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Selling improvised, composed & unusual music from around the globe.

Recent Squidco & Squid's Ear Updates:

A Record Store Day Release, a split 7" with Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog (Ribot/Ismaily/Smith) one one side, and Deerfhoof with Marc Ribot on the other side.


The first ever split release between Sun City Girl's Bishop brothers (Alan and Richard) performing original material under their own names on this split LP with download card, a 2014 Record Store Day release.


J. Spaceman (Spiritualized and Spacemen 3) and Kid Millions (Oneida, Man Forever, People of the North) took a night off of their US tour with Spiritualized to perform an improvised set at (Le) Poisson Rouge, documented in this LP & 7" Record Store Day 2014 release.


Powerful duo playing from frequent collaborators, saxophonist Mats Gustafsson and drummer Paal Nilssen-Love (The Thing, Original Silence, Peter Brotzmann) in two extended studio improvisations of deeply emotional and technically incredible playing.


Powerful duo playing from frequent collaborators, saxophonist Mats Gustafsson and drummer Paal Nilssen-Love (The Thing, Original Silence, Peter Brotzmann) in three extended studio improvisations of deeply emotional and technically incredible playing.


A companion to the "Sin Gas" release by the duo of saxophonist Mats Gustafsson and drummer Paal Nilssen-Love in a limted double 7", one track per side with Nilssen-Love playing congas, and Gustafsson on slide and bass saxophones.


Australian/Polish double bassist Mike Majkowski, currently based in Berlin, in his 3rd solo release, a 45 RPM LP using tension and momentum alongside unusual techniques and intricated playing, showing concentration and physical power in 2 well-developed works.


The Chicago duo of Rob Mazurek and Chad Taylor on cornet, synth, electronics, bamboo flutes drums, mbira, guitar & balaphone, mixings bits of breakbeat and Afropop with jazz, ambient and electronica elements in unmistakable and compelling grooves.


The Chicago duo of Rob Mazurek and Chad Taylor on cornet, synth, electronics, bamboo flutes drums, mbira, guitar & balaphone, mixings bits of breakbeat and Afropop with jazz, ambient and electronica elements in unmistakable and compelling grooves.


A contrasting album of beauty and sonic exploration from Texas Native, NY bassist Tom Blancarte, fueled by quotes from Frank Herbert and Ran Prieur, an unusual and creative album using extended and imaginative techniques from one of NY's finest bassists.


Inspired by Nikola Tesla and Karlheinz Stockhausen's collection of text pieces, "From the Seven Days", tuba player Dan Peck's solo album is an intense collection of deep tones in bold minimalism, and in clatteringly frightful tuba interactions.


Using free improvisation and tuba lader Dan Peck's compositions, the trio of Peck, Tom Blancarte on double bass and Brian Osborne on percussion ranges from bleak landscapes to horrifying sound sculptures, revealing the most raw aspects of organized sound.


A series of vignettes inspired by and dedicated to the Saami people living at the top of Fenno-Scandinavian peninsula from Chandra Shukla (Xambuka), in absorbing beats and effects, synthetic sound sculptures and exotic sound.


The free improvising quartet of Jack Wright on alto and soprano sax with three electronic artists--Andrea Pensado, Stephanie Lak, and Walter Wright--recording in the studio in Philadelphia PA for two extended pieces of unusual character and dynamic.


The quartet of Ken Vandermark on saxes, Christof Kurzmann on electronics, Devin Hoff on bass and Tim Daisy on drums trace women's influence on contemporary art, especially music, painting and photography, through 3 incredible examples of modern jazz.


The quartet of Ken Vandermark on saxes, Christof Kurzmann on electronics, Devin Hoff on bass and Tim Daisy on drums trace women's influence on contemporary art, especially music, painting and photography, through 3 incredible examples of modern jazz.


Four of John Zorn's compositions for large ensembles performed by Arcana, a special hand-picked orchestra of New York virtuosos under the baton of Maestro David Fulmer


Cellist and composer Ha-Yang Kim draws influences from a range of western classical music, American experimentalism, rock, noise, improvised music, music from Bali, Korea and South Indian classical music, here in her 2nd Tzadik CD with JACK quartet peforming this 3 part work.


NYC composer Tobias Picker presents four powerful and original pieces of chamber music spanning four decades of creative activity (1976-2011), chamber masterworks by one of America's major compositional voices.


The first meetings of Jason Kahn (analog electronic) and Tim Olive (one-string magnetic pickup device) recording in a studio session in Kyoto, 2012 for four eventful and intricately structured works with a distinct developmental momentum.


Sound artist Lescalleet literally decomposes his analog tape sources where pre-recorded reels of tape were buried in soil and encouraged to corrode, then excavated, transferred, and edited to form an apparitional triptych of faded gesture and mood.


The quartet of Andreas Backer on voice, David Stackenas on guitars, Joe Williamson on bass, and Stale Liavik Solberg on drums & percussion, for open-minded, improvised chamber music focusing on interaction, textures, dynamic variations and timbre.


Three major compositions from Jean-Claude Risset's unique and innovative work that illustrates the close link sustained between the music and the research from this pioneering figure in the development of computer and technology-based music.


A solo album from Louisville, KY percussionist and composer Nick Hennies, including "Settle" for vibraphone (3 players) and "Expenditures" for vibraphone & ensemble; extended and immersive works of a hypnotic and psychoacoustic nature.


Morton Subotnicks landmark 1967 album, the first full-scale composition for electronic music written specifically for release as a phonographic album, created at the School of the Arts at New York University using Buchla's modular electronic music system.


The amazing combination of Ex guitarists Terrie Ex and Andy Moor with drummer Paal Nilssen-love and Chicago saxophonist Ken Vandermark in their 5th release, a live album from Italy showing the aggressive and exuberantly determined band in excellent form.


Portions of two nights of the long-running duo of saxophonist Ken Vandermark and drummer Paal Nilssen-Love live at the Dragon Club in Poland, 2011, ferocious and intense free playing, packaged in an oversize 2 LP cardboard case with a 7" record.


Reissuing Peter Brotzmann's first album from 1967 on his own BRO label (subsequently reissued by FMP in 1972) in a trio with German bassist Peter Kowald and drummer Sven Ake Johansson.


"Smell of Metal" & "Lopside" are from drummer Charles Hayward's 1990 Sub Rosa album "Skew-Whiff-A tribute to Mark Rothko", reissued in 2 EPs where the first 12" presents the original tracks, and the 2nd offering remixes of each track by Maxmillion Dunbar & JD Twitch.


Three Swiss improvisers - Hans Koch on bass clarinet, Alexandre Bable on percussion, and Gaudenz Badrutt on electronics - in an inventive and exceptionally well-balanced 7 part suite of tonal work, quick interplay, and extended techniques.

Squidco Weekly Special!
Trophies (Alessandro Bosetti / Tony Buck / Kenta Nagai)
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Label: Monotype
Product Code: 18344
Catalog Code: mono068
Country: Poland

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The third release from the trio of Alessandro Bosetti (voice, electronics), Tony Buck (drums) and Kenta Nagai (guitar) with help from trombonist Hilary Jeffrey and Els Vandeweyer on vibes.



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