A radical trio of musicians approach Mike Pride's newest compositional strategies based on cellular movement, snowballing momentum and the most focused and concrete of improvisations.
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Catalog ID: 009
Squidco Product Code: 14215
Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve
Recorded on June 20th, 2005 at Air Space, Philadelphia.
Darius Jones-alto saxophone
Mike Pride-drums, voice
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1. I'm Not Afraid To Be A Man 15:43
2. Simply Frances 10:39
3. .11111233334 13:26
4. I'm Not Your Friend 1:50
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NY Downtown & Jazz/Improv
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"A radical trio of musicians approaching Mike Pride's newest compositional approach based on cellular movement, snowballing momentum and the most focused and concrete of improvisations. 3 compositions based on traumatic life experiences & social critiques, whose material is based on rythmic displacement, textural formatting & in your face noise/thrash/chanting musics- in that order. This is the beginning of Pride's "Statement Musics"."-Funhole Records
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Bassist Evan Lipson plays with experimental rock bands Psychotic Quartet, Satanized, Dynamite Club and Normal Love, and has performed with Jack Wright, Nate Wooley and Weasel Walter.-Squidco ()
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"Mike Pride: Percussionist • Composer • Vocalist • Visual Artist
Born and raised in Southern Maine, but based out of New York City since 2000, Mike Pride currently performs solo, leads modern-jazz quartet From Bacteria To Boys, the 7-drummer installation-band Drummer's Corpse, and the MDC piano trio I Hate Work. He also co-leads the ensembles Pulverize The Sound (w/ Peter Evans and Tim Dahl), and Period (w/ Charlie Looker and Chuck Bettis). Pride is renowned for his ability to excel in a wide range of genres and ensembles. He has worked with everyone from improvised music icon Anthony Braxton to punk legends Millions Of Dead Cops, toured extensively on four continents, appeared on more than 100 recordings, and is currently touring the world opening for comedian Amy Schumer with Jason Stein's Locksmith Isidore.
A short list of his collaborators includes Mick Barr, Tim Berne, Boredoms, Eugene Chadbourne, Nels Cline, Andrew D'Angelo, Trevor Dunn, Dynamite Club, Peter Evans, Charles Gayle, Milford Graves, Drew Gress, Mary Halvorson, Curtis Hasselbring, Nona Hendryx, Jon Irabagon, Brad Jones, Haino Keiji, Kirk Knuffke, George Lewis, Frank Lowe, Bill McHenry, Tony Malaby, Sam Mickens, Butch Morris, Joe Morris, William Parker, Marc Ribot, Matana Roberts, Herb Robertson, Jamie Saft, Sonny Simmons, Craig Wedren, Nate Wooley, Otomo Yoshihide and John Zorn.
Pride's versatility doesn't end with his eclectic résumé as a popular sideman and leader/co-leader of many active ensembles spanning the worlds of modern-jazz, avant-rock, noise and doom metal improv. He is also a busy educator and clinician, a soundtrack composer for TV shows, video games, podcasts, independent films, and websites, and an experienced and exhibited visual artist.
Mike proudly uses Yamaha Drums & hardware, Vic Firth striking implements, and Humes & Berg Cases."-Mike Pride Website (http://mikepride.com/about/)
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