Monthly Archives: May 2012

Jazz Times!

A great review from the venerable Jazz Times and Bill Milkowski- “From the droning, Terry Riley-inspired loops of “Sorrows of the Moon” to the exquisite music-box pointillism of “Two for Joy” and the free-jazz vehicle “Little Shadow,” nothing is predictable … Continue reading

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CHAIN D.L.K. review

Havlorson “duels” with Sroka “just like they were cool-headed gun fighters in some desert place of the glorious Far West” Bad-ass. http://www.chaindlk.com/reviews/?id=7044

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Something Else

Something Else Reviews did a “One Track Mind” review of “The Widening Gyre” from If Not Inertia. I like the way this sounds- “The song is a rising and receding ominous swirling mass of acoustic and computer-generated noises both tonal … Continue reading

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Why I Must Be Careful

A few nights ago I went to the Stone to hear fellow trombone pal Sam Kulik. Sam and drummer Shazad Ismaily did a loose set of improv and songs based on lyrics he had asked people on craigslist to send … Continue reading

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