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Tigon: Infinite Teeth [VINYL] Tigon:
Infinite Teeth [VINYL]

(New Atlantis -- USA )

Price: $13.95

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San Francisco's Tigon play a hard-edged form of rock, avoiding the cliches of hardcore through intelligent use of dissonance and channeled power, with a Fugazi-like vocal approach over super-heavy riffing and sound.

Russell / Lonberg-Holm Duo: Home Russell / Lonberg-Holm Duo:

(Peira -- USA )

Price: $4.00

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Two free improvisers - guitarist John Russell and cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm - meet for a deep exploration of their instrument's ability for tone and timbre in four challenging and rewarding recordings.

Jones, JC: Myelination <i>[Used Item]</i> Jones, JC:
Myelination [Used Item]

(Kadima -- Israel )

Price: $3.95

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Bassist J.C. Jones brings together science & music, enabling an evocative window into the illness MS by making the vibrations of myelin protein audible, over which Jones, Yoni Silver, Harold Rubin, Airel Shibolet, &c. improvise.

Gayle, Charles Trio: Look Up Gayle, Charles Trio:
Look Up

(ESP -- USA )

Price: $9.74

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A vigorous performance by Charles Gayle (saxophone, clarinet, voice), Michael Bisio (bass) and Michael Wimberly (drums) that was recorded live in 1994 and features lively gospel music.

Karl 2000 Karl 2000:

(K2K -- USA )

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The NY debut of the improvising trio of David Miller (drums), Daniel Rovin (sax) and Austin White (bass) playing a mix of traditional Russian Folk tunes with enthusiasm for Albert Ayler, originals compositions in the vein of Bad Plus, plus a David Cassidy cover.

Wooley, Nate & MIVOS Quartet: Atemwende Wooley, Nate & MIVOS Quartet:

(Ignoring Gravity Music -- Germany )

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A composition for string quartet and trumpet in 9 parts by German composer Bojan Vuletic, a work inspired by and dedicated to Paul Celan, performed with the MIVOS String Quartet & Nate Wooley, and premiered in NYC's Issue Project Room.