Free jazz is challenging, violent, political, spiritual, joyous, peaceful, and a million other things. It's about shattering forms in order to find a new world of sound somewhere further outside. And once this new world is found, it's time to go looking for a newer one.
When, as a college student, ... More >>
Peter GannushkinClarinetist and composer Jeremiah Cymerman cuts and cuts and cuts a maddening line between free improv and musique concrète, creating glitched-out landscapes from recycled performances. His second album for Tzadik, Fire Sign (out August 30), is like a night at the Stone remix ... More >>