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Monday
Nov012010

Hi-Fi

Came across this video a few months ago. A great visual representation of cool jazz.

Hi-Fi from bante on Vimeo.

Sunday
Oct242010

New York Composers' Orchestra on 10.25.10

New York Composers' Orchestra from The Veronoff Report on Vimeo.

We saw this 15-people assembly celebrating its 25th anniversary at The University of the Streets  and it was a real treat.

Robin Holcomb (piano, conductor)

The NYCO is:  Marty Ehrlich (reeds), Doug Wieselman (reeds), Briggan Krauss (alto sax), Douglas Yates (reeds), Andy Laster (bari sax), Riley Mulherkar (trumpet), Zubin Hensler (trumpet), Ron Horton (trumpet), Chris Stover(trombone), Andy Clausen (trombone), Mark Taylor (french horn), Robin Holcomb (piano, conductor),Wayne Horvitz (piano, conductor), Lindsey Horner (bass), and Bobby Previte (drums).

Friday
Oct152010

Kruder & Dorfmeister 10.12.10

And we DID go!

Check out this little cellphone-photo journal we set up for ya. Video coming soon.

Thursday
Oct072010

To Go or Not To Go. That is the question.

Here are two shows coming to a theater near you (if you live in NYC):

 Price: $41.50 

(Not so glad about the venue though. Oh well.)

Here is a nice K&D video.

 

 

 

Massive Attack - Thievery Corporation
October 21, 2010 — October 22, 2010

at Beacon Theatre
Price: $49.50 -$89.50  

Photo from brooklynvegan.com

 

 

 

 

Wednesday
Oct062010

NEU!

Just discovered this band from around 1972, so excited about it! Not very well known, nevertheless this duo played with kraftwerk and sound like it could have influenced bands like Brian EnostereolabDavid Bowie, Air, Télépopmusik.

They use sounds in a repetitive yet interesting way that's minimalist and hypnotic and really (yes, it sounds cheesy) takes you to another world.

Check out this interview with Michael Rother, the guitar player in this duo, and go here for music, vinyl box and other sweet stuff.