I have copies of the new Ken Vandermark/Tim Daisy duo LP “Light On The Wall” on Lawrence Family Records.
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I also have the new 10 cd Resonance box set on Not Two Records
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What's wrong with some energy?!
The Rempis Percussion Quartet will perform two shows in Chicago and one in Milwaukee as we prepare to record our fourth studio release!! Please come out and give us some love!!!
The Rempis Percussion Quartet: Dave Rempis: alto,tenor,bari sax Ingebrigt Haker- Flaten: bass Frank Rosaly: drums Tim Daisy: drums
Monday January 25th :: Elastic Arts 2830N Milwaukee Ave 9pm
Tuesday January 26th :: The Sugar Maple 441E Lincoln Ave Milwaukee WI 8pm
Wednesday January 27th :: The Hideout 1354W Wabansia Ave 10pm
Check out this weeks Chicago Reader Critic’s Choice:
Last year’s The Disappointment of Parsley (Not Two), recorded in April 2008, is the best document yet of the Rempis Percussion Quartet’s thrilling combination of fiery melodies, churning polyrhythms, and dynamic leaps between detail-rich quietude and full-on walls of sound. But bandleader Dave Rempis, who plays alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones, isn’t afraid to mess with success if it’ll keep the music evolving. Concerned that certain patterns were recurring too frequently in the combo’s improvisations, in spring 2009 he decided to replace its fulcrum, selflessly solid bassist Anton Hatwich. So far I’ve only heard new bassist Ingebrigt Haaker Flaten play with the RPQ in a video posted to Rempis’s Web site, where he’s so undermiked that it’s impossible to tell what he’s doing, even when drummers Tim Daisy and Frank Rosaly lay out. But based on years of seeing him and Rempis in other ensembles I’m willing to bet that his style—more aggressive than Hatwich’s—will make the mercurial relationship between the quartet’s one-man front line and its sizable rhythm section even more volatile. These gigs (they also play Monday at Elastic) are part of a brief tour, after which the RPQ will enter the studio to record their first album with Haaker Flaten. —Bill Meyer
On Tuesday January 19th, my trio Vox Arcana w/ Fred Lonberg-Holm and James Falzone will open for Australia’s great cult band The Necks! The show starts at 7pm. See you there! (more info below)
TUE JAN 19
1035N Western Ave
The Necks will also be performing a show at 10pm
Check out thier website: www.thenecks.com