For the rest of the summer and into the autumn we're running label sales in alphabetic order. Each week we'll offer a sale from one or more of our core labels actively releasing new titles. The sales will be in alphabetic order and will feature one of more labels in a given alphabet set. Each will offer the same discounts: buy any title from the labels listed, take 20% off its title; buy 3 or more titles from the labels listed and take 30% off those titles. It's a great opportunity to check out a label you're unfamiliar with or fill in gaps in you collection.
This week through Wednesday, September 2nd, we're offering discounts on the following labels: Fataka, Flying Note, FMR, Incus, Improvised Music From Japan, Innocent Records, IntangibleCat, Innova, and Intransitive Recordings.Click Here to See ABC Sale items
Sale ends Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 at 23:59 EST. In stock items only (items will disappear from the store when sold out). Discount applied at checkout time. Sale items are not eligible for Squidco Reward Points.
As part of our ABC Sale, Hat Hut is letting us reduce the price of all pre-2015 single CD titles with the following discount:
But hurry, this sale ends Wednesday, September 2nd at midnight!
Customer must buy 3 single Hat Hut CDs to receive discount. Discount is calculated at checkout time. Sale items do not earn Squidco Reward Points. Orders must be placed through our shopping cart. Sale ends Sunday, September 2nd, 2015 at 23:59 EST.
Perpetual Frontier The Properties of Free Music [BOOK]
Joe Morris wrote this book to discuss aspects of free music, including responses to his questionnaire written by Joe McPhee, William Parker, Jamie Saft, Ken Vandermark, Marilyn Crispell, Nate Wooley, Jack Wright, Matthew Shipp, &c.
Stills And Stories
German pianist and Euro Free Jazz stalwart Georg Graewe in his first solo release in more than a decade, a remarkable set of succinct compositions balancing astonishing technical skills with beautifully expressive playing, presented in several series of "stills" and "stories".
IST: New York (Davies / Fell / Wastell / Zorn)
Featuring John Zorn
Acoustic string improvising trio IST was invited by Derek Bailey in 2001 for his Company event at Tonic in NYC, here in the entire and intense concert they performed that night, including a 2nd set pairing with John Zorn, pushing the band into amazing and unexpected territory.
The 5th studio album from the trio of Tatsuya Yoshida (Ruins alone / Koenji Hyakkei), Kido Natsuki (Bondage Fruit / Salle Gavoux), Nasunomitsuru (Altered states / Umbeltipo), avant-progressive instrumental rock, melodic and complex rock performed at breakneck speed.
Headfirst Into The Flames: Live In Europe
Last Exit's 1989 limited edition release on MuWorks is considered by many fans to be their finest hour, and ironically, their least available work. Until now!
Schlippenbach / Parker / Edwards / Prevost
3 Nights at Cafe Oto
Presenting 3 CDs, a DVD, and a solid 80-page book of images and text, capturing 3 nights at Cafe Oto from the trio of Evan Parker (tenor sax), John Edwards (double bass), and Eddie Prevost (drums), joined one night by Alexander v. Schlippenbach, and another night by Christof Thewes.
Contest of (More) Pleasures, The (Dorner / Pallandre / Butcher / Sassi / Charles)
The forward-thinking trio The Contest of Pleasure of Axel Dorner on trumpet, John Butcher on saxophone and Xavier Charles on clarinet, is extended with (More) from Laurent Sassi and Jean-Leon Pallandre on phonographies, mixing and microphones, performing live in Ulrichsberg.
Evan Parker / Joe Morris / Nate Wooley
The extraordinary trio of three masterful players from different generations who have broken with convention while playing within free forms--Evan Parker on sax; Joe Morris on guitar; and Nate Wooley on trumpet--performing live at Firehouse 12 in Connecticut, 2014.
Halvorson / Radding / Wooley
Free improvisation from a trio of New Yorkers working in abstract territory but maintaining the pieces in compact works that are succint and spontaneously focused.
Ensemble Fur Neue Musik Zurich
(Hat [now] ART)
The Ensemble Fur Neue Musik Zurich perform the works of modern women composers: Katharina Rosenberger; Ada Gentile; Carmen Maria Carneci; Liza Lim; and Noriko Hisada.
New Sights, Old Sounds [2 CDs]
A much-needed reissue of Derek Bailey's 1978 2-CD Japanese release on the Morgue label, the first disc a series of studio improvisations and the second presenting two live performances in Nagoya and Kalavinka.
Tower-Bridge [2 CDs]
Guitarist Marc Ducret completes his "Tower" series with a 12-piece ensemble including all musicians from the 4 Tower volumes, including Tim Berne, Tom Rainey, Matthias Mahler, &c. in 2 CDs of two concerts from their 2012 tour; innovative and astoundingly great modern jazz.
Anthony Braxton / Quartet
(Santa Cruz) 1993 1st Set [REPRESS]
Reissuing and remastering saxophonist Anthony Braxton's stellar release documenting his 1993 live performance with Marilyn Crispell on piano, Mark Dresser on bass, and Gerry Hemingway on percussion & marimba, demanding collective improvisation from masterful players.
Satoko Fujii Tobira
Yamiyo Ni Karasu
Pianist Satoko Fujii's Tobira ("door") expands the original trio configuration of Todd Nicholson on bass and Takashi Itani on drums, with trumpeter/husband Natsuki Tamura, playing inventive free improvisation with sophistication in melodic heads and superb soloing.
Common Objects: Butcher / Davies / Davies / Patterson
Whitewashed with Lines [2 CDs]
A double CD featuring two extended live performances by the electroacoustic quartet of John Butcher (sax), Angharad Davies (violin), Rhodri Davies (harps) & Lee Patterson (amplifed devices), one an improv from Durham in 2013, the other a graphic score from Newcastle, 2014.
/ Moholo-Moholo Gjerstad / Stephens / Lonberg-Holm
Frode Gjerstad adds to his impressive catalogue on FMR with a terrific quartet album which includes regular fellow compatriots British Bassist Nik Stevens, with Norwegian cellist Fred Lunberg Holm and wonderful South African drummer Louis Moholo Moholo.
Roots Magic (Popolla / Defabriths / Tedeschi / Spera / Ventiucci)
An Italian quartet playing rootsy jazz and blues compositions from John Carter, Charley Patton, Julius Hemphill, Phil Cohran, Sun Ra, Blind Willie Johnson, Olu Dara, alongside and a few originals; gutsy, informed, spell-binding Hoodoo from the delta blues to outer space.
Daniel Levin Quartet
Cellist Daniel Levin Quartet leads his quartet with Nate Wooley on trumpet, Matt Moran on vibes, and Torbjorn Zetterberg on bass, in open-minded modern compositions that blend jazz, chamber, and experimental improvisation of reserved and riveting character.
September, Canada Day IV
Drummer Harris Eisenstadt continues his excellent NY quintet with Nate Wooley, Matt Bauder, Chris Dingman, and new bassist Pascal Niggenkemper, through 7 original compositions of lyrical modern jazz that leaves room for open-ended and extraordinary soloing.
Soft Lights And Sweet Music
Michael Moore, Ernst Reijseger and Han Bennink's excellent Clusone 3 trio in a reissue of their 1993 album playing mostly Irving Berlin compositions.
For Bunita Marcus
(Hat [now] ART)
Feldman's 1985 solo piano composition for Feldman's pupil and long-time associate, from a 1990 digital recording remastered for this new edition.
Marc Copland Trio
Reissue of pianist Copland in a trio with bassist Drew Gress and drummer Jochen Rueckert performing ballads including pieces by Coltrane, Waldron, Porter and Sting.
Anthony Braxton Trio & Quintet
Town Hall (Trio & Quintet) 1972
Braxton's 1972 Town Hall, NY concert with the great lineup of Dave Holland, Philip Wilson, John Stubblefield, Jeanne Lee, and Barry Altschul, an early example of his numbered compositions
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