Bliggidy Blam - formal i.

Honestly, to this day, I think this is one of my favorites. Bliggidy Blam was a weird project that happened during a time where I got into comic books and this quirky form that seemed to be present. The score…

Pink Baby Monster

What can I say? The amount of work this album took to put together was extraordinary and unlike anything I’ve ever done in my career. I’ve listened to it many times and think it’s strong. Mark Gould is remarkable –…

November Music 2003

Brassquintet and Percussion by Kim Bowman Meridian Arts Ensemble recorded at ‘De Toonzaal’ ‘s-Hertogenbosch, 14 November, 2003. Buma/Stemra Published By AMC Australia

Extension Ensemble - New York Presence

American Brass Quintet - American Visions

Tilt Brass - Debut at Bowery Poetry Club
Elliott Sharp - Radiolaria (zOaR)

Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on March 31, 2001 Andy Laster: alto; Brian McWhorter: trumpet; David Weinstein: sampler; Eric Shanfield: flugelhorn; Evan Spritzer: bass clarinet; Jim Pugliese: percus- sion; Julie Kalu: bass trombone; Luke Dubois: MAX/MSP programmer; Ned…

Ensemble Gergana
Metalofonico [8bells]

This collection of Brass Music represents the panacea of compositional innovation in Western Music. With the exception of Charles Ives, all of these composers are contemporaries. With the advent of new technologies and discovery of the past 100 years came…

The Sharp Things	- Here Come The Sharp Things

The New York band The Sharp Things employs a long list of instruments. Strings, wind, and brass contribute as much to their music as guitar, bass, and drums. Their debut album is Here Comes The Sharp Things. Chris Nickson reviews.