What are you listening to?

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#2553

But no Minamo release since Documental in 2011…


#2554

been listening to this song a lot. hey @tehn, care to say a little about how you made this? i am really curious


#2555

I love Richter’s interpretation of this sonata, which is one of my favorite pieces for the piano! Somehow I got myself on a big Schubert kick in college and convinced my piano teacher to let me play the whole shebang as a 45-minute recital piece.


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#2557

ths one 2


#2558

Jim O’Rourke - Steamroom 40:

Jim O’Rourke - Simple Songs:

Hiroshi Yoshimura - Pier & Loft:


#2559

Fell in love with this thing>>


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#2561

Not to be missed live either :slight_smile:


#2562

whoa, that would be a real treat. where/when did you see them?


#2563

They played a weirdo fest here in Louisville last fall called Cropped Out. I’ve seen Tashi solo 3 or 4 times over the years, opened once. I like him solo a lot and wasn’t sure how the kookier duo stuff would go over, but it was amazing. I kind of regret not buying a record, but that sort of stuff always works live better than on record in my opinion.


#2564

Soon I’m off to bed with this coming out of my headphones


#2565

the new record Hundreds of Days by harpist/multi-instrumentalist Mary Lattimore is really beautiful! I feel the video accompanying this track from it is super cool and unique as well.


#2566

This has been on heavy rotation for me since it was released earlier this year.


#2567

Once again, returning (never gets old):

Also [sadly, it seems w/o reissue, nobody else has done this Philip Glass-on-acid thing quite in the same way]:

also, excited about the upcoming Aktuala reissues (entire 1970’s catalogue, on Bla Bla)




#2568

The new Sarah Davachi sounds gorgeous


#2569

this is one of the few recordings that i’ve listened to by Braxton… can’t really explain why I like it, but it’s sprawling, taking many shapes, with a balanced mix / interplay of horns, percussion, bass, and piano – all with similarly weighted presences. It moves / breathes, and goes places, without getting to cluttered. It’s certainly more engaging than an older recording (can’t recall the name) - fearuring Derek Bailey (guitar) and Anthony Braxton (on clarinet), blasting away… it’s super raw, with an unbridled energy, and minimal structure (compared to the Willisau quartet recordings)

A similar reference point might be Vade Mecum, by Bill Dixon. Fantastic album!


#2570

Cool. Hopefully, he/them will turn up here too soon :slight_smile: I’ll keep my eyes open.
That Both Will Escape LP is my first encounterl Any recommendations on other releases or live recordings ?

Listening to something completely different today::


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