[Ed. Note: In Please Enjoy Responsibly, columnist Raymond Cummings tracks down the best noise music of the month, while keeping an eye out for the best of recent months and saluting noise triumphs of yesteryear.] The buzz of the fan, the mumble of the air conditioner, the numbing hum of central air ... More >>
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These are the best jazz shows in NYC in September. Orrin Evans Pianist Orrin Evans of Philadelphia recently co-founded the artist collective Likemind, and for six nights at Jazz Standard (Sept. 3-8) he'll give a good idea of its breadth and purpose. He opens with Tarbaby, a quartet featuring renown ... More >>
Tombstones, a collection of songs guitarist and composer Michael Pisaro describes as "an indeterminate, experimental piece for voice," has been a work-in-progress for the past six years. Nine of the 20 songs by the CalArts professor and leading figure of the Wandelweiser Group (an international grou ... More >>
Eve Belgarian performs at The Stone tonight. While reading composer Martin Bresnick's long-but-fascinating personal essay last week, I came across the name of an artist whom I'd never heard of previously. Looking up that obscure name (Eric Stokes) on Amazon and ArchivMusic yielded a couple of ... More >>
American influences advance on the European continent
Merce Cunningham at Lincoln Center, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane at Jacobs Pillow
Composing in the Air