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Andy Haas

Andy Haas has performed, documented and collaborated numerous musicians who have been at the guts of the innovative avant garde music appearing out of NYC from the ’90s, such as for example John Zorn, Fred Frith, Ikue Mori, Thurston Moore, Marc Ribot, and much more. Haas was a genuine person …

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Frank London

Trumpeter (and sometimes keyboardist) Frank London continues to be saving jazz and contemporary Jewish music because the mid-80s. He provides performed with a multitude of music artists including John Zorn, Mel Torme, LaMonte Youthful, Gal Costa, LL Great J, David Byrne, THEY COULD BE Giants and Palestinian violinist Simon Shaheen. …

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Total Shutdown

The crazed experimental rock of San Francisco’s Total Shutdown first saw the light of trip to a gig on Feb 14, 2000. Vocalist Bob Linder, bassist Nate Denver, guitarist Paul Costuros, drummer Phillipe Nguyen, and saxophonist Matt Hartman all play a number of devices besides their primary ones and, separately, …

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Patrick Higgins

Patrick Higgins is a fresh York City-based experimental music composer and multi-instrumentalist. Motivated similarly by downtown N.Con.C. minimalism aswell simply because the cassette underground, his single guitar functions make extended usage of repetition, phasing, and various other experimental methods. He in addition has composed numerous functions for string quartets and …

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Padma Newsome

Australian indigenous Padma Newsome can be an avant-leaning arranger/composer and multi-instrumentalist (violin, viola, and vocals) and a founding person in the experimental chamber ensemble the Clogs. Originally having examined music on the School of Adelaide in Australia, Newsome also gained many master’s level levels from Yale School while he was …

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Jim Pugliese

Created in Newark, NJ, in 1952, percussionist Jim Pugliese was influenced by R&B even though growing up. Later on, he analyzed percussion with Raymond Des Roches, and performed songs with composers John Cage, Philip Cup (including a ’90s overall performance on PBS’ Classes at Western 54th Road), and Carlos Chavez, …

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Neil Cowley Trio

Delivered in London in 1972, Neil Cowley was raised playing piano young, winning a scholarship or grant towards the Royal Academy of Music and executing classical parts at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall at age just ten. Inspired not merely by classical music artists, but also with a diverse assortment of …

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Dead Capo

Deceased Capo is among the most first Spanish rings, treading a no-man’s property between jazz, rock and roll, and listener-friendly avant-garde while defying easy categorization. Produced in Madrid in 1999, Deceased Capo surfaced from Insecto’s break up. Since then, associates Javier Díez-Ena (dual bass), Javíer Advertisementán (electric guitar), and Javier …

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Chris Brown

Chris Dark brown began his music profession being a classical pianist, but became increasingly influenced by American experimental and improvised music. These affects, combined with research of Indonesian, Indian, and Cuban musics, led Dark brown further into free of charge jazz. Because the past due ’70s, Brown continues to be …

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Led Bib

United kingdom avant-garde jazz ensemble Led Bib certainly are a progressive, stylistically different group touching in from swinging post-bop to skronky free of charge jazz and a wholesome dosage of neo-prog and noise rock and roll. Shaped in 2003 by drummer/composer Tag Holub (using the band’s initial gig in Feb …

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