The second CD from Justine, a group of all women composers, arrangers, instrumentalists, and singers who are an offshoot of Wondeur Brass and who create music of dissonance and organized chaos.
A continuation of Wondeur Brass, Justine is comprised of all women composers, arrangers, instrumentalists, and singers who create music of dissonance and organized chaos.
The debut album of percussionist Michel F Cote's band Klaxon Gueule with Bernard Falaise on electric guitar and clavier, Alexandre Saint-Onge on bass and electronics, and Christopher Cauley on saxophones.
Michel F. Cote, Bernard Falaise, and Alexandre St-Onge on their second CD as Klaxon Gueule, but now as an electroacoustic chamber ensemble instead of a power trio.
A unique brass band with music that is a hybrid of European and American influences tinted with jazz, funk, and swing that is a cross between circus music and a antimilitary marching band.
A six-piece brass ensemble formed in 1993 with a varied style of playing with pieces composed and arranged by trombonist Claude Saint-Jean.
A balance between composition and improvisation is sought in this album by The Ensemble Pierre Labbe that is a also a fusion of avant-garde jazz and classical music.
Diane Labrosse is on sampler with Martin Tetreault on turntables in this abstract release of electronic improvisation.
Using improvisation, interactive listening and radical exploration, electronic artists Diane Labrosse and Michel F. Cote play with constructing and deconstructing 11 pieces.
Using a minimal mixture of electronic and sound material, Ikue Mori, Martin Tetreault, and Diane Labrosse collage raw noises and spatial elements into elaborate sound clusters.
Diane Labrosse's first solo CD on Ambiances Magnetiques is a collection of digital samples of various objects undergoing mysterious electronic treatments.
Duo improvisations on pieces composed by clarinetist Pierre Langevin and percussionist Pierre Tanguay, using unusual instruments such as bagpipes, jaw-harps, accordions, etc.
Fourteen short, improvised pieces from the duo of Joelle Leandre (double bass, voice) and Gianni Lenoci (piano, objects) that follow an aesthetic somewhere between jazz and contemporary music.
A mixture of composition and improvisation ranging from earnest to farcical in this early recording from Robert M Lepage (clarinet, sax) and Rene Lussier (guitar).
Composer Robert Marcel Lepage arranges a film score for a full-length film by Bernard Emond that is fascinating and enchanting.
Original music by Robert Marcel Lepage for the film "Full Blast", with help from Fred Fortin, Olivier Langevin, Jean-François Lemieux, Martin Tétreault, Marie-Jo Thério, etc..
"The Tempo Machine" is a work written by Robert Marcel Lepage for the ensemble La Nef which explores three music-time paradoxes: passing time, running time, and slipping time.
Clarinetist Robert Marcel Lepage takes the listener on a trip around the world aboard his clarinet with the help of twenty other musicians.
Limited edition of 250, cassette-only release from 1990 from this important Quebecois composer and player.
Pianist Marilyn Lerner in a compilation of improvisations created by setting up different microphones in various configurations to highlight different sound qualities of the piano.
The duo of Jean Derome and Rene Lussier on their third album of composition and improvisation that was recorded live with no overdubs.
Ten new songs from Genevieve Letarte on her second CD that is full of compelling melodies and are accompanied by electric and acoustic guitar, bass, drums and trumpet.
Eighteen songs by the dynamic quartet Locomotive, led by composer and guitarist Andre Duchesne, that are intelligent, melodic, and energetic.
The guitar and drum duo of Rene Lussier and Pierre Tanguay in the first recording from their project "La vie qui bat", an excellent recording of improvisation.
The duo of Rene Lussier (guitar, daxophone) and Martin Tetreault (synthesizer, electronics, drum machine) find inspiriation from the old school of musique concrete in this excellent release.
Continuing where La vie qui bat: Chevre left off, this is the second installment of the project from the duo of Pierre Tanguay and Rene Lussier where they take a journey though human nature.
Rene Lussier on solo electric guitar in fourteen improvisational pieces that were not overdubbed or processed post-recording.