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Radio ›› Saturday, April 25, 2015
Monk Work
Work (1962), 5m42s [excerpt]
Track 1 from Monk Work
CD: Ambiances Magnétiques Jazz (2014) AM 218
Évidence (Pierre Cartier, electric bass; Jean Derome, alto saxophone; Pierre Tanguay, drum set)

Blog ›› Saturday, April 25, 2015

  • April 21, 2015 ›› New Releases
  • Today…

    … is the birthday of Jérôme Noetinger (1966).

    April 25, 2015 ›› General
  • Current & Upcoming Events

    • Musique action 15 (May 4 to 25)
    April 25, 2015 ›› Live Events
  • The Squiggle Game in Vital

    “Although Alexander MacSween has been making music for thirty years, this is first release under his own name. He was a drummer for Jerry Jerry & The Sons Of Rhythm Orchestra, The Nils, Tinker, Blinker The Star, Pest 5000 and Bionic, but also ventured into improvisation with Sam Shalabi (as Detention) and he’s part of Martin Tetreault’s Turntable Quartet. Solo…”

    April 20, 2015 ›› Press
  • The Squiggle Game in Bad Alchemy

    “Beats’n’Bass? Beats’n’Guitar? Beides. MacSween gibt mit Rhythm Programming & Sampler und seinen Erfahrungen mit Bernard Falaise und Martin Tetreault den Ton an, Nicolas Caloia (Ratchet Orchestra) spielt Kontrabass & Korg, Corinne René klopft und streicht Marimba, Woodblocks, Tympani, Gongs, Cymbal etc., Sam Shalabi, MacSweens Duopartner in Detention und rundum einer von Montréals umtriebigsten Köpfen, etwa mit Shalabi Effect oder Land…”

    April 1, 2015 ›› Press
  • Monk Work in The WholeNote

    “The compositions of Thelonious Monk represent a unique body of work in the jazz canon, pieces that have been explored repeatedly by musicians from mainstream to avant-garde, many finding something new in Monk’s quirky puzzles of rhythm and harmony. Among the most dedicated advocates is the Quebec trio Évidence, consisting of electric bassist Pierre Cartier, saxophonist Jean Derome and drummer…”

    March 29, 2015 ›› Press