune Strom Quintet: Fragments: Clean Feed

    Susana Santos Silva: All The Rivers - Live At Panteao Nacional: Clean Feed

    Jonas Cambien & Adrian Myhr: Simiskina: Clean Feed

    Cortex: Avant-Garde Party Music [Vinyl]: Clean Feed

    Igor Lumpert & Innertextures (Ward / Tordini / Grohowski): Eleven: Clean Feed



    Henry Cow: VOL. 4 & 5: Trondhein (Recommended Records)


  • January 12, 2018:

    With much agonizing and consideration, our 2017 TOP LISTS are posted, including customer lists, Philz's list, and Carl Kruger's list.


    There's no denying that Squidco staff is taken by the guitar work of Raphael Roginski, whose Coltrane interpretations were a significant release of 2015 and left us wanting for more. More is what we got, two new albums, one of Roginski interpreting the music of baroque English composer Henry Purcell, in solo guitar and accompanied by voice. It's a beautiful homage, and a lovely record regardless of its source. Even more exciting is Zywizna album, the duo of Roginski and vocalist Genowefa Lenarcik performing music of the Kurpi region of Poland. Lenarcik was born in 1940 in the village of Krobia, part of the Kurpi region, and is daughter of folk singing legend Stanisław Brzozowy (1901-1983), whose voice recordings are up to this day listened to by traditional music reconstructionists, ethnomusicologists and researchers. Lenarcik voice is rich in timbre and powerful, and the songs carry a power to them even if the language is unfamiliar to the listener. Roginski's playing on electric guitar never overtakes the music, but provides a rich accompaniment to the voice. The music was recorded in the forests of Northeaster Poland, adding the sounds of nature, bringing us back to the communal roots of this music. Listening to the album is an experience.



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