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lll人 (Daichi Yoshikawa / Paul Abbott / Seymour Wright): Gjerhan (Otoroku)

The trio of Daichi Yoshikawa (feedback), Paul Abbott (drums) and Seymour Wright (sax) in two 20 minute excerpts from two separate performances at Cafe OTO in 2013, bare exuberant and exhilarating free improvisation on the cutting edge.
 

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Limited edition of 500 LPs. 180g vinyl. 5 colour (!!!) printed inner and outer sleeves. The main image above is taken from the inner sleeve.

UPC: B00MGS217E

Label: Otoroku
Catalog ID: ROKU 011LP
Squidco Product Code: 19432

Format: LP
Condition: New
Released: 2014
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: LP
Recorded at Cafe OTO on August 28th, 2013 (Fukushima) by Stuart Bannister, and on December 7th 2013 (Intersect) by Kate Arnold.


Personnel:

Seymour Wright-alto saxophone

Paul Abbott-drums

Daichi Yoshikawa-electronics

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track listing:


SIDE A



1. Intersect

SIDE B



1. Fukushima




Related Categories of Interest:


Vinyl Recordings
Improvised Music
Free Improvisation
London & UK Free Improvisation Scene
Trio Recordings

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descriptions, reviews, &c.

"This recording includes two bare twentyminute excerpts from separate performances at Cafe OTO.

From subterranea, sweat, haze and dedication emerging out of intimate and intense weekly meetings begun in 2009 - their first, 2012 public performance, squeezed into a London basement was a sheer, vexed and exhilarating smack of organic, heterodyning ideas, and taut, lowbeating lumps.

Reemerge/revanish.

With the economy of familiar/traditional raw tools feedback, drumkit, altosaxophone, time, space and emotion lll人 move from molten musical pasts to grow future pleasures in sound.

The ingredients are familiar, but the listening is not.

At its heart is a still, undecorated concentration fuelling an extreme testing of limbs, language and order. This has no concern with collapsing difference into a vogueish flattened mass froth, but searches - forensically, ceaselessly - for something to chew, in the challenge of discretion and integrity or asylum in the body of its instruments.

Akilsakilan learning, Doughnut.

Finding, twisting and hammering out an expanding musical universe balanced only by its own logics - lll人 have few obvious comparisons. Their performances are consistent radical negotiations of the emotional, physical and social energies of the environments they sound out.

Perfectly Reasonable.

The second side was recorded at a summer fundraiser concert for Project Fukushima (This followed a solo performance by Evan Parker who later joined the group for a quartet) and the first as part of the inaugural INTERSECT festival four months later."-Otoroku


Limited edition of 500 LPs. 180g vinyl. 5 colour (!!!) printed inner and outer sleeves. The main image above is taken from the inner sleeve.

Artist Biographies:

"Seymour Wright - saxophonist, investigator, artist - lives in London. His practice is about the saxophone - music, history and technique ­- actual and potential; an on-going, rigorous and exhaustive exploration of the instrument. The energy of this learning is applied to various collaborations and contexts to access/share what he has called the 'awkward wealth of investigation'. His work is documented on two widely acclaimed self-released collections Seymour Wright of Derby (2008) and Seymour Writes Back (2015). As well as STEPS, his current collaborations include lll人 (with Daichi Yoshikawa and Paul Abbott), GUO (with Daniel Blumberg) and XT (with Paul Abbott)."

-Cafe Oto (https://www.cafeoto.co.uk/artists/seymour-wright/)
10/11/2017

"Paul Abbott is an artist and musician based in London, working through questions and feelings connecting music, language and politics: using drums, performance, writing, and publishing. He is currently one of the Sound and Music "Embedded" resident artists at Cafe Oto and a co-editor of Cesura//Acceso journal.

His current collaborations include XT (with Seymour Wright), lll人 (with Daichi Yoshikawa and Seymour Wright) and ULAPAARC (with Cara Tolmie). A series of solo performances in Cafe OTO's project space are documented here. Recent releases include qno, Vagus, Pah', and vjerhanxsk."

-Cafe Oto (https://www.cafeoto.co.uk/events/paul-abbott-cara-tolmie-will-holder-seymour-wright/)
10/11/2017

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