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  • Sexmob to take on Fellini, Nino Rota at the Mint tonight

    Sexmob to take on Fellini, Nino Rota at the Mint tonight
    This post has been updated. See below for details. When Steven Bernstein's Sexmob last rolled through town, the Iraq war hadn't started and the Knitting Factory was one of the most promising rooms in Hollywood. Times, to say the least, have changed,...
  • Taylor Ho Bynum Premieres His Prince Project at Real Art Ways in Hartford

    Taylor Ho Bynum Premieres His Prince Project at Real Art Ways in Hartford
    Taylor Ho Bynum Ensemble: The Prince Project World Premiere Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m., $10-$15, Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford, (860) 232-1006, realartways.org   Franz Liszt did it. So did Gustav Mahler, the Rolling Stones, John Lennon, Anthony...
  • SXSW 2013: Rhye, Iron and Wine's Sam Beam turn it down

    SXSW 2013: Rhye, Iron and Wine's Sam Beam turn it down
    AUSTIN, Texas -- At South by Southwest, most musicians don't get the luxury of privacy during soundchecks. Preparing for their set early Thursday afternoon at a Pitchfork showcase, the members of L.A.'s Rhye tuned up their instruments in full view of...
  • Jazz drummers vary the beat

    Jazz drummers vary the beat
    In jazz, this is the era of the drummer. On a scene largely defined by the proliferation of creatively ambitious trap set experts, every year seems to bring a new crop of gifted rhythmic explorers. While steeped in jazz history, many of these musicians...
  • Peter Apfelbaum's jazz odyssey

     
    Peter Apfelbaum is connected to to a mind-bogglingly far-flung array of musicians and ensembles otherwise connected only by a promiscuous disregard for genre conventions....
  • In rotation: Matthew Herbert's 'One Pig'

     
    Conceptual albums, like pigs, come in many sizes. A lot of the former have been bloated by prog-rock pretense, the latter by factory farming and intentional overfeeding. On “One Pig,” British electronic composer and sound sculptor Matthew...
  • Jazz review: Endangered Blood at the Blue Whale

     
    Led by saxophonist Chris Speed and the manic excursions of drummer Jim Black, Endangered Blood nods toward jazz's past while taking it into a rambunctious future....
  • In Rotation: Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra, "MTO Plays Sly"

     
    A brassily unconventional big band led by slide-trumpeter Steven Bernstein gives the music of Sly Stone a raucous, jazz-infused update....
  • Culture Watch: Jeff Gauthier Goatette, 'Open Source'

     
    Aided by longtime collaborators Nels and Alex Cline, violinist and composer Jeff Gauthier offers a mix of raw improvisation and lush compositional verve....
  • Culture Watch: The Claudia Quintet +1, 'What Is the Beautiful?'

     
    Led by drummer-composer John Hollenbeck, the New York City group recasts the poetry of Kenneth Patchen with the help of Theo Bleckmann and Kurt Elling....
  • In rotation: Fabian Almazan Trio's 'Personalities'

     
    The 27-year-old pianist's debut album offers an inviting portrait of his influences that include nods toward classic Cuban sounds and forward-thinking electronics....
  • Album review: Allison Miller's 'Boom Tic Boom'

     
    Jazz is historically a male-dominated field, and the list of famous female jazz drummers isn’t a terribly long one. But with the rowdily named “Boom Tic Boom,” Allison Miller stakes a claim to being one of the most promising drummers......