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Charles, Xavier / ƒric Normand : Avis Aux Reacteurs

Label: Inexhaustible Editions
Product Code: 27966
Catalog Code: ie-009
Country: Slovenia
 
Price: $15.95



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Recorded live at Silence Sounds in Guelph Canada, the duo of Xavier Charles on clarinet and Eric Normand on electric bass and objects eschew idiom in favor of their unique natural language on their instruments, applying patient development of truly idiosyncratic and fascinating command through a single extended work punctuated in seven diverse passages.


Pride, Mike: Listening Party

Label: Akord Records/Subkulturni Azil
Product Code: 20778
Catalog Code: ARCD 030 / FREE CD 054
Country: Slovenia
 
Price: $12.95



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The first solo album from Downtown NY drummer/multi-instrumentalist Mike Pride, 18 diverse and succinct pieces for percussion instruments, studio creations, glockenspiel etudes & drum set improvisations with rhythmically superb music and some strange bits of NYC humor.


Kurzmann, Christof & Irena Tomazin: Ljubljana - Wien

Label: L'innomable
Product Code: 18455
Catalog Code: LI-KT
Country: Slovenia
 
Price: $8.95



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Unusual electroacoustic improv from the duo of Christof Kurzmann on lloopp and Irena Tomazin on voice and dictaphone, recording at Radio Student and at Amann Studio in 2012 and 2013.


Butcher, John / Leonel Kaplan / Christof Kurzmann: Shortening Distance

Label: L'innomable
Product Code: 18454
Catalog Code: LI-BKK
Country: Slovenia
 
Price: $9.95



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The trio of John Butcher on saxophones (acoustic and feedback), Leonel Kaplan on trumpet and Christof Kurzmann on ppooll, performing live at the 2012 Ulrichsberg Kaleidophon Festival, a subtle yet rich dialog from 3 players who complement each other in surprising ways.