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interviews

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Interview with Nate Wooley (Apr — Jul 2009)

I first heard trumpeter Nate Wooley a few years ago on Transit’s eponymous debut (Clean Feed, 2005). A pianoless quartet outside the range of what one usually expects from such instrumentation, Wooley’s language is clearly crucial in setting Transit apart from its peers. Alongside Peter Evans, Taylor Ho Bynum and Rob Mazurek, Wooley is one [...]

Eric La Casa/ Jean-Luc Guionnet/ Philip Samartzis — Soleil D’Artifice

For this, the first release on Swarming label, Eric La Casa, Philip Samartzis and Jean-Luc Guionnet recorded Soleil D’Artifice in 2007 to investigate all kinds of ends in improvisation and in experimental music. Their meeting was in the interest of the possibilities in sound mechanics, some areas previously known, and some bound to be [...]

Systems Realignment, with Jim Denley and Kim Myhr

The first in a series of release-oriented interviews, this chat with Kim Myhr and Jim Denley took place last month and focuses specifically on their either/OAR recording, Systems Realignment. Thanks to Dale Lloyd for putting us together.

AJ: Let’s talk about Systems Realignment, your recent release on either/OAR. It’s hardly what I’d call a [...]

Barry Guy in Vilnius, 2009

Barry Guy with Maxim Micheliov, following the concert in Lithuania.
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Barry Guy’s visit to Vilnius was a long awaited event, planned and discussed for months among us — music fans from the club “Thelonious”. The concert: Barry Guy & Mats Gustafsson together with Lithuanian musicians was carried out on January 11th, 2009 to celebrate a double [...]

Lee Patterson, Manchester, Dec 2008 - Feb 2009

Lee Patterson, Manchester, Dec 2008-Feb 2009
In recent years Lee Patterson has developed a growing reputation in the international arena as a sound artist and improvising musician. Using a number of distinct approaches, he has invented new roles for an accumulation of everyday objects and amplified devices, as well as original processes for live sound [...]

Gustafsson takes Lithuania, conditions met.

The following interview was conducted February 10, 2008, by Mr. Maxim Micheliov, a jazz enthusiast and archivist from Lithuania. The piece originally featured in the Russian jazz magazine, Jazz.ru, and the text was translated to English for publishing here in the US. The ever-candid Mats will soon enjoy a release on the new [...]

Gary Smith - June 2008

“The amplification and magnification of the sound that I produce is really just a natural extension of electric guitar. Developing the suitable technique and language, to produce the music one wants, is the real issue.”

Ted Gioia - January 2008

How did Jazz.com come about?
I am not sure of the entire history of the www.jazz.com domain. I imagine that it has changed hands a few times, but I am not aware that it has ever played much of a role in the jazz world. But I was intrigued when the current ownership of the domain [...]

Lucas Niggli - January 2004

SIMPLY IN THEIR WORDS (Installment Siete)

Interview conducted by Tom Sękowski
This is the seventh of a regular series of “simply in their words” - series interviews with some of the musicians from the improvised, jazz and new music genres that are making a real mark on the landscape. I don’t want to add any additional text [...]

Guy Klucevsek

SIMPLY IN THEIR WORDS (Installment Seis)

Interview conducted by Tom Sękowski
This is the sixth of a regular series of “simply in their words” series interviews with some of the musicians from the improvised, jazz and new music genres that are making a real mark on the landscape. I don’t want to add Any additional text to [...]

Fred Frith - October 2003

SIMPLY IN THEIR WORDS (Installment Cinco)

Interview conducted by Tom Sękowski
This is the fifth of a regular series of “simply in their words” series interviews with some of the musicians from the improvised, jazz and new music genres that are making a real mark on the landscape. I don’t want to add Any additional text to [...]

Frank Gratkowski - August 2003

SIMPLY IN THEIR WORDS (Installment Quatro)

Interview conducted by Tom Sękowski
This is the forth of a regular series of “simply in their words” series interviews with some of the musicians from the improvised, jazz and new music genres that are making a real mark on the landscape. I don’t want to add Any additional text to [...]

Matthew Shipp - April 2003

SIMPLY IN THEIR WORDS (Installment Tres)

Interview conducted by Tom Sękowski
This is the third of a regular series of “simply in their words” series interviews with some of the musicians from the improvised, jazz and new music genres that are making a real mark on the landscape. I don’t want to add Any additional text to [...]

John Butcher - March 2003

SIMPLY IN THEIR WORDS (Installment Dos)

Gerry Hemingway - January 2003

SIMPLY IN THEIR WORDS (Installment Uno)
GERRY HEMINGWAY

This is the first of what I hope will be a regular series of “simply in their words” series of interviews with some of the musicians from the improvised, jazz and new music genres that are making a real mark on the landscape. I don’t want to add [...]

Brian Whitman - July 2005

Some time ago, Joe Milazzo did a little piece on Eigenradio, a MIT music broadcasting project to which Bagatellen has long provided a link. After reading Joe’s profile, I checked out the site and was hooked immediately, spacing out to its mysteriously concocted, gnarly mish-mashes at least weekly. So, I was naturally very sorry when [...]

Samara Lubelski - January 2005

Songwriter-singer-multi-instrumentalist-improviser-engineer Samara Lubelski is not what anyone could call ‘pigeonholed’ in the climate of contemporary music. She has split her time between Germany, where she works with the psychedelic group Metabolismus, and her Lower East Side home base, playing and recording with a who’s who of the art-punk and freely-improvised folk scenes (Tower Recordings, Hall [...]

Simon Fell - Summer 2003 & Fall 2004

Simon Fell is extremely hard to pigeon-hole. Like many a contemporary “classical” composers, he’s written pieces for orchestra and chamber ensemble. But as a “jazz” bass player, he’s long been involved with leading improvisatory ensembles, like the London Improvisers Orchestra (of which he’s a founding member), and he’s played and recorded free jazz [...]

Zeena Parkins - September, 2003

Interview with Zeena Parkins
by Walter Horn
I’ve long enjoyed harpist Zeena Parkins’ work, both as an improviser and as a composer who can seamlessly (or with very cool seams) integrate free or structured improvs with through-composed elements. Some of her many recordings (she’s on nearly 100), including Isabelle, Pan-Acousticon, Mouth-Maul-Betrayer, and Ursa’s Door, are such [...]

Gary Lucas - January, 2000

Interview with Gary Lucas
by Walter Horn
Guitarist extraordinaire Gary Lucas has known Walter Horn since they were kids together in Syracuse, New York, back in the early 60s. They’ve collaborated occasionally too: both on film music (see Gary’s Skeleton at the Feast on the Enemy label for excerpts of a live performance of their soundtrack [...]