Most of us familiar with Jeph Jerman likely associate him with the scrapings and scratchings of found objects he used with great prolificacy over the last decade and half. More senior fans may be most familiar with his low fidelity field recording work in the 1980s and ’90s as Hands To. I for one, have […]
Today we’re listening to …until…, Perth guitarist Jameson Feakes‘ debut solo release on Tone List. Both the artist and the label are new to me and to Cut And Run, so I approached the music with something of a blank slate – a refreshing change from the (enjoyable) weight of familiarity and expectation of the last review of […]
[ 20 January , 2017; 21:00 to 23:00. ]
Quiet City is a series of deep-listening concerts in Vancouver, focused on live performances of experimental, electronic and improvised music in a comfortable and intimate setting. Established in January 2010, we are now entering our eighth year of programming.
The thirty-first edition of this series will be featuring performances by:
⊚ Brandon Nickell (San Francisco)
⊚ Cameron Shafii […]
A smattering of modern classical and composition dating from 1976 America on Max Schubel’s Opus One label.
The record opens with a version of Alice Shields’ excellent Wildcat Songs. Composed in 1966, it features piccolo and soprano, and while its vocal elements tend towards the operatic, think less Verdi and more Domenico Guaccero as an apt comparison […]
Or: “Why I Keep Buying Idea Fire Company Records”
As many of you are not aware, Idea Fire Company (IFCO) has a new record. Or so the story goes, as IFCO appears to be the most notoriously obscure band to make regular appearances across a host of experimental music media in the United States and abroad. It […]