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HAINO, KEIJI & JOHN BUTCHER-Light Never Bright Enough HAINO, KEIJI & JOHN BUTCHER Light Never Bright Enough
Keiji Haino, from the Japanese avant-garde, John Butcher has expanded the vocabulary of the saxophone far beyond the conventions of jazz and other musics. This is a documentation of their first UK meeting, recorded live at Cafe Oto in July 2016. Haino's blues drenched guitar entices skittering notes from Butcher's sax playing, as numerous sonic clues unravel over the course of this session.
CD 15,00 €
HAINO, KEIJI & SUMAC-American Dollar Bill HAINO, KEIJI & SUMAC American Dollar Bill
Keiji Haino has made a career out of his free-form musical improvisations and diverse collaborations. Whether deconstructing American blues, sparring with the nebulous fringes of psychedelia in Fushitsusha, or teaming up with musicians like Faust, Boris, Jim O?€?Rourke, Stephen O?€?Malley, John Zorn and Peter Brötzmann. SUMAC, is the trio of Aaron Turner (ISIS, Old Man Gloom, Mamiffer), Nick Yacyshyn (Baptists, Erosion), and Brian Cook (Russian Circles). For these recordings Keiji Haino and SUMAC met up in Tokyo to track a series of unrehearsed sessions. Throughout the course of its hour-plus length, American Dollar Bill pushes and pulls at the strictures of metal and bends the stylistic formalities of improvised music.
CD 15,00 €
HANGING STARS-Songs For Somewhere Else HANGING STARS Songs For Somewhere Else
2nd album by London-based psych-folk outfit, fronted by songwriter, singer and guitarist Richard Olson (The See See, Eighteenth Day of May). Blending folky, pastoralism with jangly, Byrds-esque 60s Americana, they sound like the missing link between the California desert sun and the grey skies of London Town.
CD 17,00 €
HOLLOW EARTH-Out Of Atlantis HOLLOW EARTH Out Of Atlantis
Influences from 1969-1972-era Deep Purple are combined with some Canterbury styled moves.
CD 14,00 €
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