What Avant-garde music or Free Improvisation Are You Currently Listening To?

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Minimalist music:
AMM ‎- Before Driving To The Chapel We Took Coffee With Rick And Jennifer Reed
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwedqfNijGI

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My favorite AMM, like a lost radio signal from the 1950s being broadcast from Antartica, or perhaps from Newfoundland.
SAMPLE: http://allmusicworld.net/music/newfoundland/e696693

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AMM
Laminal

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AMM
Laminal

Love all the instantly recognizable Keith Rowe cover art!

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Track 1:  Glen Feshie (20:12)

Personnel:
Alexander von Schlippenbach, piano
Evan Parker, tenor and soprano saxophones
Peter Kowald, bass
Paul Lovens, percussion
(rec. 9/10/75 @ Sendesaal Radio Bremen, Bremen Germany)


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Impressive soundtrack, relaxing and epic most enjoyable orchestral music>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAPrA3tUz2E

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Impressive soundtrack, relaxing and epic most enjoyable orchestral music>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAPrA3tUz2E

Sorry, I don't see what this has to do with the thread topic??

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Sorry, I don't see what this has to do with the thread topic??
Sorry for it dont feel enough avantgarde, smooth or modern at your ears, maybe too british.

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Ikue Mori

One Hundred Aspects of the Moon

First time I saw her was in 1979 with DNA. I much prefer this direction.

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The Sealed Knot: Surface/Plane
Burkhard Beins: percussion
Rhodri Davies: harp, preparations
Mark Wastell: violoncello, preparations
(rec. Sept. 27-28th, 2001)


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Butcher/Lehn/Tilbury: Exta
John Butcher / saxophones
Thomas Lehn / synthesizers
John Tilbury / piano
(Recorded by Rick Campion at City University Music Studios on 25 June 2012.)

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Just a heads-up ... Free Wire magazines ...

For anyone in CONUS interested in the recent avant-garde, I have a couple of years of older WIRE magazines that I’m giving away on the Karma Circle. I’ll post that this evening.

This from this afternoon:




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Rabbit Run
Keith Rowe: tabletop guitar, electronics
Thomas Lehn: analogue synthesizer
Marcus Schmickler: digital synth, computer, edit, mix
(rec. June 19th-20th 2002 at Piethopraxis, Cologne)


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Larry Fast - Synergy: Computer Experiments Vol.1 - 1981
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e_503KioHI

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Listening to King Crimson's Starless Box right now and the show in Volkshaus, Zurich.

"The Law of Maximum Distress" is quite an interesting 13 minute improv that morphs into what became known as "The Mincer" then derails into something else as the band realizes the tape ran out. It then concludes almost exactly as it began. Really something. Here is the tail end of it from an audience source:
https://youtu.be/jxIvMK77-_U

It took a while for the idea to catch on that if musicians were up and flying, burning, spraying, they weren't going to watch a clock telling them it was time to stop for a reel change. So, bound by the Law of Maximum Distress, reels are more likely to run-out in a feeble take than a hummer. But they will run out.
~Fripp



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Olaf Rupp, guitar!!

Here with drummer Rudi Fischerlehner

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4z_pFiKH1RQ

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i treni inertiura
Ruth Barberán trumpet
Matt Davis trumpet
Alfredo Costa Monteiro accordion

Total Time 56:18 © 2003

Recorded on July 2002 at Estudi 84, Barcelona



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